NJ.com: The Richwood, NJ, post office will move to a new location following word that the lease at its current site will not be renewed, according to the U.S. Postal Service. The USPS will hold a public meeting on the relocation plan on Thursday, April 6, at 6 p.m. at Richwood United Methodist Church, 111 Richwood Road. Read more.
Houston Chronicle: After years of uncertainty, five neighborhood post offices in Houston have been given reprieves from closure but one station in west Houston’s Energy Corridor remains under review. The news, revealed by the U.S. Postal Service this week, received a mixed reaction from Memorial Super Neighborhood President Greg Sergesketter, whose communities south of Katy Freeway stand to still lose … Read More
thechronicleonline.com: The U. S. Postal Service building in Scappoose is officially Oregon’s newest entry to the National Register of Historic Places. A consulting firm in Portland nominated the 48-year-old building to the registry as an example of the Modern style of architecture. The building belongs to the federal government. The Scappoose Post Office opened in February of 1966. In contrast … Read More
Politico: The government agency serving as a landlord for the Trump hotel that sits on federal property in downtown Washington has approved an arrangement where President Donald Trump will maintain a financial interest in the project but agree not to receive any profits or other funds while he serves as president. The General Services Administration concluded that Trump’s pledge not … Read More
Democrat Gazette: The old post office on the downtown square in Bentonville, Arkansas, may be demolished. The building currently serves as the Benton County Courthouse Annex, and local officials are working on plans for a new courts building. A Rogers man with an interest in Northwest Arkansas history staged a one-man demonstration Thursday aiming to bring attention to the old Post Office building and … Read More
WFMJ: People using a post office on the North Side of Youngstown, Ohio, may have to go elsewhere if the United States Postal Service has its way. Postal officials have notified the city that they want to relocate services offered at the current branch at 1716 Guadalupe Avenue. A letter from U.S. Postal Service Real Estate Specialist David Wolff to Youngstown Mayor … Read More
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