Friday, February 24, 2012

Cravaack Hopes Northern MN Mail Remains Reliable

It looks like the U.S postal workers at the Duluth mail processing center are about to be consolidated out of a job.

The functions at the plant will be merged with the processing center in St. Paul.  The Duluth operation is scheduled to close in 120 days.

Eighth District Congressman Chip Cravaack said, “I hope the USPS is correct in its findings, because the Duluth facility is a major part our community. As we work toward postal reforms, Congress must do everything possible to ensure reliable postal delivery for central and northern Minnesota.”

Employees of the Duluth facility were given the news Wednesday.

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