City Pushes to Keep Post Office Branch in Downtown Plymouth
City Commission approves resolution Monday in support of keeping post office located centrally in city limits.
The Plymouth City Commission indicated Monday it supports efforts to keep the United States Postal Service's Plymouth branch location centrally located within city limits after the USPS sells the building it currently occupies.
The USPS announced in a letter this month it was selling the Plymouth Pursell Station building and the branch would need to relocate at one of five Plymouth or Plymouth Township locations.
The City Commission unanimously approved a resolution Monday throwing support toward relocating the USPS branch at either the Mayflower Center building or at 885 Penniman in downtown Plymouth, or at another centrally located area downtown.
Mayor Dan Dwyer, who suggested the resolution, said he would like to see the USPS branch stay downtown, citing its vitality to the downtown area. The resolution will be forwarded to district supervisors at the United States Postal Service.
City Commissioners unanimously adopted the resolution.