BOSTON — Steve Doherty, Strategic Communications Specialist at the United States Postal Service in Boston, said Sept. 9 that operations at the Camden Post Office are being temporarily moved to the Rockland Post Office, “to facilitate an ongoing renovation project.”
He was responding to public reactions to the shuttered doors at the Camden Post Office. Read: Camden citizen and state representative raise concerns over Camden Post Office.
Doherty said there is no project deadline, but hopes are that the building will be ready for reuse by the end of 2022.
The public is directed to use post offices in neighboring towns from which to mail packages, etc.
Friday afternoon, Doherty responded to questions concerning logistics: “There is no change to street delivery, except that if a notice is left for an item requiring a signature, they would need to go to the Rockland office for now to retrieve it. P.O. Box service and all retail services will be available in Rockland while the work is being completed on the Camden facility.”