COLUMBIA — The path along Interstate 70 Drive was lined with people in yellow and orange neon shirts handing out flyers and holding posters with slogans such as “Save the Mid-Mo Mail Facility” and “You've Got Mail, For Now.” They waved as people honked and cheered out of car windows on their way into a public hearing Tuesday night that addressed the U.S. Postal Service's plan to eliminate 42 of 133 jobs at the Columbia mail processing center.
Proposed downsizing of Columbia mail facility faces strong opposition
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