The Postal Service’s lease on the Como Station post office in Minneapolis is coming to an end, and the office is closing on November 13. There's been a post office in that building since 1970. The Postal Service says its move from the neighborhood is “temporary” and all post office boxes at that location will move to the Roseville Branch. News that the post office might close hit the neighborhood a year ago, when the building went on the market. It's not clear if the Postal Service has gone through a formal relocation process, or if it is closing the post office as an emergency suspension.