The US Postal Service continues to fail the people of Lake Elsinore

Robert "Bob" Magee
For more than 40 years, the U.S. Postal Service leased a small building on Graham Avenue in Downtown Lake Elsinore. This site handles three Zip codes, P.O. boxes and allows customers to visit the retail counter daily. Never designed for high volume vehicular or pedestrian traffic, this facility reached its limit before the turn of the century. In response to the increased demand, the U.S. Postal Service repeatedly renewed and extended its existing lease and moved in an unpermitted, mobile office trailer to handle overflow mail completely ignoring the service needs of the second fastest growing city in the county and the state of California.In 2003 when I first ran for office, the postal workers gave me a tour of the facility and urged me to support their efforts to build a new post off
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