Here's what Jim Graham had to say:
This morning I received a media call indicating that USPS was considering closing Georgia Ave P.O. at Georgia and Morton. It has been named "Columbia Heights" since USPS closed the former location--on the 1400 block of Irving-- in the 1990s and relocated it.In replies, one person said the service there was terrible (and I've heard that elsewhere too), while another person said it was fine.
We need a new post office back at 14th and Irving, and we also need to keep the post office on Georgia at Morton. The large number of elderly, alone, along the 14th St and Ga Ave corridors justify these actions! In addition, with its new residential and retail, 14th and Irving is vastly changed since a decade ago.
Please express your views on this to our Congresswoman, Eleanor Holmes Norton, by going to her website and sending an email. Click this link or copy and paste it into your internet browser's address bar: http://www.norton.house.gov/
I rarely use the post office, so I have no opinion, but 14th and Irving seems like a strange place, unless it's a small one (maybe in one of DCUSA's smaller interior spaces.) Your thoughts?