In June, the Postal Service temporarily closed the post office in Plant City, Florida, for an emergency suspension due to deterioration in the basement, discovered on a routine inspection. Now the Postal Service is doing a discontinuance review to close the post office permanently. The post office was built in 1935, and it has problems like a leaky roof and mold in the basement. The Postal Service doesn't want to spend $1.4 million to repair it, so it's going to sell the historic property instead. Read more.