134 rural Kansas Post Offices that were being considered for closure to save the US Postal Service money will remain open according to an announcement made by the Postal Service last week. Instead, 362 Kansas Post Offices will be considered for a reduction in service hours. US Senator Jerry Moran and his office advocated for the reduction of hours over office closures.
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Moran says there will be community meetings in each of those 362 Kansas communities as the US Postal Service considers the reduction in hours. Area community post offices being considered for a reduction in hours include Albert, Bison, Bushton, Chase, Claflin, Garfield, Geneseo, Hollyrood, Macksville, McCracken, Otis, Pawnee Rock, Raymond, Rozel, Rush Center, and Wilson.