Discontinuances discontinued: Where have all the closures gone?
July 30, 2012No Comments
The Postal Service may be taking a new line on downsizing its retail network. Instead of big plans and long lists of potential closures, the Postal Service is apparently adopting a more incremental approach.
After years of talk about closing thousands of post offices — after all the announcements of new initiatives, after all the town meetings, advisory opinions, appeals, and everything else — the Postal Service has managed to close about eight hundred post offices since 2008, most of them last year.
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