A public meeting has been set for next week to discuss the closure of the Moccasin Post Office.
The meeting will start at 5 p.m. Monday, May 19, at the Moccasin Administration Building.
The City of San Francisco owns the building and land that housed the post office. The lease ended April 1 and the post office closed April 25.
However, the circumstances regarding the closure have been conflicting.
Tyrone Jue, a spokesman for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, said the city did not receive a response from the Postal Service about renewing the lease so they decided to turn the building into a “network operations center.”
U.S. Postal Service spokesman Gus Ruiz, however, said the Postal Service did indeed “reach out for a lease extension.”
For the complete story, see the May 12, 2014, edition of The Union Democrat.
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