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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Rural Alaska towns paying the price for USPS closures

Postal Service cuts pinch small Alaska towns

"... As a result, a letter mailed by Perkins to a client in Cordova, is now flown approximately two hundred miles from Cordova to Anchorage where it is sorted by automated sorting equipment and then flow back to Cordova, where likely the same postal employee who took Perkins's letter at the front counter several days ago puts it into the client’s post office box...."    

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