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Salt Lake Postal Service preparing for possible civil unrest this weekend

Bruce Bryant works to complete his taxes in the parking lot of the Downtown Salt Lake City Post Office on the final day for taxes to be mailed to the IRS. Photo by Scott G. Winterton/Deseret Morning News April 15, 2004. incense (Submission date: 04/15/2004)
The downtown Salt Lake City Post Office will close at noon on Saturday to prepare for possible civil unrest.
Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — The Postal Service said Friday it plans to take several measures to prepare for possible civil unrest as armed marchers are expected to rally Sunday at capitols across the country.

On Saturday, the Postal Service will close the Downtown Salt Lake City Post Office, 230 W. 200 South, at noon.

It will also temporarily remove four blue collection boxes in the downtown area to protect postal property, employees and the public.

The boxes that will be temporarily removed are located at 8 W. 100 South; 50 W. 200 South; and two at 4 S. Main.

Customers may find nearest collection boxes in service or post office locations on the Postal Service’s website at tools.usps.com/find-location.htm.