nonpareilonline.com: Postal Service officials confirmed late Friday afternoon that the former Sears building at the Mall of the Bluffs has been selected as the new site for the Council Bluffs, Iowa, Post Office. The selection of the Mall of the Bluffs site follows a community meeting and review of all public feedback, according to a Postal Service release. “Because of … Read More
Ste. Genevieve Herald: Representatives of the U.S. Postal Service requested a place on the agenda for the city of St, Mary Board of Aldermen meeting on Thursday, August 10, to discuss plans for relocating the post office in St, Mary, Missouri. The Postal Service sent notification to city officials as well as public notices. The meeting is set for 6 … Read More
The Postal Regulatory Commission has dismissed an appeal to stop the relocation of the downtown post office in Grand Island, Nebraska. In an order issued on June 15, 2017, the Commission explains that “the Postal Service’s actions regarding the Grand Island MPO constitute a relocation of postal services, over which the Commission has no appellate jurisdiction.” The relocation has been … Read More
Mahwah, NJ Patch: The Postal Service is planning to relocate its downtown East Ramapo Avenue location in Mahwah, New Jersey, to its other township facility at 46 Industrial Avenue — a move that township officials would rather not have occur. The East Ramapo Avenue retail location is a about 8,200 square feet, which the USPS has leased since 1966, Post Office … Read More
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