National Preservation Trust says “haphazard” USPS process endangers thousands of historic post offices
The National Trust for Historic Preservation today released its list of the 11 Most Endangered Places. Included on the list are the thousands of historic post offices nationwide that the Trust says may fall victim to what the Trust calls a “haphazard disposition process”, and a “lack of information and guidance from the U.S. Postal Service”:
Historic U.S. Post Office Buildings – From coast to coast, historic American post office buildings are facing uncertain futures. Due to the U.S. Postal Services haphazard disposition process, developers and others interested in purchasing and rehabbing these historic buildings end up walking away after failing to get timely or clear answers from the Postal Service.
Read more at the Trust’s web site.