Gainesville residents on mail move: return to sender
The United States Postal Service is looking for feedback on plans to move mail processing out of Gainesville. WUFT-FM’s Daniel Landesberg says area residents, so far, are not happy.
US Postal Service Spokesman Stephen Seewoester says the relocation would save money and increase efficiency, but Postal Service Electronic Technician Scott Town says it will cost residents who won’t account for the extra time when mailing in bills.
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