Napa frustrated by meeting with USPS to discuss future of historic post office


Approximately 50 people attended a meeting Wednesday night hoping to hear about the future of the earthquake-damaged Franklin Station post office building in Napa, California.  The Postal Service wanted to discuss the relocation of postal services to a new facility, but residents wanted to talk about the preservation of the building.  The Postal Service would not provide any details about the damage, repair or renovation assessments.Doing so could “inappropriately influence bidding by potential purchasers,” said a letter from Tom Samra, vice president of facilities at the USPS.  Read more.