[Talk-us] San Diego Address Import Update

Hans De Kryger hans.dekryger13 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 03:55:23 UTC 2015


Thanks tod i really appreciate your help.
On Nov 9, 2015 8:43 PM, "Richard Welty" <rwelty at averillpark.net> wrote:

> On 11/9/15 8:23 PM, Tod Fitch wrote:
> > Perhaps true in general, but in this specific case the administrative
> boundary for San Diego (1) is quite a long way from the post office in Pine
> Valley (2)(3) and the Pine Valley post office is most likely to have a
> postal name of “Pine Valley” as displayed on the front of the building
> (right next to the restaurant I ate in last week and I saw it). And the
> post office is in the administrative boundary for Pine Valley (4). (I was
> wrong earlier in assuming that there was no administrative boundary for
> Pine Valley.)
> >
> maybe but i would do some more research before making an assumption.
> i'm aware of many postal city addresses that are in different counties
> than the
> "real" cities and i believe there are at least 4 cases where postal
> delivery
> crosses state lines.
>
> richard
>
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