Fedline

Federal Times Blogs

Postal Service announcing 1Q financials tomorrow

Bookmark and Share

Just a heads-up that the U.S. Postal Service will be announcing its first-quarter fiscal 2014 financial results on Friday morning. Because of the holiday shipping season, the first quarter is typically the Postal Service’ s strongest, so it will be interesting to see whether the steady (albeit relative) improvement in USPS finances continued in the three-month period from October through December.

The numbers typically are released at a Board of Governors meeting. In this case, however, the Postal Service plans to announce them via a news release, followed by posting of the full quarterly report. Federal Times will have the story.

Tags:

With stamp prices set to rise, legal challenges filed

Bookmark and Share

The price of a first-class stamp rises from 46 to 49 cents tomorrow and the cost of a host of other mail products and services will also increase following regulators’ decision last month to grant the U.S. Postal Service a temporary emergency rate increase.

As FedLine noted a couple of days ago, both the U.S. Postal Service and a mailing industry coalition planned to contest (albeit for different reasons) the Postal Regulatory Commission’s ruling. In appeals Thursday with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, both camps followed through. You can read the USPS filing here and the industry’s here, but neither spells out the grounds for their respective appeals. They will have to do so by Feb. 24, under a schedule released Friday by the court clerk’s office.

In a news release, industry leaders called the PRC’s ruling mistaken and warned that it could boomerang on the Postal Service. “The evidence used to secure this increase, more than three times the rate of inflation, is fundamentally flawed, and thus inherently inaccurate,” said Mary Berner, president and CEO of MPA–The Association of Magazine Media. “Increased rates will only result in more lost volume for the Postal Service. . . . This counterproductive decision should be returned to sender.”

 

 

 

Tags: , , ,

Postal Service again gets more time for reply to Northrop lawsuit

Bookmark and Share

“The wheels of justice turn slowly, but grind exceedingly fine,” a proverb goes.

By that standard, it should come as no surprise that the U.S. Postal Service now has until Oct. 9 to respond to allegations in a $180 million lawsuit filed by contractor Northrop Grumman over the handling of a major automation project.

The suit was filed in early May, with the Postal Service’s response originally due two months later. But Federal Court Claims Judge George Miller later pushed back the deadline until Sept. 3 and—in a ruling this month—delayed it again to Oct. 9 following a motion from USPS attorneys that they still need more time.

While those lawyers are conferring with Postal Service employees and reviewing documents,  “scheduling issues and the limited availability of relevant USPS personnel have delayed progress toward filing a response,” Miller wrote in an order summarizing the mail carrier’s rationale for a second postponement. According to the Postal Service, Northrop Grumman did not object.

 

Tags: , , ,

Inspector general: More than one-third of Postal Service workers eligible to retire this year

Bookmark and Share

The U.S. Postal Service’s inspector general is out with a new overview of employee retirement options. This is a hot topic nowadays, given that USPS leaders have been open about their interest in using early-out incentives as a glide path to a much smaller agency.

One finding: More than 189,000 postal employees (that’s well above one-third of the current career workforce) are eligible to retire in fiscal 2012. That number appears to be a good bit higher than the figure used by postal execs, who generally put the ratio at around one in four. The report also notes that the Postal Service already has the authority to offer early retirements in fiscal 2012, and “may request an extension to” 2013.

The IG also makes no recommendations on how USPS leaders should proceed, but does offer a handy summary of annuity formulas, the mechanics of early retirement options, etc. Definitely worth a look.

Tags: ,

In congressional testimony, postmaster general mentions plans for departure incentives

Bookmark and Share

The focus of a congressional hearing last week was on the U.S. Postal Service’s desire to create its own employee health insurance plan. But Postmaster General Pat Donahoe also had something intriguing to say about the possibility of some kind of employee buyout program. Asked by one lawmaker whether he had any plans or suggestions to “incentivize” retirement for workers who are eligible to leave, Donahoe said this (according to a transcript):

“We do plan on issuing some incentives based on the fact that we make some changes in our operations. As we shrink the network, as we move from six- to five-day delivery, we would put some incentive money to move people along. It’s critical for us to move the headcount down. But at the same time, we’ve got a lot of non-career people on the that are less expensive to work with but they’re also younger people. And if we — if we had to take them off of workforce, they would end up unemployed and I don’t want to do that.”

