According to Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal, an announcement is expected Thursday on the possible closing of some mail processing centers around the country.
Both are reporting the Postmaster General wants to close 252 of the nation's 487 mail processing centers and sell the properties.
The money would help the cash-strapped postal service lift itself out of the red.
If the Lexington processing center is closed, mail from central and eastern Kentucky would be sorted in Louisville. The change means mail would take longer to get to its destination.