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Former Dillon official corrects history about post office delivery

A recent letter to the editor implied that the Dillon town council, in 1997, was not interested in home mail delivery. 

I served on the council that year and have no recollection of such a discussion. I would have, since I would have been a supporter of such a service.

In fact, I supported home delivery as a way to keep the post office in its old location without the need to build a new, larger facility. So let’s get the facts correct on this issue.


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