Postal workers are protesting the postal service’s plan to close three mail processing centers in Michigan later this year.
United States Postal Service processing centers in Lansing, Kalamazoo and Iron Mountain are slated to close. Centers in Saginaw and Gaylord have already closed. The closings will leave three centers to process mail delivery in Michigan.
The closings are part of a Post Office plan that also includes slowing first class mail delivery. In some cases, it may take a first class letter up to three days to be delivered. Before this week, first class mail would usually take a day.