Postal News Roundup
Confusion Over Plan for Petaluma Mail Facility
A controversial plan to shutter the U.S. Postal Service’s North Bay mail processing facility in Petaluma is on hold, but local postal workers and the area’s congressional representative continue to express strong opposition to the plan.
Local Postal Workers Get Reprieve – St. Clair Street Facility Will Keep Sorting Mail for a Time
Arnie Cowell, president of American Postal Workers' Union Local 170, said the postal service has told employees, including 20 workers who were to be transferred to a Detroit area mail sorting facility, that they will continue working in the sorting facility on St. Clair Street.
Postal Service Confirms Some Mail Sorting Will Remain in Duluth
Union officials told the News Tribune on Thursday that employees had been informed of a change in plans for the Duluth mail processing center, which had been slated to close on April 18 with operations transferred to the Twin Cities.