Save Our La Jolla Post Office
Task Force established January 27, 2012

La Jolla Historical Society
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Saturday, January 25th 2014 - Pop-Up Rally
In front of our LA JOLLA POST OFFICE
9:30 am - 10 am.

Marking the 2nd Anniversary
of our efforts to keep our Post Office as it is, where it is.

There are successes to acknowledged and efforts to be renewed 
until Congress has issued a halt to the sale of historic post offices everywhere.

Dress in Red, White and Blue

Have some cake (designed by Girard Gourmet)

Mail a letter to Congressman Darrell Issa - asking him to stop the sale of our historic Post Office.

Stop by to find out what you can still do to save our post office.

POSTED on the door of our beloved Wall Street Post Office
on Friday, March 22, 2013:

We have formally appealed.
LJPO-Task Force Appeal Letter FINAL.doc
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In addition, Councilwoman Sherri Lightner, Mayor Bob Filner, Congressman Scott Peters, Congresswoman Susan Davis,
the La Jolla Village Merchants Association,
the Bird Rock Community Council,
and numerous private citizens have appealed separately.

Please continue to write, call & email your congressional representatives.


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JANUARY 2, 2013

La Jolla Post Office officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places!



 WHAT YOU CAN DO:  Mail a handwritten letter to Congressman Darrell Issa - asking him to support HR1016 the Post Office Relocation Act.  Passage of this legislation would allow a qualifying 501c3 non-profit to purchase the existing 1935 building from the USPS and lease back to the USPS the smaller space they are looking for in La Jolla.  This is a win-win proposition - and it will take congress to allow it.  

Congresswoman Susan Davis leads effort to help La Jolla keep its post office on Wall Street

La Jolla’s representative, Congresswoman Susan A. Davis, was joined by Reps. Brian Bilbray and Bob Filner in introducing legislation aimed at giving the La Jolla community the opportunity to hold onto its Wall Street Post office should the Postal Service follow through on plans to sell the historic building.