Berkeley post office: Judge asks USPS to rescind documents

By Judith Scherr – March 27, 2015 SAN FRANCISCO — The fight to save the historic downtown Berkeley post office has moved from raucous rallies on the post office steps to the hushed 19th-floor courtroom of United States District Court Judge William Alsup. On Thursday morning, the judge considered a motion by the United States…

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Ralph Nader visits Berkeley, urges support of historic post office

(July 29, 2014) The movement to preserve Downtown Berkeley‚Äôs historic post office has garnered national attention, bolstered by a visit from politician and activist Ralph Nader to the post office Tuesday. Following an announcement in April last year, the U.S. Postal Service is moving forward with plans to sell the building that houses the downtown…

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Ralph Nader to Speak at Berkeley Post Office July 29

Press Release Friday July 25, 2014 Ralph Nader will speak on the front steps of the Berkeley Main Post Office, 2000 Allston Way, on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 2:30pm about the fate of the United States Postal Service, privatization and the importance of our public commons. Berkeley advocates have been concerned that selling off…

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