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2/2/2012 2:34:40 PM
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City Council acts to protest potential transfer of Raymore’s postal carrier routes to Belton

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The City of Raymore has been informed of a Delivery Unit Optimization Initiative (DUOI) study currently being conducted by the United States Postal Service on the Raymore Post Office. Under the provisions of the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 and federal law, this study seeks to evaluate the workload of the Raymore Post Office with a potential outcome of the findings shifting Raymore’s postal carriers to the Belton Post Office, rendering the Raymore branch solely a “retail presence.”
 
Established in the 1870s, the Raymore Post Office presently services a total of 13 carrier routes – 11 regular carrier routes, an auxiliary route, and a contract route – and exceeds $1 million in stamp revenue annually.
 
At the January 30th Raymore City Council work session, Council discussed the DUOI study and its potential ramifications. All councilmembers signed a letter to the area’s U.S. senators and representatives asking for their support and aid in maintaining the Raymore Post Office in its present status as a full-service U.S. post office operated by a postmaster. The letters can be found at www.raymore.com/index.aspx?NID=515.
 
The Council also decided to call a special meeting to precede its February 6th work session. At this special meeting, Council will take official action regarding the DUOI study by passing a resolution opposing any change in the Raymore Post Office’s status as a full-service postal facility. Additionally, Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Adams will issue a proclamation asking for the community’s support in the campaign to maintain the Raymore Post Office as a full-service mail center.
 
Copies of the resolution and proclamation supporting the Raymore Post Office are included in the February 6th Council packet available on the City’s Web site at www.raymore.com/Archive.aspx?ADID=1237.
 
 
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The City of Raymore has been informed of a Delivery Unit Optimization Initiative (DUOI) study currently being conducted by the United States Postal Service on the Raymore Post Office. Under the provisions of the Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 and federal law, this study seeks to evaluate the workload of the Raymore Post Office with a potential outcome of the findings shifting Raymore’s postal carriers to the Belton Post Office, rendering the Raymore branch solely a “retail presence.”

Established in the 1870s, the Raymore Post Office presently services a total of 13 carrier routes – 11 regular carrier routes, an auxiliary route, and a contract route – and exceeds $1 million in stamp revenue annually.

At the January 30th Raymore City Council work session, Council discussed the DUOI study and its potential ramifications. All councilmembers signed a letter to the area’s U.S. senators and representatives asking for their support and aid in maintaining the Raymore Post Office in its present status as a full-service U.S. post office operated by a postmaster. The letters can be found at www.raymore.com/index.aspx?NID=515.

The Council also decided to call a special meeting to precede its February 6th work session. At this special meeting, Council will take official action regarding the DUOI study by passing a resolution opposing any change in the Raymore Post Office’s status as a full-service postal facility. Additionally, Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Adams will issue a proclamation asking for the community’s support in the campaign to maintain the Raymore Post Office as a full-service mail center.

Copies of the resolution and proclamation supporting the Raymore Post Office are included in the February 6th Council packet available on the City’s Web site at www.raymore.com/Archive.aspx?ADID=1237.

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A Delivery Unit Optimization Initiative study is underway on Raymore Post Office, potentially moving carriers to Belton www.raymore.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=413

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