IOWA CITY, Iowa — A petition from more than 140 members of the University of Iowa Community Credit Union has prompted a new vote on changing the financial institution’s name to Optiva Credit Union.

For the second time since October, members will get the opportunity to vote Feb. 28 on whether to change the $523 million UICCU’s name to Optiva Credit Union. The name was chosen to better reflect the CU’s diverse membership beyond the University of Iowa, but some members have cried foul on the new moniker with claims ranging from allegations of questionable voting procedures to simply not liking the name.

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