In compliance with orders from the New York City's Office of Emergency Management, the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions announced it has closed its offices today.
“In preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, the mayor of New York City has ordered the closing of public schools, the shutdown of the mass transportation system and issued evacuation orders to more than 375,000 people in low-lying areas of the city,” the organization said.
“Today's closing is in accordance with the Federation's business continuity and disaster recovery plan. Also under that plan, our stationed Federation staff will be able to answer phone calls at their respective extensions. New York City-based staff who are equipped and have power will be working remotely and responding to member inquiries via email,” the National Federation added.
Also in New York, the $1.8 billion, 340,000-member Municipal Credit Union said on its website that it was closed today but that members continue to have access to their accounts through its ATMs and online banking.
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