Three months after floods swept through downtown Montpelier, the city’s post office and the federal building that housed it remain in an uncertain state.
The Montpelier post office has already changed location three times: first to the National Life building in the week after the flood, then to a parking lot at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and now at 367 River St., also called Route 302, close to the border with Berlin, U.S. Postal Service spokesperson Stephen Doherty confirmed via email this week.
But the post office might not be there for very long. According to Doherty, the line for postal services starts outside the building, so the location won’t be ideal as winter hits the state capital.