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Atlanta Fed address changes for paper items
WASHINGTON (1/30/14)--Starting Feb. 4--next Tuesday--all  paper items currently sent to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta should be sent to a new address.

The Fed Bank of Atlanta is closing the Defoor Hills mail processing facility.  The new address is:

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Attention: Check Operations
1000 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309-4470

This change affects items sent via mail, courier, or overnight delivery, and includes forward and return items, savings bonds, U.S. Treasury Department items, postal money orders, foreign items, over-the-counter on-us processing work, and paper adjustments.


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