USPS to resume operations in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties

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Charleston, SC (WCBD) – The Greater South Carolina District of the U.S. Postal Service has reopened most Post Offices and resumed mail deliveries Saturday, Sept. 15, in areas that begin with ZIP Codes 294 and 295. Post Offices in these areas were closed temporarily beginning Sept. 12 to prepare for possible flooding. 

Due to the impacts of Tropical Storm Florence, however, there will be a possibility of late or non-deliveries for some residential and business customers in the 294, 295, and 299 service areas.

“Thanks to the dedication of our employees, we are able to resume service at these postal facilities.” said Greater South Carolina District Manager Darryl Martin. “We’ll continue to monitor Tropical Storm Florence closely and remain committed to make every reasonable, safe attempt to deliver mail.”

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