Heller wants explanation on why the Sun Valley post office is slated to close

A week before the U.S. Postal Service closes a public comment period on a proposal to shutter a small post office in Sun Valley north of Reno, U.S. Sen. Dean Heller says he still hasn't received the explanation he's requested to justify the move.

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kdavis52 - 9/23/2013 12:17 PM
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The reason why people don't want to give up their boxes is because MOST of the hilly streets in Sun Valley are not paved or are in poor condition and the POSTAL CARRIERS won't deliver the mail to houses because they're afraid they're going to get stuck. We've only got one carrier here that brings our packages because he doesn't let anything scare him. Also a lot of people are afraid of kids taking their mail right out of the mailboxes. We are lucky to have a lock box down the street from us but we don't have a package lock box beside it for packages. When we have packages to mail we just give it to our carrier if we have it ready. Otherwise we have to take it DOWNTOWN or to Golden Valley. Downtown is faster to get to than the SPARKS P.O. We send out packages all of the time and if Sun Valley shuts down then we have to go further to mail them. Local businesses in Sun Valley depend on the postal office here.

Old Parnell - 9/23/2013 8:12 AM
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Sheeeez, Mr. Heller, make a decision already. This kind of drawn out political drama works well in D.C., but back home here, tough decision have to made in a timely manner. I don't vote Republican that often, but I did vote for you (and Sandoval) thinking things would be different. Don't forget where you came from partner.

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