First selectman sent angry letter to lawmakers about postal service change

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NORTH CANAAN — Common sense. Will it prevail in a plan by the U.S. Postal Service for changes in how it handles mail?

It all depends on one’s perspective. For North Canaan First Selectman Douglas Humes, a planned approach that aims to save time and money for the postal service will have the opposite effect here.

In a letter to U.S. Congressman Chris Murphy (D-5), and Senators Richard Blumenthal and Joseph Lieberman, Humes questioned a plan that seems to him will achieve the exact opposite of its stated goal.

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