By asserting that the mail carrier plans to proceed with incentives, Donahoe appeared to go beyond previous statements by USPS officials. At the same time, he seemed to tie incentives to the Postal Service’s getting a green light to eliminate Saturday mail delivery and take other controversial economy moves. Asked later for clarification, USPS spokesman Mark Saunders said “we’re in discussions with our union and management associations on the incentive issue and have nothing to announce at this time.”

And lest anyone need a reminder, congressional resistance to much of the Postal Service’s downsizing agenda remains fierce. In a bipartisan letter to House leaders released yesterday, for example, more than 100 lawmakers voiced opposition to five-day delivery and closing rural post offices.

“We recognize the need for USPS to restructure its business model,” they wrote, “but believe that we must not be rushed into false choices which could accelerate the decline of the Postal Service, with negative impacts both for our constituents and the trillion-dollar private sector mailing industry which depends on the Postal Service.”

Tags: ,

Postal bill stalls in the Senate

Bookmark and Share

The Senate took a surprise first vote on postal legislation today. The result: Lawmakers probably won’t be trying again before mid-April.

The bill is the 21st Century Postal Reform Act (S.1789); the vote, which came this afternoon, was on a procedural “cloture” motion to see if supporters could muster the 60 votes needed to move forward with debate. As it turned out, they couldn’t. The motion picked up only 51 votes, with most Democrats voting in favor and most Republicans opposed.

The Senate hadn’t been expected to take up the bi-partisan bill until tomorrow at the earliest. Why lawmakers proceeded today was the subject of two schools of thought. By one reading, Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Ct., and the measure’s co-sponsors wanted to gauge the level of support as they keep negotiating with other lawmakers on crucial details. By another, majority Democrats simply wanted to get off debate on a separate measure to repeal oil and gas industry tax breaks because it was giving Republicans an opportunity to highlight high prices at the pump. Whatever the motive, the postal bill’s backers may have some work to do.

In a statement afterwards, Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat and co-sponsor, said he looked forward to the Senate considering the legislation after lawmakers return from an Easter/Passover break the week of April 16.

“I don’t think this vote accurately reflects senators’ feelings on the legislation, though,” Carper said. “In fact, it’s clear that the bill enjoys support from senators on both sides of the aisle who recognize that we must act quickly if we hope to save this American institution.”

If signed into law, the bill would let the U.S. Postal Service tap surplus pension fund contributions to offer buyouts and early retirement incentives to up to 100,000 USPS employes. Here’s a link to an official synopsis that lists the measure’s other highlights.

Tags: ,

Senate action on U.S. Postal Service measure delayed

Bookmark and Share

The great Senate debate on postal overhaul legislation ain’t happening—definitely not today and possibly not until mid-April, after lawmakers return from a two-week spring break. Instead, the Senate is poised to lock horns for a while on a bill to repeal oil and gas industry tax breaks.

That’s not what many folks were expecting. In fact, dickering on the postal measure sponsored by Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Ct., was reportedly continuing as late as this morning. The plan was this: Late this afternoon, the Senate would first take a procedural vote on whether to debate the oil and gas tax repeal legislation. That motion would fail in the face of Republican opposition and lawmakers would move on to the postal bill.

But Republicans—deciding that they would love the chance to talk about energy when gas is around $4-a-gallon—voted in favor of going ahead with the oil and gas legislation. For now, that means the Lieberman postal bill likely won’t come up until Wednesday at the earliest, a spokeswoman said. And with senators set to leave for the two-week “state work period” for Easter and Passover that kicks off next Monday, it could well be the week of April 16 before they get to it.

For readers in need of a reminder on what the Lieberman bill would do, here’s a link to an official synopsis. (And don’t forget, FedLine noted last week that everything in the Senate is subject to change.)

 

Tags: ,

Postal Service and mail handlers heading into mediation

Bookmark and Share

For those keeping track of the three-ring show known as U.S. Postal Service labor negotiations, the National Postal Mail Handlers Union reports that a federally appointed mediator is now in place to help the two sides settle on a new contract. The mediation process can take 60 days; if it fails, the next step will likely be binding arbitration.

