Danbury Democratic City Council caucus speak out in support of Main Street Post Office
Time: 9:14 AM
It's like Groundhog Day all over again.
With the possible closure of the post office on Main Street, the United States Postal Service will place a real hardship on residents who reside downtown/east side section of Danbury. When the proposal to close the Main Street post office was considered years ago, it was met with opposition from residents who rely on the downtown location. With the location on Main Street back on the chopping block, residents are speaking out in opposition again.
Today, the Democratic caucus of the city council released a letter expressing their support for a downtown post office presence. This morning, a had to chance to interview to City Council Minority Leader Tom Saadi and have him elaborate on the statement from the caucus.
You can read the letter from the Democratic caucus as well as Saadi's October 2010 correspondence with the Post Master and the Post Office Survey below.
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