ODESSA, Texas -- Members of the $115 million First Basin CreditUnion who opposed the CU's recent attempt to change to a mutualbank charter said they are fielding a slate of candidates for theboard.

"We are seeking information from the credit union about thenomination process and how we would be able to get our owncandidates," explained Letty Moreno, one of the members who opposedthe conversion and who founded the Save FirstBasin members group."We have members who want to run for the board and who would makegood board members."

Some of the information, like how many board members are up forelection this year and who they are, is pretty basic Morenoacknowledged but its not information the CU has made readilyavailable.

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