BECKLEY, W.Va. -- Congressman Nick Rahall is urging residents of some southern West Virginia communities to attend public meetings next month on proposed changes to some post office operations.
The Postal Service plans to keep thousands of low-revenue post offices in rural areas open with shorter operating hours. Rahall says residents can attend the meetings to discuss hours of operations.
Public meetings are set Oct. 10 concerning post offices in the Greenbrier County communities of Asbury and Crawley, the Monroe County community of Greenville, and the Fayette County community of Winona. An Oct. 11 meeting is set for the Lookout post office in Fayette County.