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October 17, 2017

Lead Considers Centralized Mail Delivery

Due to several injuries incurred by local post carriers, Lead is considering centralizing its mail delivery. According to the Black Hills Pioneer, centralized delivery would involve carriers delivering mail to a cluster of individual mailboxes, which would also include space for large mail parcels

Mail carriers are being consulted about the most dangerous areas for mail delivery, due to snow and ice. Surveys may also be delivered to customers to solicit feedback on the possible new delivery method.

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