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Youngstown processed mail to transition to Cleveland for cancellation

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- Youngstown collected mail, including al suburbs such as Boardman and Canfield, will transition to a Cleveland USPS processing center for cancelation.

The transition will begin on February 23, USPS officials confirmed, beginning the transfer of mail processing from the Youngstown processing center to Cleveland.

The decision comes after a number of financial decisions the federal organization made to fight a  $2 billion deficit, including the closing of a number of processing centers and the cancelation of Saturday delivery.

In one year, the Youngstown mail-processing center, which employs will close its doors completely.

For residents requesting a Youngstown Postmark, they will need to bring in their requested delivery packages to a processing center.

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