Postal News Roundup
If the Postal Service would abandon completely mail processing of letters and flats, there will be an overall loss in efficiency. The Postal Service is made worse off through a loss in profits, and the mailers are made worse off through having to pay higher prices. In fact, the only parties that benefit are the private providers of mail processing, and their benefit is less than the combined loss to the Postal Service and mailers.
Closing and consolidating the Dakota Central Processing and Distribution Facility with the Sioux Falls operation next year will have a devastating economic impact on the Huron area with the loss of 48 middle-class postal jobs, findings in a report by the Fiscal Policy Institute show