In spite of a new housing development and population growth, Taylor's post office will operate for four hours instead of eight hours a day.
Darcy Uzdilla, the lone officer at the Post Office, says she's just glad it's not closing completely.
Pete Nowacki, with the U.S. Postal Service says they have been studying post offices across the country, and Taylor is one of several in North Dakota where they have decided to reduce window hours.
He says they decide to reduce hours based on the number of transactions and amount of revenue the offices bring in.
A meeting was scheduled in Taylor tonight to allow residents to ask questions.
Several business owners planned to speak out and raise their concerns.
"It would definitely be a big inconvenience for us we would have to run to another town and mail our items, especially when there's not a window there for anything that's certified that needed to go out and we need to be prompt with our mail, it would be a big inconvenience." says Judy Naumann/Dakota Community Bank.
Taylor's city auditor says the latest unofficial population count is around 212 people, up significantly the last year.
Nowacki says they will re-evaluate post office hours annually, and growth could possibly change the hours back.
For more information you can visit www.usps.com