If you are opposed to the sale
Report on Tuesday, May 21st Meeting in Senator Feinstein's
Assemblymember Nancy Skinner and Senator Loni Hancock join Mayor Tom Bates in calling for a one-year moratorium on the sale of historic post offices.
"Please take a number"
At the conclusion of the press conference, our elected officials went inside to hand their letters to a postal clerk. Although they had obtained a number earlier, there was still a short wait for an available window at this always busy and well-patronized post office.
The press package includes the letter from Berkeley's Mayor and City Council, the letter from Loni Hancock and Nancy Skinner, and the letter from Congresswoman Barbara Lee. Click to view or download.
7 pm Thursday May 2nd Community Meeting at 2133 University Avenue
Letter to the USPS Vice-President for Facilities from our community
"Together we are adamantly opposed to the sale of the Berkeley Main Post Office. We cannot imagine that anyone with any knowledge of the importance of this building to Berkeley would consider the relocation of its retail services and its closure. "
click to read the entire letter