Limits lifted on unsecured loans for volunteers, electronic merger balloting among permitted new activities.
A group of 10 government employee credit unions is making headway in finding new sites after they were evicted by Missouri DOT last year.
A group of 10 government employee credit unions, caught in a bitter standoff a year ago with the Missouri Department of Transportation and forced to relocate because of a state budget squeeze, is making headway this month finding new sites, with one CU rebranding and opting for a community...
To hear the lament of the Missouri Credit Union Association, it was a "bolt out of the blue" when the state highway agency last week notified 10 small credit unions that they must vacate their offices by Sept. 30.
In a move apparently traced to the state's budget shortfall, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission voted this week to sever ties and fire employees at 10 small credit unions located in district offices across the state.