The U.S. Postal Service wants your input on whether its Kinston mail processing center should remain open.
The Postal Service is considering closing the downtown center and moving those operations to Fayetteville to save money. Ninety-four people work at the facility.
A public meeting will be held this coming Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Lenoir Community College to get public input on the possible closure.
Postal Service spokeswoman Monica Robbs says district officials have forwarded their proposal to the Postal Service's area office in Maryland, but a final decision won't be made until after public input is received.
The Kinston center processes mail for most of Eastern Carolina.
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