Start Uspo closing consolidating locations

Uspo closing consolidating locations

May 14, 2012 – Following intense Congressional pressure from the Arizona delegation, the City of Tucson, and other Senate and House members, USPS announced they would extend the moratorium scheduled to end on May 15, 2013.

Unless otherwise provided by responsible personnel, the rules under § 241.3 as in effect prior to July 14, 2011, shall apply to discontinuance actions for which initial feasibility studies have been initiated prior to July 14, 2011.

(The full list is posted on the Postal Regulatory Commission's web site -- it appears to be getting hammered by traffic right now.) The USPS is facing a $7 billion loss this year.

After the jump, a list of the local post offices on the list.

Senator Feinstein and her husband, Richard Blum, stand to make a fortune. As of May 2013, it held more than 15 million shares worth an estimated $3 billion.

will be making a 6% commission on the sale of each and every one of these postal properties. taxpayers’ dollars, and they are allowed free and clear by the U. Would you sell your house just because you couldn’t afford to pay the electric bill? It is true that Richard Blum has a financial relationship with the real estate firm contracted to sell United States Postal Service properties.

At the end of FY2012, the USPS had 34,784 retail postal facilities—1,281 fewer than it had in FY2008. Congress also requires the USPS to provide the public with access to retail postal services (e.g., sales of postage, parcel acceptance, etc.).

At the time of the publication of this report, three bills in the 113th Congress carry provisions that address post offices and the public’s access to retail postal services, including H. Both federal law and the USPS’s rules prescribe a post office closure process, which takes at least 120 days.

Sixty days after it has made a closure decision, the USPS may shut down a post office. Postal Service (USPS) announced initiatives to close post offices.