Postmark appeals by May 7, 2013. Mail to: Vice President, Facilities Facilities Implementation – Pacific Area 1300 Evans Ave. Ste. 200 San Francisco CA 94188-0200
USPS requires that all appeals have a return address.
Come to a meeting 7 pm Thursday May 2, 2013 at 2133 University Ave Help plan our next steps.
On April 22, 2013, the USPS approved “the relocation of the Berkeley Main Post Office located at 2000 Allston Way, to a yet to be determined location.” After operations are relocated, the USPS plans to sell our historic 99-year old Post Office.
Stop the ongoing sale of our public commons
It’s not just the post office that’s being privatized. Our schools, our public spaces, parks and services are all at risk.
Join Us! Help stop the ongoing sale of our government!
In April alone, the USPS moved forward on selling historic post offices in La Jolla, CA, NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood and the Bronx. Like Berkeley, all have New Deal art.
The USPS wants to sell Berkeley's historic main post office. Citizens to Save the Berkeley Post Office is a grassroots group that has come together to block the sale of our heritage, stop service cut backs, and preserve living wage postal jobs.
Our fight is not unique. Thousands of post office closures across the country mean the largest private auction of public history our nation has ever seen.
Join the movement and spread the word. Our post office is not for sale.