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Downtown post office set to reopen

By From page B3 | April 17, 2014

The downtown Davis post office, 424 Third St., is scheduled to reopen Monday after being closed for more than two months for remodeling following a fire.

While the office has been closed and no services have been available at the counter, people who have post office boxes there have been able to pick up their mail at the back door, according to postmaster R.J. Santos.

The remodeled office will feature more post office boxes, allowing more people to have the convenience of receiving their mail downtown.

Santos also said the downtown post office will be feature a full-service counter, offering the same services as the main post office on Fifth Street. These include shipping, stamp sales and money orders.

Hours are noon to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. The downtown office will be closed Saturdays and Sundays.

The second-alarm fire in the post office occurred Feb. 2.

Thomas Oide

Thomas Oide is a senior at Davis High School, the editor-in-chief of the DHS student-run newspaper, The HUB, and a staff writer at 12thmanrising.com.
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