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Small CT town receives national acclaim with unveiling of Arrigoni Bridge stamps

MIDDLETOWN — Richard Keithan grew up very close to where the majestic and iconic Arrigoni Bridge towers over Route 9 and the surrounding community.

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Now accepting letters!

Watch the video above to learn how to send a letter to Santa.

Letters are available to adopt on November 20th

Postal History- Santa Letters -The First Postal Policy: Return to Sender

Santa Claus became a popular figure in the United States following the publication of Clement Moore’s poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas” in 1823. Inspired by the poem, Cartoonist Thomas Nast created the modern image of Santa Claus in a series of illustrations in Harper’s Weekly beginning in the 1860s. Soon more and more children were writing letters to the jolly, red-suited fellow, telling him their Christmas wishes.

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Change of address services (COA)

 COA requests made at Post Offices are available at no cost.

USPS wants customers to know they may be paying too much for change of address (COA) services at non-postal websites. USPS has no relationships with non-postal sites that offer change of address. Some sites charge as much as $40 to register new addresses. Others charge nominal fees upfront before tacking on hefty charges later.


Consumers often find the sites while searching for change of address information online. Some sites falsely claim to be affiliated with the Postal Service. USPS charges $1.05 identity verification fee to process COA requests submitted online.


Customers who used a non-postal site to submit a change of address request and request a refund should be referred to the business that operates the site


Since the launch of the Postal Service mobile application (app), more than 4.6 million people have downloaded the app in its iPhone, Android and BlackBerry configurations. No matter the device, customers can use the app to track packages, find Post Office locations, calculate shipping prices, look up ZIP Codes, schedule pickups, order supplies or request hold mail services.


The iPhone application, released in December 2009, has been downloaded by 3.6 million customers and is ranked the 11th most popular free business application in the Apple App Store. The Android application, released in March 2011, has been downloaded about 900,000 times.


Each platform application has recorded millions of visits. Customers using the iPhone version are visiting USPS online more than 1 million times each week. Go to https://www.usps.com/mobile/info.htm   to get started.

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