USPS May Close Part Of Petaluma Mail Center

A Postal Service study recommends closing part of its Petaluma (Csalifofrnia)  mail processing center and moving some of the jobs to Oakland, the service said Tuesday.

About 34 of the North Bay center’s 360 jobs could be affected, spokesman James Wigdel said. The consolidation would save about $1 million.

The service has scheduled a public meeting on the proposal Thursday, Jan. 20, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Petaluma Community Center, 320 N. McDowell Blvd.

“While no final decision has been reached, Postal Service managers will give an overview of the reasons for the proposal and its possible outcomes, and will listen to community input and concerns,” the service said.

via Press Democrat

3 thoughts on “USPS May Close Part Of Petaluma Mail Center

  1. The Richmond BMC employees are back already? What happened to the Oakland employees excessed to Fresno a year or so ago?

  2. i thought the post office was moving some of the jobs in oakland to san jose. why not keep the jobs in oakland and move the jobs from petaluma to san jose. 46 people have been notified in oakland they are being excessed and tour 2 has been eliminated. looks like too much real estate for too little mail and reasons to make employees quit. the post office excessed richmond calif employees to los angeles who sent them right back. yet i don’t see a supervisor going anywhere and have even less work to do and they let the work force know it. they have that you have to work like a dog while i stand or sit around talking all night. then if you talk they tell you to shut up and get back to work. get rid of some of those supervisors if they get rid of the employees. quit putting the workers on notice and start putting those supervisors on notice make them walk around all nervous too.

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