CLIFTON - Some U.S. post offices, including 50 in New Jersey, may be on the chopping block in an effort to save money.
The 50 offices in New Jersey are a part of a much larger list that includes more than 3,600 across the country. A spokesman for the postal service says that the list doesn't mean all of the post offices will be closing and a study will be held first. However, people are still worried about post offices shutting their doors. Some customers News 12 New Jersey spoke with said it would be a shame if the post offices closed. Others, such as workers at Delawanna Station in Clifton and on River Road in Fair Lawn, worry about their jobs.
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