Postal service seeks to end door delivery

One hundred and twenty-five Granbury residents who have had mail delivered to their door have been asked to place mailboxes curbside. Doing so reduces costs and increases efficiency, according to postal officials.

In a written statement provided to the Hood County News, U.S. Postal Service spokesman Sam Bolen explained that the Postal Service has been “reevaluating and consolidating mail processing and delivery operations nationwide to save money on overhead, transportation costs and delivery costs.”


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