Dec 11

First Class mail may cease with new plan

Moore County Residents may find that first-class mail delivery is a thing of the past if the post office follows through with its plan to close mail processing centers in Fayetteville. If that happens mail leaving Moore County for processing and distribution will end up in Charlotte for processing. More than 400 workers will lose their jobs if the U-S Postal Service loses the two Fayetteville processing centers. A study has found that the postal service could save nearly 22-million dollars and improve efficiency and productivity. The Fayetteviile Processing and Distribution Facilities are among 252 around the country being studied for possible closure. Although some Fayetteville workers will have the opportunity to move to Charlotte, more than a hundred jobs would be eliminated in the consolidation.
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