TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-The cut of Saturday mail caused local Topekans to rally Sunday afternoon.
A group called "Concerned Citizens of Kansas" rallied at 29th and Wanamaker.
The postal service is planning to end the six-day mail service, which means the Saturday mail service will be cut.
Rally supporters say they want to protect Saturday mail delivery and demand that congress deliver a new plan for the postal service.
"It's important for a lot of reasons; one, we're talking about delaying the mail an extra day and that could be a big issue for ,again, rural communities which that is what they depend on," said Karen Lewis, Branch 10 President.
Rally supporters also say that keeping the six-day mail will help postal service workers maintain their full time jobs.
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