WRRV: Hudson Valley residents are reeling after the recent announcement of an upcoming United States Postal Service (USPS) “consolidation”. The decision, which affects 15 local post office locations, will change the way mail is sorted and delivered.
The decision isn’t limited to New York. Post offices from all across the country are facing similar restructures, causing many affected citizens to call for the removal of the Post Master General Louis DeJoy. Here’s what the changes mean for the Hudson Valley….
While all local post office buildings may not close permanently, a mail carrier in Beacon seemed to confirm not only the September 2023 conversion, but a closing date for the office as well. “We are scheduled to move to Newburgh in September. The office is scheduled to close in April of 2024”, they shared.