Installed in front of the first house in Raleigh’s Oakwood North neighborhood, this mailbox will likely never receive a letter. The U.S. Postal Service is requiring the neighborhood to use cluster mailboxes, a feature more common in apartment complexes.
Installed in front of the first house in Raleigh’s Oakwood North neighborhood, this mailbox will likely never receive a letter. The U.S. Postal Service is requiring the neighborhood to use cluster mailboxes, a feature more common in apartment complexes. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
Installed in front of the first house in Raleigh’s Oakwood North neighborhood, this mailbox will likely never receive a letter. The U.S. Postal Service is requiring the neighborhood to use cluster mailboxes, a feature more common in apartment complexes. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

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