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Westchester Postmasters Say Come On Down--local post offices want to improve service!
Release Date: March 17, 2016

I had a very productive meeting with Rich Conte of the US Postal Service. He’s the manager of the Westchester region. As part of their efforts to improve service and to be responsive to customers each of the post offices in our area will be hosting periodic meetings with customers to hear concerns. The schedule with local postmasters is posted below.  I believe that the Postal Service is going to try hard to improve service in our communities.
PAUL FEINER
 
Paul Feiner
Town Supervisor
Greenburgh, New York
 
 
 
Paul:
 
Thanks again for taking the time to discuss mail services with Rich Conte, Debra Jones, and myself on Monday afternoon.  We share your interest, appreciate your insight and suggestions, and look forward to working together to ensure Greenburgh residents and businesses are provided the best possible mail services.
 
Pasted below is the announcement for our community outreach efforts for March that Rich Conte discussed.  Please feel free to distribute and share the information as you deem appropriate.   
 
As soon as the dates – times – locations are finalized, we will send you the April and May schedules.  
 
 
 
George B. Flood
Corporate Communications
USPS – Northeast Area
 
 
 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: March 17, 2016 
Contact: George B. Flood
Tel: 732-819-3669
usps.com/news
 
 
 
Westchester Postmasters Say Come On Down
 
Town of Greenburgh, NY— Westchester postmasters are ramping-up their community outreach efforts by hosting interactive sessions at Post Offices for Greenburgh residential and business customers in March, April, and May. The innovative Grow Your Business Days forums provide the community with the opportunity to meet the local postmaster and discuss mail services. Postal marketing representatives will also be on hand to demonstrate ways for local businesses to grow revenue and improve the bottom line by leveraging the power of direct mail. The Post Offices include: Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Tarrytown, White Plains, Centuck in Yonkers, Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, and Valhalla.  
 
Already in full swing, the March schedule is:
March 15, 2016 1-3pm March 16, 2016 11am-1pm March 17, 2016 11am-1pm March 18, 2016 1-3pm
Ardsley Post Office Dobbs Ferry Post Office Elmsford Post Office Tarrytown Post Office
875 Saw Mill River Rd 120 Main St. 2 E. Main St 50 N. Broadway
Ardsley, NY 10502 Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522 Elmsford, NY 10523 Tarrytown, NY 10591
                       
March 22, 2016 1-3pm March 23, 2016 11am-1pm March 24, 2016 1pm- 3pm March 25, 2016 11am-1pm
White Plains Post Office Centuck Post Office Hasting on Hudson Post Office Irvington Post Office
100 Fisher Ave 1585 Central Park Ave 591 Warburton Ave 25 N. Buckhout St.
White Plains, NY 10606 Yonkers, NY 10710 Hasting on Hudson, NY 10706 Irvington, NY 10533
                       
March 29, 2016 11am-1pm March 30, 2016 11am-1pm March 31, 2016 1pm-3pm    
Scarsdale Post Office Hartsdale Post Office Valhalla Post Office    
29 Chase Rd 441 Central Park Ave 10 Cleveland St.    
Scarsdale, NY 10583 Scarsdale, NY 10583 Valhalla, NY 10595    
 
Once plans are finalized, the April and May schedules and locations will be announced.  For additional information about these sessions, call Denise Denis at 914-697-7062 or Aleyamma Jacob at 914-697-7343.
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