San Francisco Business Times, 7/27/11.Fifteen Bay Area post offices are being considered for possible closure. The U.S. Postal Service said Tuesday it is looking at closing or
downgrading 3,653 branches around the country because of a 20 percent
drop in mail volume and the increasing availability of other postal
products. The USPS lost a reported $8 billion last year. Five branches in San Francisco are under review, along with branches
in Daly City, Oakland, San Francisco, San Mateo County and San Jose. Posted by Kathy Meeh
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