The United States Postal Service announced over the summer that it would likely close 3,700 of its 30,000 locations as it scrambles to create a business model which does not leave it in the red year after year. In Connecticut, citing low foot traffic, the service said in Stamford, New Haven, Bridgeport, Hartford and Waterbury.
Earlier this week, the postal service announced it would close , which would likely mean the letters you mail will take that much longer to arrive.
There are four—yes, four—post offices in Redding: West Redding, Redding Ridge, Redding Center and Georgetown.
Brent Colley, who maintains historyofredding.com, told Patch this summer that . But in 2011, it appears very clear the postal service needs to cut costs.
Should Redding—a village of less than 10,000 people—have four times the amount of post offices than neighboring Ridgefield, Wilton, Weston and Easton?