New York Credit Unions Shut Early
The $1.8 billion, 340,000-member Municipal Credit Union in New York City said it closed its branches, call center and corporate office at 3 p.m. Friday because of a blizzard the National Wather Service said is expected to generate up to 14 inches of snow and strong winds in the Big Apple.
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“The credit union will make a decision early tomorrow morning regarding whether or not its branches will be open or closed for Saturday business,” said MCU spokesperson Sherry Goldman. “Members can check the website for updates.”