ASHEVILLE — A mixture of protesters, postal workers and politicians — both living and dead — gathered Monday afternoon at Pack Square Park with a clear message: Save post offices and postal jobs. ...
The Postal Service is forecast to lose a record $14.1 billion this year. Managers last year put forward a plan to close 3,700 post offices and 252 mail processing centers, including one in Asheville. The Postal Service has since delayed that plan until May. ...
The proposed Postal Service cuts could mean the loss of more than 100,000 postal jobs nationally, including 180 at the Brevard Road processing facility, which employs about 200 people.Read the full article
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