Postal service considers consolidation in London
Twenty-nine jobs at the London Post Office could be gone as a result of a possible consolidation. The U.S. Postal Service is in the process of deciding if the mail processing centers will be consolidated. As a result, officials with the postal service say if the London processing center is closed and mail sorting sent elsewhere, 29 jobs will be gone as well. By 2013, the postal service hopes to have only 200 processing centers open--down from 500 originally.
Filed under: Kentucky