Kingston post office deadline is Wed.

By: Amanda Brown Email
By: Amanda Brown Email

KINGSTON, OK--After today mail will no longer be forwarded to Kingston residents using their former address. In July residents were given a new 911 addresses to help better direct emergency services.

Marshall County 911 coordinator Deborah Pennypacker said residents need to make sure that senders know their new address. And not user their former rural route or HCR box number, because mail with old addresses will be sent back to the sender.


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  • by DONT LIKE THIS AT ALL Location: KINGSTON on Jul 18, 2012 at 10:52 PM
    this has been such a mess for everyone. why dont they leave well enough along. even the sheriff dept, ems, and fire depts. cant even find all these stupid addresses that they put out there. people have lived on roads that had the names change that was named a hundred years ago. these are land marks and then some one comes in and decides to mess up everything. how are we suspose to notify people that have our addresses from say 5 years ago and decide to send something out and then they send it back. just more government b.s. that is not necessary. and the woman that is doing all of this doesnt even know whats going on in the first place. do you think she can find all these stupid named roads. i dont think so. leave us alone in the country. oh and those inside kingston didnt have to change their names on streets. just out in the country.
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