Mark Kocinski, a postal worker for 23 years who has been in Lexington the last 16, joined others as part of a nationally-organized protest against planned changes in delivery times and closings of post offices and mail-processing centers.
Mark Kocinski, a postal worker for 23 years who has been in Lexington the last 16, joined others as part of a nationally-organized protest against planned changes in delivery times and closings of post offices and mail-processing centers. Herald-Leader
Mark Kocinski, a postal worker for 23 years who has been in Lexington the last 16, joined others as part of a nationally-organized protest against planned changes in delivery times and closings of post offices and mail-processing centers. Herald-Leader

Postal protesters urge keeping faster mail, Lexington processing plant

November 14, 2014 05:16 PM

UPDATED November 15, 2014 07:38 AM

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