brad.neuhauser at gmail.com
Tue May 8 15:02:22 BST 2012
But in the US the administrative municipality for an address may be
different than the city that is used for mailing to that address, which is
regulated by the US Post Office (and I think tied to zip code). For
example, residences in villages or towns may have a larger city/town nearby
as their "mail city". Also, residences that are near the border of two
cities may live within the boundaries of one, but have their mailing
address be the other, due to where their post office is.
> In Virginia (US State), towns are governed by larger administrative
> bodies, namely counties. Cities, on the other hand, are independent of
> counties and on the same level in the administrative hierarchy as counties,
> even though they may be completely surrounded by a particular county.
> John F. Eldredge -- john at jfeldredge.com
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