The U.S. Postal Service is consolidating to save money. That much is clear. However, what remains hazy is how that consolidation will affect service, reports The Washington Post. More than 80 mail processing centers will close and 95 facilities will start absorbing their work in January, but federal auditors found USPS customers don't know what that means regarding the service they'll receive, writes Josh Hicks on Thursday in "Report: Postal Service Leaves Areas in the Dark on Changes to 95 Facilities."
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