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Closures, Consolidations, Suspensions: Stories, Analysis, Opinion
Life-threatening mold closes historic post office in Richmond, CA
Napa frustrated by meeting with USPS to discuss future of historic post office
Under lock and key: The New Deal post office art of Palm Beach County
Erasing History at the USPS: When U.S. Post Office Tries to Sell Off Historic New Deal Sites, Scholars and Communities Protest
Montreal Mayor jackhammers community mailbox
USPS decides not to demolish historic Napa post office, will sell instead
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Good Reading on Postal Privatization
Also: Sarah Ryan's "Understanding Postal Privatization: Corporations, Unions, and the "Public Interest"
Reading All About It—Post Office Returns to Kansas Town After Four Years
The relationship of USPS lease costs and lessor location
OIG recommends halt to Phase II Network Rationalization until USPS service performance improves
Get it while you can: The PRC to rule on exigent rate case - How long will the surcharge go on?
The true cost for restoring service standards and why the Postal Service can afford it
$1 billion to restore USPS service standards? Did the CBO get it wrong?
Next round in the exigent case: USPS seeks five-year extension of surcharge; the mailers say enough is enough
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