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Work begins to reopen Settler’s Bay Post Office ‘as quickly as possible’

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A note of good news is posted on the door of the now-closed Settler’s Bay Post Office in Wasilla.


“The contract to re-open the Settler’s Bay Contract Postal Unit was awarded to us…,” a notice from Giovanna Rossi reads. “And we are working to get your mailboxes installed and operational again.”


The U.S. Postal Service canceled the contract and closed the facility in September after allegations of possible delay of U.S. mail. The closure caused customers to have to drive to the Wasilla Main Street Post Office instead.


In an email, Rossi says the facility does not yet know if it will be open in time for the holiday postal rush.


“We just found out early Thursday morning that it was awarded,” said Rossi of the contract. “And we have a few more items to set in place prior to opening.”


Though an exact reopening date is unknown at this time, Rossi was able to provide a number of assurances to the postal unit’s customers.


“At this point, we mostly want all of our customers to know that their mailbox will be the same as before,” Rossi said. “All of their credit on their mailbox will be the same and their addresses will remain unchanged as well.”


This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.


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