The Reston branch of the U.S. Post Office has finally been plowed and will be open for business Wednesday.
Reston residents should expect home mail delivery Wednesday.
The branch had been closed since Saturday, when a blizzard dumped nearly three feet of snow on Reston. There has been no residential delivery Friday as delivery trucks were snowbound in the parking lot.
A private contractor is responsible for plowing the lot of the building on Sunset Hills Road.
Rep. Gerry Connolly’s office was alerted by a Reston resident to the plow’s no-show. Connolly’s office got involved, and the parking lot was plowed.
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