Bed-Stuy Post Office Is ‘Proof God Hates You,’ Residents Say

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Bed-Stuy, NY Patch: The most hated place in Bed-Stuy (the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY) may be the Brevoort Station Post Office, whose “Soup Nazi” employees have been refusing to deliver packages and sometimes scaring customers for more than 30 years. As one Yelp reviewer put it, “There IS a God and he HATES you because THIS is your post office!” … Read More

Local Businesses, Newspaper Delivery Suffering From Post Office Closing in Cadiz, Ohio

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Harrison News Herald: All across Cadiz, Ohio, businesses and residents are feeling the sting of the post office closing.  (The post office was closed by emergency suspension on Sept. 1, due to structural deficiencies in the building, which is owned by the USPS.) After speaking with enough people one gets the impression that residents are ready to make their own … Read More

Push to save – and rename – Richmond post office continues

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Richmond Standard: The U.S. Postal Service’s recent announcement that it will sell the historic Main Post Office building at 1025 Nevin Ave in Richmond, Calif. has not slowed Congressman Mark DeSaulnier’s attempt to rename the 1938-built structure after a former Richmond postmaster. “Mark will continue to push for the passage of the renaming legislation in tandem with his efforts to … Read More

Meeting scheduled on USPS plans to “relocate” and sell historic Lihue, Hawaii post office

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  TheGardenIsland.com: United States Postal Service representatives will return to Kauai on Oct. 11 to bring the community up to speed on the potential relocation of the Lihue post office. The meeting is set for 5 p.m. at War Memorial Convention Hall, and USPS real estate specialist Greg Shelton will be there to answer questions. The Rice Street post office’s … Read More

Billions Served: Foot Traffic at the Post Office, an OIG report

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The USPS Office of Inspector General has just issued a white paper on retail foot traffic at the more than 30,000 USPS-run post offices.  The report shows that Americans visited post offices some 2.7 billion times in FY 2016 — about triple the Postal Service’s official figure for customer visits, which refers to transactions only. This has some important implications … Read More

USPS Service Alerts for Hurricane Irma

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USPS Service Alerts: Hurricane Irma has left destruction across the Caribbean. The Category 5 hurricane is one of the strongest Atlantic storms ever recorded. It continues to track toward South Florida, where it could make landfall this weekend. Many residents have evacuated ahead of the dangerous winds and storm surge associated with this hurricane. USPS operations have been impacted. Check “Service … Read More