The Postal Service has been trying to sell the historic post office in downtown Norwich, Connecticut, but it's been having trouble finding a buyer. Nonetheless, there will be a meeting today to discuss the relocation, a meeting required by law.
As with Berkeley, the Bronx, and many other cases, the Postal Service is going through a relocation process without having found the new location. There's talk of setting up something in the library. As always, the Postal Service has issued a statement blaming the closure on electronic diversion, even though it's telling the PRC that the financial losses are due to the recession. Read more. (There's a report about what happened at the meeting here.)