People on a Rapid City street who had mail delivery suspended will not have to go to the post office anymore to get their mail.
On Monday morning, a central delivery unit was placed on Montana Street.
In November, mail delivery to the neighborhood stopped after the dog at 108 Montana Street attacked a letter carrier. Even though the dog has been impounded, mail delivery service will not be restored.
"At least we don't have to stand in line and wait especially with the long lines now for Christmas, my goodness. So I guess we have to be happy with what we get," said Lucie Ronfeldt, who lives on the street.
The dog's owner, Ronald Cochran, was issued three tickets that included seven charges for violating a city code regarding a potentially dangerous animal ordinance. He will be arraigned in court on Tuesday.