Postal Service releases plan to preserve Post Offices in rural America | The Rock River Times

Postal customers across the country want to keep rural Post Offices open. The Postal Service developed a solution to do that by modifying retail window hours while still achieving cost savings.

Here's the plan. Access to the lobby and P.O. boxes remains the same, and a community retains its ZIP Code. The hours the office is open depend on the level of activity. The plan enables the Postal Service to achieve over a half-a-billion dollars in annual cost savings in an effort to regain a stronger financial footing...

READ THE STORY: http://rockrivertimes.com/2012/06/13/postal-service-releases-plan-to-preserve-post-offices-in-rural-america/

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