An impasse was declared in late January in the Postal Service’s contract talks with both the mail handlers union and the National Association of Letter Carriers. The NALC announced the appointment of a mediator last month. “We’re working hard,” President Fredric Rolando said in a statement today. “We’re committed to reaching an agreement through the mediation process.”

But the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association is already in arbitration. In an update posted earlier this month on its web site, the NRLCA reported that both sides had concluded their introductory cases before a three-member arbitration panel. As a matter of policy, USPS officials don’t publicly discuss labor negotiations. By the NRLCA’s telling, however, the Postal Service attempted to persuade the panel that its financial condition “requires dramatic actions to curb or reduce wages, COLA allowances, paid leave, health and other benefits that rural letter carriers and this union have worked hard to achieve.”

Tags: , , ,

American Postal Workers Union mounts new TV ad campaign

Bookmark and Share

The American Postal Workers Union has returned to national television with three new 30-second commercials. But unlike a softer-focus ad campaign that ran last summer, these spots have a definite target: the U.S. Postal Service’s downsizing agenda and, in particular, its plans to close or consolidate more than 220 mail processing plants.

If a Maine plant closes, “we would have to consider layoffs” because of increased mailing times, says the president of a Bangor company that produces billing statements, appointment reminders and other documents, in one ad. The other commercials suggest that the processing plant closures could slow delivery of mail-order prescription drugs and warn that the Postal Service wants to lop 100,000 jobs from its payroll overall.

“They’re going to be putting people out of work everywhere,” says Walt Gale, a retired USPS manager from Colorado.  “The American people depend on the Postal Service.”

The ads, which began airing last week on NBC, CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC, are set to run through May.  APWU spokeswoman Sally Davidow declined to give a dollar figure for the total buy, but in an email described it as “a significant amount.”

The timing is no accident. Late last month, the Postal Service released the list of processing plants targeted for demise by next year; meanwhile, the Senate could soon take up  legislation that would authorize the mail carrier to offer buyouts or early retirement incentives to up to 100,000 employees and relax requirements for funding retiree health care in advance. But while the legislation would make the Postal Service jump through a few more hoops before shutting post offices and mail plants, it wouldn’t bar such closures outright.

Union-backed proposals, however, by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and 26 Democratic senators would effectively prohibit large-scale plant closings for at least four years and also make it much harder to shutter rural post offices. The bill’s lead sponsor, Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., has not said where he stands on those proposed amendments, but postal observers see the tug-of-war as one reason that the bill–which was cleared for Senate floor action almost two months ago–has not yet been brought up for debate.

One final footnote: The bill’s co-sponsors include Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican from–yes–Maine.

 

 

 

 

Tags: , , ,

Hundreds of post offices dropped from U.S. Postal Service closure list

Bookmark and Share

Remember that U.S. Postal Service list of about 3,650 post offices under study for closure? The number is now closer to 3,270.

The reason: Since the original roster was released last July, 380 facilities have quietly been given a reprieve, according to the Postal Service.

In many cases, USPS officials decided that closing wasn’t feasible because there was no other post office within an acceptable distance. In other cases, they cited “negative community impact” or decided that closing wouldn’t be cost-effective, according to an official spreadsheet. Not surprisingly,one of the biggest gainers was Alaska, where 31 post offices have so far been spared, but many other states and the District of Columbia also had facilities come off the list.

And while congressional pressure has prompted the mail carrier to halt any actual P.O. closings until mid-May, the reviews continue, according to spokeswoman Sue Brennan, meaning that the list could shrink further.

“When we announced the moratorium,” Brennan said in an email, “we stated the established processes would continue.”

But changes are coming, according to Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, after the Postal Service got an earful from communities upset at the possibility of losing their post offices.

“We’ll soon be issuing a framework for a revised retail strategy that we hope will accommodate many of the concerns that we have heard,” Donahoe said at Thursday’s Board of Governors meeting. “Especially in rural communities where we have a lot of low-activity post offices.”

