posted on November 01, 2012 12:59
The United States Postal Service has struggled for years with lower revenue as snail mail has been replaced with electronic mail.
USPS is considering reducing the retail counter hours at three area post offices, or even closing or relocating them altogether in an effort to save money.
Pavilion, Piffard, and Mumford Post Offices are under review and public meetings with the postal service are scheduled in each community next week.
The postal service says it will base their decision on the responses gathered through a customer survey sent to people with Pavilion, Piffard and Mumford addresses. Additional surveys are available at the post office.