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Preserving Post Offices

Berkeley isn't the only city fighting the sale of its historic post office building. The New York Times informs us that nationally, preservationists are organizing serious protest against the USPS decision to sell off certain properties in the wake of shrinking budgets. "As the Postal Service tries to shrink, it is often finding itself in battle with groups trying to prevent what the National Trust for Historic Preservation last year labeled one of the most significant threats to the country's architectural heritage." [New York Times and CurbedSF, previously]