Incidentally, FedLine got some feedback, too, from readers interested in seeing the entire list of post offices that have–at least for now–come off the closing review list. Your wish is our command, so here it is, broken down by state:

 

Office State ZIP
ALEKNAGIK AK 99555
SKWENTNA AK 99667
NONDALTON AK 99640
CROOKED CREEK AK 99575
KALTAG AK 99748
RED DEVIL AK 99656
STEVENS VILLAGE AK 99774
WHITE MOUNTAIN AK 99784
EKWOK AK 99580
CLARKS POINT AK 99569
WALES AK 99783
BETTLES FIELD AK 99726
ANVIK AK 99558
MANLEY HOT SPRINGS AK 99756
TYONEK AK 99682
SLEETMUTE AK 99668
KOYUKUK AK 99754
CLEAR AK 99704
SHAGELUK AK 99665
CHITINA AK 99566
BEAVER AK 99724
LEVELOCK AK 99625
POINT BAKER AK 99927
NIKOLSKI AK 99638
KOBUK AK 99751
CIRCLE AK 99733
HUGHES AK 99745
KARLUK AK 99608
MINTO AK 99758
PLATINUM AK 99651
LAKE MINCHUMINA AK 99757
WEST END AL 35211
WOODLAWN AL 35212
EAST GADSDEN AL 35903
FORESTDALE AL 35214
WESTSIDE AL 36108
BAYSIDE AL 36605
MIDFIELD AL 35228
PRINCETON AL 35766
FURMAN AL 36741
MELLWOOD AR 72367
ROSSTON AR 71858
WITTS SPRINGS AR 72686
KNOBEL AR 72435
EVANSVILLE AR 72729
ASHER AR 72204
NEWHOPE AR 71959
MONTROSE AR 71658
OAKLAND AR 72661
SAINT PAUL AR 72760
WASHINGTON AR 71862
TURRELL AR 72384
OTTER CREEK AR 72210
HOT SPRINGS PARK STATION AR 71901
CARTHAGE AR 71725
PELSOR AR 72856
COLUMBUS AR 71831
BLUE AZ 85922
WIKIEUP AZ 85360
SASABE AZ 85633
SUPAI AZ 86435
OATMAN AZ 86433
MOUNT LEMMON AZ 85619
CLIPPER MILLS CA 95930
SAN BERNARDINO MO WINDOWS CA 92403
LAGUNA WOODS MOBILE UNIT CA 92637
DOWNTOWN ONTARIO CA 91762
PALA VISTA ANNEX CA 92084
PASKENTA CA 96074
MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPO CA 92140
EASTMONT CA 94605
OLD STATION CA 96071
VICTORIA COURT CA 93101
TWIN BRIDGES CA 95735
YOSEMITE LODGE CA 95389
WASHINGTON CA 95986
ALLEGHANY CA 95910
EAST BAKERSFIELD CA 93305
BYRON RUMFORD CA 94612
FISH CAMP CA 93623
BRANSON CO 81027
PARADOX CO 81429
HOEHNE CO 81046
JAROSO CO 81138
PITKIN CO 81241
SARGENTS CO 81248
GATEWAY CO 81522
MAYBELL CO 81640
RICO CO 81332
RAND CO 80473
BARNUM CT 06605
WESTVILLE CT 06515
ALLINGTOWN CT 06516
TECHWORLD DC 20001
FORD STATION DC 20515
KALORAMA DC 20009
LAMMOND-RIGGS STATION DC 20011
BRIGHTWOOD DC 20011
LONGWORTH STATION DC 20515
TEMPLE HEIGHTS DC 20009
PENTAGON DC 20301
FLORENCE VILLA FL 33881
MELBOURNE BEACH FL 32951
PRODUCE FL 33610
DAY FL 32066
SALEM FL 32356
MIDTOWN FL 33705
DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN FL 34787
LAKE FOREST FL 32208
CASCADE HEIGHTS GA 30311
THE ROCK GA 30285
FARGO GA 31631
WEST END GA 30310
LAKEWOOD GA 30315
NORTHLAKE GA 30345
PEACHTREE CENTER GA 30303
DE SOTO GA 31743
CHESTNUT MOUNTAIN GA 30502
KALAUPAPA HI 96742
