It's one thing to hear that the U.S. Postal Service, a government agency that receives no tax revenue, is slashing infrastructure to try to offset what it said were $5.7 billion in losses this year — part of a state of peril brought on by the economy, pension costs and competition from delivery businesses and electronic bill paying and communications.
WHAT OTHERS SAY: Closing post offices targets a town's identity
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