Netcong postal closing makes no sense

Netcong postal closing makes no sense

There are 2 comments on the Daily Record story from Mar 3, 2012, titled Netcong postal closing makes no sense. In it, Daily Record reports that:

I understand they are also consolidating the Netcong Post Office to Budd Lake. Were any of the Netcong residents given a chance to voice their opinions? Guess their opinion doesn't matter as much as in Morristown.

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Roseanne

Parlin, NJ

#1 Mar 4, 2012
I don't think it's right to close the Post Office. Some of the residents don't have transportation.

Since: Jul 10

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#2 Mar 4, 2012
I guess they are trying to do more of a hub idea but then also keep the locations open. As long as I don't lose my mail carrier and having my mailbox on my house I feel they should do what is necessary to keeping the postal service up and running. I also have strong feels towards keeping the Saturday delivery but that is more out of tradition . If it had to be eliminated I would be fine as long as we did not lose the actual post office building. There is no way I am going to drive to Budd lake to mail an item.

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