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Post offices face possible closure

August 3, 2011

Two county post offices are in the cross-hairs of a study involving the closure of 3,700 post offices across the country.

Post offices in Finley and Snow are among 100 in Oklahoma, which are included in this study. According to a press release by the United States Postal Service, the trend towards using online postal services led to a decision to "right size" its retail network. The study will be used to "determine the customer needs," and a retail-replacement option would be offered to those communities affected by office closures.

The 3,700 post offices in the study represent more than 10% of the 32,000 post offices in operation in the United States.

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