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Rep. Waxman Responds to Possible Sale of Beverly Hills Post Office

The USPS has proposed selling the North Maple Drive building to lease a smaller facility nearby.

On Wednesday,  released a statement in response to a proposal from the United States Postal Service (USPS) to relocate and sell the North Maple Drive post office:

Today I join my neighbors in the City of Beverly Hills to express concern about the proposal by the United States Postal Service to , located at 325 N. Maple Drive.

The Maple Post Office is centrally located in the middle of Beverly Hills, allowing residents to walk, ride public transit, or drive their cars to visit and conduct business there. In addition, the Post Office has an abundance of both street and underground parking.

This proposed relocation is particularly troubling as the City had previously lost a location of another main Post Office. That Post Office, , is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and will be the future home of the .

While I appreciate the financial challenges the Postal Service is facing, I believe it is short-sighted to relocate and sell a building in order to generate a one-time revenue, rather than look for long-term income streams as a solution.

As this public process moves forward, I will support the residents of Beverly Hills as they respond to the proposed relocation and sale of the Maple Post Office.

Rep. Henry A. Waxman
30th Congressional District of California

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Deborah Lashever September 23, 2012 at 09:16 PM
Good luck! They just sold our Historic Post Office in Venice. We got a generic small building that looks and feels like a grammer school bungalow. No one wanted the sale and we fought hard but the gov't insists on this type of slash and burn development.....
Glenn E Grab September 23, 2012 at 10:43 PM
what, you expected the Government to use our monney wisely?....


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