JAMAICA BEACH, Texas — Post office customers will have to buy their stamps at a new place today — in a van parked behind city hall — because contract postmaster Quinton Biggs said he no longer can afford to subsidize his deal with the U.S. Postal Service.
He closed his in-store sales unit for good at noon Saturday after losing “about $50,000″ on its operation.
Another contributing factor in Biggs’ decision to quit was a limit in the number of stamps he could sell any one customer.”I could not sell to anyone who wanted more than the limit because I had to sign an affidavit that I would not split the sale into amounts below the limit,” he said.”So grocery stores and other customers that buy big quantities had to go into Galveston for their stamps.
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