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Some post offices to cut hours in half

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Earl Van Wormer III thinks the U.S. Postal Service is mismanaged. As evidence, the Esperance town supervisor points to the string of rural post offices that dot Route 20 in Schoharie County and into Schenectady County. Each post office, he says, is open at similar times, times when people who work during the day can’t use it. “Because of the mismanagement of the Postal Service from the top on down, they’ve created problems that have ...

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November 6, 2012
9:34 a.m.

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Pattersonville PO is only open a total of what.....7 1/2 hrs a day? And the hours are a hassle for people that work. And those of us outside of the 1/4 mile from the PO, are supposed to be able to get delivery, but they turned the option down, because not enough on our street signed the petition I personally passed around to get delivery?! AND, the PO is not suppose to charge for PO boxes of residents that dont have a choice like us. But they do, and people pay it! I'd rather the PO in town close so I can get my mail delivered!