Workers for Hilger Construction, out of Tacoma, move parts of scaffolding that will soon encase the historic Post Office and Customs House in Port Townsend. The building, constructed in 1892, is undergoing a months-long preservation project to replace aging and nonfunctioning windows. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Workers for Hilger Construction, out of Tacoma, move parts of scaffolding that will soon encase the historic Post Office and Customs House in Port Townsend. The building, constructed in 1892, is undergoing a months-long preservation project to replace aging and nonfunctioning windows. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend post office project

Workers for Hilger Construction, out of Tacoma, move parts of scaffolding that will soon encase the historic Post Office and Customs House in Port Townsend. The building, constructed in 1892, is undergoing a months long preservation project to replace aging and nonfunctioning windows.

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