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CLEVELAND POST OFFICE BOOSTS CITY'S ECONOMY

 CLEVELAND POST OFFICE BOOSTS CITY'S ECONOMY
 CLEVELAND, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cleveland Post Office, a part


of the Cleveland Division of the U.S. Postal Service, put $345,213,000 into the local economy of Northeastern Ohio relative to employee salary and benefit costs in fiscal year 1991. An additional $27,853,000 in non-personnel costs, such as rent, fuel, etc., and $6,895,000 in capital expenditures and salary and benefit cost payouts allow local businesses, financial institutions and educational facilities to thrive through the buying power of the Postal Service and its employees.
 The Cleveland Division is one of 73 U.S. Postal Service divisions across the country with a workforce of more than 8,000 employees. W.J. Dillman is the Field Division General Manager/Postmaster of the Cleveland Division, which is composed of 429 post offices in 20 counties and includes the areas of Youngstown, Steubenville, Akron, Canton, Lorain and Elyria.
 Salary and benefit expenditures in FY '91 for the Akron area totalled $142,309,000 and $74,537,000 was the total figure for the Youngstown area.
 In addition to the daily delivery and collection of mail, the Postal Service offers the public such services as parcel post, insurance, meter postage, contract post offices, special handling, walk-up and drive-thru postal centers, ZIP+4, Express and Priority Mail, Intelpost and the acceptance passport applications.
 "I am confident that the Cleveland Post Office, through our innovative, dedicated and competitive workforce, will meet the challenges of FY '92," Dillman explained.
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