MAURICEVILLE, Texas — Mauriceville residents will be finally be able to use the post office again months after Imelda caused the postal service to temporarily close its doors. 

Customers have been using a 'Mobile Retail Unit' outside the post office building since the storm. They'll be able to use the post office again starting on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. 

'The building is now deemed safe for customers and employees to return,' according to a USPS news release. 

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From a United States Postal Service news release: 

On Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, full operations are expected to resume at the Mauriceville Post Office beginning at 8:30 a.m. The U.S. Postal Service previously suspended operations temporarily at the Mauriceville Post Office, due to Tropical Storm Imelda.

Customers had been receiving service via, a Mobile Retail Unit (MRA), located on the premises of the Post Office. The building is now deemed safe for customers and employees to return.

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