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Last post 10-26-2007 2:35 PM by Michelle Buchholz. 4 replies.
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  • 10-23-2007 12:58 PM

    Zip Code Change

    This is for anyone in the new york area. The zip code 10021 was changed into three separate codes as of July 1st. We just ran an NCOA update that I thought might take care of the change but it looks like it did not. The breakdown is as follows: 10065: East 61st Street through East 68th Street 10021: East 69th Street through East 76th Street 10075: East 77th Street through East 80th Street Would you suggest just querying on these addresses and doing a global change? Any other suggestions? Thanks, Keith Tramantano Assistant Manager, Development Operations The Jewish Museum
  • 10-23-2007 3:34 PM In reply to

    • Nicole McMorrow
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    Zip Code Change

    Thanks. This is useful information for everyone who has NY addresses in their database, whether in NY or not. Nicole D. McMorrow Database Administrator Women's Foundation of California 340 Pine St., Ste. 302 San Francisco, CA 94104 www.womensfoundca.org [Email Removed]
    Nicole Decouzon McMorrow
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  • 10-24-2007 8:50 AM In reply to

    • Michelle Buchholz
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    Zip Code Change

    I am not very familiar with the NY area (sorry)... however, we do have constituents residing on Madison Ave. with a zip code of 10021. Does this change also effect Madison Ave.?
  • 10-26-2007 1:46 PM In reply to

    • Mara Chan
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    Zip Code Change

    I used the usps.com website to check whether addresses I had in the 10021 zip code were affected by this change. At the top left of the web page, there is a link for "find a zip code".
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  • 10-26-2007 2:35 PM In reply to

    • Michelle Buchholz
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    Zip Code Change

    Thank you for the advice. I just did the same and corrected the constituents effected by the zip code change. [i]--- Edited at 10/26/2007 2:36:01 PM by Michelle [/i]
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