Technology has delivered a blow to postal delivery in recent years, resulting in a decrease in first class mail customers. That was the message delivered Thursday night to residents of Dover during a town hall meeting about the local post office being targeted for a feasibility study to determine if it will be closed. United States Postal Service District Discontinuance Coordinator Bob Redden cited declining numbers of first class mail moving through the USPS by businesses, reduced walk-in traffic, and declining revenues due to online bill payments, as reasons for the study to the crowd of approximately 50 people who filled the Dover Baptist Church.
Declining Revenue Driving Post Office Closures
By Marla Toncray, Ledger Independent • Sep 23, 2011