Monday, February 1, 2010

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one block downtheroad as our little lives change. we haven't bought a stamp, mailed a bill for 10yrs. we just don't do it.The post office in the West Village, at 527 Hudson Street, is one of 14 in New York City that the Postal Service might close to save money. Judy Seigel said that the closing the post office on 527 Hudson Street in the West Village would be “a disaster.” Ms. Seigel, who has lived on Morton Street for 52 years, frequents the post office twice a week to send customers her self-published books and photography.
“Going to any other post office would be a pain in the neck,” said Ms. Seigel, 79. “This branch is cozy. It’s like family. It’s comfortable.”
City officials and community activists gathered outside of the West Village post office on Thursday to sure up support for continued services at this and 13 other post offices across the city.

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