Post Office Decisions Being Felt Locally

Back in 2011, faced with mount­ing finan­cial pres­sures, the United States Postal Ser­vice iden­ti­fied 3,700 post office loca­tions which they termed “under­uti­lized”, to be stud­ied for pos­si­ble clo­sure.

Locally, those post offices included the Scott and Latty post offices in Pauld­ing County, Pet­tisville in Ful­ton County and Ridgeville Cor­ners in Henry County.

On Tues­day, the Post Office said that the deci­sion has been made to keep both the Latty and Scott post offices open, but with reduced hours.

Deci­sions on other area post offices may soon be com­ing as well. Post office offi­cials say they are try­ing to make prac­ti­cal busi­ness deci­sions while at the same time, doing all they can to serve their customers.

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