ARBON ID 83212
CALDER ID 83808
OLA ID 83657
ELLIS ID 83235
HAMER ID 83425
HOWE ID 83244
ALMO ID 83312
DESMET ID 83824
CLAYTON ID 83227
YELLOW PINE ID 83677
LOVEJOY IL 62059
CANAAN IN 47224
DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR KY 40211
SHELBY KY 40217
AUSTIN KY 42123
FORT THOMAS KY 41075
AIR MAIL FACILITY KY 40221
JEFFERSON LA 70501
AVERY ISLAND LA 70513
BYWATER LA 70117
POINTE A LA HACHE LA 70082
INCOMING MAIL CTR NORTH MA 02150
CUTTYHUNK MA 02713
DRUID MD 21217
EWELL MD 21824
CARROLL MD 21229
WAVERLY MD 21218
HENDERSON MD 21640
CLIFTON EAST END MD 21213
LAVALE MD 21504
WALBROOK MD 21216
CHEVY CHASE MD 20815
ANNAPOLIS DDU MD 21401
BETTERTON MD 21610
WEST FORKS ME 04985
STONEHAM ME 04231
MATINICUS ME 04851
TOPSFIELD ME 04490
WESTFIELD ME 04787
CUMBERLAND MI 48601
STRATHMOOR MI 48227
SOUTHWEST CARRIER ANNEX MI 48910
KINGSFORD BRANCH MI 49802
LIVERNOIS MI 48210
POINTE AUX PINS MI 49775
SENEY MI 49883
BRIGHTMOOR MI 48223
COVINGTON MI 49919
IDLEWILD MI 49642
JOYFIELD MI 48228
HIGHLAND PARK MI 48203
SEVEN OAKS STA MI 48235
PONEMAH MN 56666
SQUAW LAKE MN 56681
LOWRY AVENUE MN 55411
RIVERVIEW MN 55107
LIVONIA MO 63551
HICKMAN MILLS MO 64134
LEONARD MO 63451
SCHLATER MS 38952
DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS MS 39701
GATTMAN MS 38844
COHAGEN MT 59322
OTTER MT 59062
SURF CITY FIN NC 28445
BRYNN MARR NC 28546
CENTURY NC 27601
AMES AVENUE NE 68111
MIDTOWN NJ 07102
NETHERWOOD NJ 07062
WALLINGTON NJ 07057
ROSELLE NJ 07203
WOOD RIDGE NJ 07075
HANDY STREET NJ 08901
HILLSIDE NJ 07205
ROGERS NM 88132
PINON NM 88344
MULE CREEK NM 88051
MALJAMAR NM 88264
GARITA NM 88421
SUNSPOT NM 88349
HACHITA NM 88040
MILNESAND NM 88125
WINSTON NM 87943
AMISTAD NM 88410
MONTICELLO NM 87939
ALAMEDA NM 87114
NEWKIRK NM 88431
LOCO HILLS NM 88255
YESO NM 88136
HOLLYWOOD NM 88345
OROGRANDE NM 88342
WATROUS NM 87753
TUSCARORA NV 89834
BAKER NV 89311
HOLLISWOOD NY 11423
MELCOURT NY 10451
SANDFORD STA NY 10550
ARVERNE NY 11692
ROCKAWAY BEACH NY 11693
ELTINGVILLE FINANCE NY 10312
YONKERS SOUTH NY 10705
BRIGHTON FINANCE NY 11235
EINSTEIN NY 10475
RESTORATION PLAZA NY 11216
SUNSET NY 11220
GRAND NY 11103
MUNICIPAL FINANCE NY 11201
HUNTS POINT NY 10474
ROSEDALE NY 11422
FIELDSTON NY 10463
NEW WINDSOR NY 12553
ROOSEVELT ISLAND NY 10044
STADIUM NY 10452
OVINGTON NY 11220
COLVIN ELMWOOD NY 13205
CASTLE HILL NY 10462
WEST FARMS NY 10460
SOUTH ARLINGTON OH 44306
TROTWOOD OH 45426
WPAFB UNIT 3 OH 45433
ERIEVIEW OH 44199
KENMORE OH 44314
TOWER CITY RETAIL OH 44113
UNIVERSITY FINANCE OH 43210
WHITEHALL OH 43213
PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR OH 45417
WHITEHALL FINANCE UNIT OH 43213
NORTH HILL OH 44310
