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With the threat of the entire operation shutting down by the end of the month, Patch decided to catch up with a Pennsylvania official for more on the issue.
The United States Postal Service may be shutting down for good at the end of the month, according to a recent ABC World News report. In light of a potential shut down, the USPS is asking Congress for help, but may still have to close hundreds of branches across the nation to ease up expenses. We caught up with USPS Philadelphia's Manager, Consumer and Industry Contact Cathy Yarosky concerning the issue as a whole, as well as how it affects us locally. LRSC Patch: What is the USPS's current status with the government? From what I heard, they are threatening to shut down without help by Sept. 30. Is there truth to this? Cathy Yarosky: The reality is this - without enactment of legislation by the end of this month, the Postal Service faces …