U.S.P.S.: Venice Post Office to be Sold

The U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission has rejected an appeal seeking to overturn the U.S. Postal Service’s decision to close and sell the Venice Post Office and relocate customer services to the Venice Postal Annex, a sorting and carrier storage facility which is located across the street. The Commission has chosen to regard the issue as a post office “relocation” rather than a post office “closing”. Click here to read the decision as a PDF.

Venice Post Office

The decision was made despite appeals by Councilman Bill Rosendahl, The Venice Neighborhood Council, The Venice Stakeholders Association and numerous members of the community.

Mark Ryavec, President of the Venice Stakeholders Association, said today that the Stakeholders Association will continue discussions with counsel on this ongoing matter and the impact that the decision will have on the community.

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