DURANGO, COLO. (KRQE) - The mail center in Durango is moving sorting operations to Albuquerque later this month.
A spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service says there's just not enough work to justify having a center in southwest Colorado.
The move is part of the agency's plan to cut costs by $20 billion by 2017.
Delivery and other services will not be affected.
The downtown Durango post office will remain open as a post office and a transportation hub.
While the roads were looking clearer Friday morning in the Albuquerque area, appearances can be deceiving
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