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More Issues Arise for Princess Anne Post Office

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Postal service on the loading dock (Photo: WBOC) Postal service on the loading dock (Photo: WBOC)

PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Postal customers arrived at the Princess Anne post office on Wednesday to find the temporary mobile trailer set up for mail service gone.

The post office building has been closed since July due to mold. The closure left many customers confused about postal service at the post office. The rear loading dock door was open with a make shift service counter set up for postal employees to hand out mail to customers. 

Yvette Singh, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Postal Service, the temporary mobile trailer was taken for repair after the generator that provides it with electricity stopped working. Singh said officials are looking into an alternate location but no plans have been finalized.  

Although the post office building was closed in July due to mold, postal employees could be seen working from inside the building. Postal customer Brenda Price said she hopes the postal employees will have better working conditions soon, where they won't have to worry about health concerns.  

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