SOUTH COLUMBUS OH 43207
PUBLIC SQUARE OH 44114
CROMWELL OK 74837
LEFLORE OK 74942
SHARON OK 73857
MARBLE CITY OK 74945
BATTIEST OK 74722
RINGOLD OK 74754
SNOW OK 74567
FAIRMONT OK 73736
KENEFIC OK 74748
WEST TULSA OK 74107
DAISY OK 74540
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR OK 73111
BROMIDE OK 74530
MUSE OK 74949
ADEL OR 97620
PAULINA OR 97751
BROTHERS OR 97712
DURKEE OR 97905
POST OR 97752
SENECA OR 97873
ANTELOPE OR 97001
UNITY OR 97884
CRANE OR 97732
DREWSEY OR 97904
UKIAH OR 97880
IMNAHA OR 97842
OXBOW OR 97840
AGNESS OR 97406
HARPER OR 97906
RILEY OR 97758
SUMMER LAKE OR 97640
AROCK OR 97902
JAMIESON OR 97909
FORT ROCK OR 97735
B FREE FRANKLIN PA 19106
SMOKERUN PA 16681
OVERBROOK PA 19151
SOUTHSIDE PA 18015
ARTEMAS PA 17211
DRIFTWOOD PA 15832
EAST FALLS PA 19129
CENTRAL STATION WASHINGTON PA 15301
SCHUYLKILL PA 19146
WEST PARK PA 19131
TAYLOR PA 18517
SPRING GARDEN PA 19122
CASTLE FINANCE PA 19148
DOVER PA 17315
MANAYUNK PA 19127
BLAIRS MILLS PA 17213
EAST GERMANTOWN PA 19138
DOWNTOWN LANCASTER PA 17603
ROXBOROUGH POSTAL STORE PA 19128
STUMP CREEK PA 15863
WEST MARKET PA 19139
KINGSESSING PA 19143
SHARPSBURG PA 15215
COOKSBURG PA 16217
GATEWAY CENTER PA 15222
WYLIE PA 15219
STEELTON PA 17113
BELLEVUE PA 15202
ROARING BRANCH PA 17765
HAZELWOOD PA 15207
FOURTH AVENUE PA 15222
ALLEGHENY PA 15212
FAIRMOUNT FINANCE STATION PA 19130
NETC STATION RI 02841
ANNEX FINANCE STATION RI 02903
SHAW A F B SC 29152
PLEASANTBURG SC 29606
NAVAL AIR STATION MEMPHIS TN 38054
FRAYSER TN 38127
EIDSON TN 37731
SALTILLO TN 38370
AUBURNTOWN TN 37016
FIVE POINTS TN 38457
BATH SPRINGS TN 38311
MALLORY TN 38109
HIGHLAND PARK TN 37404
LUTTS TN 38471
CHESTNUT MOUND TN 38552
MILLERSVIEW TX 76862
GUTHRIE TX 79236
DENVER HARBOR TX 77020
MARTIN LUTHER KING TX 77051
CAMPBELLTON TX 78008
TALPA TX 76882
PARK PLACE TX 77017
TWO HOU CNTR FIN U TX 77010
POLYTECHNIC TX 76105
EOLA TX 76937
VERNON UT 84080
HANKSVILLE UT 84734
GARRISON UT 84728
OLD TOWN UT 84060
DUTCH JOHN UT 84023
PARK VALLEY UT 84329
MONTEBELLO VA 24464
CUSTOMHOUSE VA 23514
SOUTHSIDE VA 23224
PARKVIEW VA 23605
SYRIA VA 22743
LANGLEY AFB VA 23665
HOOD VA 22723
DEERFIELD VA 24432
MONTPELIER STATION VA 22957
LAFAYETTE VA 23509
WILLIAMSVILLE VA 24487
PHOEBUS VA 23663
CAPITOL VA 23219
GIFFORD WA 99131
ROOSEVELT WA 99356
LAURIER WA 99146
DISHMAN WA 99212
STEHEKIN WA 98852
SEAFIRST WA 98154
HOOPER WA 99333
LEBAM WA 98554
SKYWAY WA 98178
WALDRON WA 98297
HILLYARD WA 99217
MID CITY WI 53208
DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR WI 53212
PARKLAWN WI 53216
HAMPTON WI 53218
EDGARTON WV 25672
STEPHENSON WV 25928
WILSONDALE WV 25699
CAPITOL STA WY 82001

Tags: ,