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Kimberly Frum, a spokeswoman for the service, told The Hill (via the Blaze) that low-volume mailboxes are regularly removed to cut costs: She said that low-volume mailboxes are a financial drag on the Postal Service, which lost more than $2 billion in the second quarter. “It is a fluid process and figures can vary from day-to-day,” Frum said. “Historically, mail boxes have been removed for lack of use and installed in growth areas.” “When a collection box consistently receives very small amounts of mail for months on end, it costs the Postal Service money in fuel and workhours for letter carriers to drive to the mailbox and collect the mail. Removing the box is simply good business sense in that respect. It is important to note that anyone with a residential or business mailbox can use it as a vehicle to send outgoing mail.” https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/08/17/pollak-democrats-go-postal-with-busted-mailbox-conspiracy-theory/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR0KJKk7vcRA8GiUb794kn9zcWx30aHK8yvdOlOHa564ov6_rcgpr3SL3XE
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