Postmasters: Post Offices on study list does not mean they will close

National League Of Postmasters:

Today The Post Office released the list of offices that will go through the review process for discontinuance. You can click on this link to see the list. We want to emphasize that this is a review list.

Coming under review doesn’t necessarily mean an office will close. The post office announced in January it was reviewing 1,400 offices for closing. So far 280 have been closed and 200 have finished the review process and will remain open. Of the 1,400 offices announced for review in January, 620 are still in the review process and 300 will move to the new review list.

We are very concerned for those impacted Postmasters and communities. The discontinuance process takes over 120 days, if appealed even longer. We will share the entire discontinuance process shortly. The Post Office will ask for an Advisory Opinion from the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today which is another process that needs to be completed. We do not want to give false hope but there is a lot we can do to reduce the overall impact.

We will share more information as it is made available.

source: National League of Postmasters 

3 thoughts on “Postmasters: Post Offices on study list does not mean they will close

  1. Well,we have been doing village post office here in Hooterville for years and if you want we can get you a deal on a ride on the Cannonball Express down to the Shady Rest hotel.When you see Uncle Joe tell him Sam sent you!

  2. I am surprised that the list is not longer in Illinois. The National League of Postmasters is like a screen door on a submarine on this matter. These post offices will close and with them employees (and managers) that never saw the forest for the trees.

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