There will be another meeting Tuesday for people who used to use the post office in Burlington.
The post office, located in Milam County, had been closed for about a year after the roof collapsed.
Postal Service spokesman Sam Bolen said the agency wants input on where customers would like a replacement to go.
He said the agency is looking at several options including just continuing to use the Rosebud location, or putting in a modular building.
"The consensus they got so far is a lot of people were happy with things. They thought we had just closed it. They didn't know we were looking at putting a replacement facility in," Bolen said.
The now-closed post office was on 14 Church Avenue in Burlington. He said many people starting using the Rosebud post office which is about five minutes away.
Bolen said the March 6 meeting will be the second meeting on the subject. It starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Rosebud Post Office at 206 N 5th Street.
Bolen said postal customers, including those who cannot go to the March 6 meeting, may submit written comments to the following address:
U.S. Postal Service Southern Facilities Service Office
c/o Damian Salazar, Real Estate Specialist
7800 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75247-4220
The Postal Service will consider all comments prior to making its final decision. All comments and recommendations received by April 7, 2018, will be considered.
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