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Updated: 07/16/2014 10:20:00AM

Door-to-door uptown mail delivery returns

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USPS maintenance worker Jerome Bell lowers a mail distribution center to the ghround before upending it to load on his truck Friday.

Mat Delaney/News-Journal


Jerome Bell unbolts mail distribution boxes from a concrete base Friday. The "cluster boxes" were installed on private property without permission of the landowner.

Mat Delaney/News-Journal


USPS maintenance worker Jerome Bell wrestles postal boxes onto his truck Friday in the parking lot of a barbecue restaurant on East Interlake Boulevard.

By MAT DELANEY

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Traditional mail delivery has returned to businesses along East Interlake Boulevard and North Main Avenue in Lake Placid. Controversial mail distribution centers, commonly called “cluster boxes”, were removed Friday.

One of the multiple sets of cluster boxes was on the front porch of the Highlands County Health Department on North Main Avenue; the second was in the parking lot at the Smoke Shack BBQ restaurant on East Interlake Boulevard.

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