Next week, the U.S. Postal Service will update a list of facilities it may close. While 750 branches are under review, about 200 are expected to close.
At the same time, the Postal Service looks to cut costs - by paying people to leave their job.
The Post Office is offering mail clerks and mail haulers $15,000 to leave their jobs. That's about 34,000 stamps.
Kent Bounous has worked for the Postal Service for 32 years - 20 years as a mail clerk. He stood behind the desk at the Munger branch at 13th and Oliver Friday afternoon. He is one of the people who could take the $15,000 and leave the job behind.
"It's up to the individual, it's what they decide," he said from the desk. "I'll get some information from the mail industry next month telling me where I'm at, and look it over and see."