Video: Perspective on the USPS decision from a small town of letter carriers

NALCREST, Fla. — Hidden off of the not-so-beaten path of State Road 60 in Central Florida is a small town with a unique perspective on the United States Postal Service decision to stop the delivery of first class mail on Saturdays.

Nalcrest, a town of several hundred people midway between Tampa and Vero Beach, was founded by letter carriers as a retirement community in the 1960s.

Hours after the USPS announcement, retired letter carriers said the decision would hurt the public.

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