(BIVN) – The United States Postal Service is considering the relocation of services from the Kamuela Post Office, and the community will have the chance to comment on the proposal.
“The goal of the proposed relocation” from 67-1197 Mamalahoa Highway “to another location in the same community, is to move to a site that provides better access and better meets the overall needs of Kamuela’s postal customers,” the U.S. Postal Service said in a Wednesday media release.
USPS officials will appear at the April 4th meeting of the Waimea Community Association to discuss the possible relocation. The meeting is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. at the Waimea Elementary School cafeteria.
Kamuela Postmaster Angela Okumura will be in hand, the Waimea Community Association says.
“The public will have 30 days after the meeting to submit written comments for the Postal Service’s consideration prior to its final decision,” the Postal Service says. Please submit written comments to:
Real Estate & Assets
U.S. Postal Service
PO Box 27497
Greensboro, NC 27498-1103
The media release stated that the Postal Service “does not receive tax dollars for operating expenses; it relies entirely on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.”
by Big Island Video News
WAIMEA, Hawaiʻi - United States Postal Service officials will discuss the process at the April 4th Waimea Community Association Meeting to be held at the Waimea Elementary School.