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(Washington, D.C.) – Montana’s senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus will spend the day working alongside the U.S. Postal Service workers at the Missoula Post Office/Area Mail Processing Facility on Wednesday April 12th. The workday follows Baucus’ announcement that Postmaster General Patrick Donohoe will be coming to Montana at the Senator’s request to listen to Montanans.
Baucus’ Missoula workday will kick off several events across the state to elevate the input of Montanans impacted by the U.S. Postal Service’s proposed closures and consolidations.
In February, Baucus successfully pressed the Postal Service to back away from plans to send Missoula’s mail processing center to Spokane. Baucus says it’s an honor to spend a day in the life of the staff at the Missoula mail processing center and learn more about their work and their contributions.