Postal workers rally amid threat of Buffalo USPS facility’s move to Rochester


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BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Dozens of workers at the United States Postal Service processing center on William Street took their fight to the streets Friday in Buffalo, as the USPS is considering uprooting the facility and moving it to Rochester.

If the move is approved, the center that processes 30,000 letters per hour and hundreds of employees would be relocated 60 miles east. This would mean all the mail that now moves through Buffalo would have to be processed in Rochester first, which could lead to delays across Western New York.