WARNER ROBINS, Ga. – Robins FCU has set up a temporary facility to replace one of its branches that was demolished by a tornado. On August 29, the $850 million CU lost its Fort Valley branch after a Hurricane Katrina-related tornado swept through the area. The temporary facility, which will be housed in the parking lot of the former location, will have limited types of transactions and a drive-up ATM, according to the CU. The facility opened up on Sept. 26. Robins FCU President/CEO John Ruffin said the new Fort Valley branch will open in early 2006.

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