Rochester, N.Y. - Four local post offices are among the thousands nationwide that are being studied for possible closure.
The U.S. Postal Service released an updated list Tuesday morning of 3,600 branches it may have to shutter to save money.
It includes the Federal branch that serves Rochester, the Livonia Center branch in Livingston County, the Morton branch in Orleans County, and the Java Village office in Wyoming County.
Most of the branches under review are in rural areas.
Leaders say they're also exploring alternative locations for branches, such as in businesses or town halls.
The postal service lost $8 billion last year.