The U.S. Postal Service could consolidate its mail processing facilities of Bloomington, Columbus, Kokomo and Terre Haute with its Indianapolis branch.
Postal Service managers will present the results of the study tonight from 7 to 9 PM at the Monroe County Convention Center.
A recent study suggested the U.S. Postal Service should consolidate its mail processing services in the state.
U.S. postal centers around the state could be consolidated to save money.
Bloomington's downtown post office is relocating to South Walnut Street.
American Postal Workers union members massed outside Bloomington's downtown post office Tuesday, protesting the transfer of some operations to Indianapolis.
At a Columbus pawn shop, customers can now send mail and buy stamps as a result of a contract the shop made with the U.S. Postal Service.