- published: 23 Jul 2012
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The fate of a Duluth postal station brought a large turnout Tuesday night at a community meeting. The meeting marked the first in a series of three hearings about post office closures in Duluth, Tuesday's concerning the Lakeside Station. Margaret Campbell, Post Office Discontinuance Coordinator, said Lakeside and two other Duluth stations are among 3,600 branches nationwide being studied because of lower revenue. "It's important that customers come so that we hear about their concerns about their post office, but it's also important that they hear why we're here tonight and why this is happening," Campbell said. Campbell said the postal service faced an $8.5 billion loss in 2010, but former Duluth letter carrier Gaynelle Johnson said these local branches do still bring in revenue and a...
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During my time interning at "The Gwinnett Daily Post," I have had the opportunity to learn how to write in a different style, how to interact with employees in a professional environment, and how to write different journalistic briefs and articles. It has been both a humbling and rewarding experience and I am pleased to be volunteering there again in the spring.