USPS to Announce Closure of Mail Processing Facilities
Washington, DC - We should learn today what U.S. mail processing facilities will be closed.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service plans to step up patrols at hundreds of mail processing facilities in anticipation of potentially adverse reactions by workers as they learn whether their facility is slated to close.
Postal officials planned last night to begin informing employees at 252 of the 487 mail processing centers whether their site is slated to close after a moratorium on closures ends in mid-May.
It was unclear from USPS and postal union officials whether workers would be told what potential closures or consolidations would mean for their jobs, or whether that information would come later.
One of those mail processing facilities is located in Gainesville on SW 34th.
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