Postal Service will resume delivery to Rochester trailer park

Mail carriers suspended delivery service about three weeks ago because of safety concerns. The Post Bulletin reports residents were told to control their dogs and clean up their property. More than 40 animal incidents were reported in the neighborhood last year alone.
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Mail carriers suspended delivery service about three weeks ago because of safety concerns. The Post Bulletin reports residents were told to control their dogs and clean up their property. More than 40 animal incidents were reported in the neighborhood last year alone.

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