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LOS ALAMOS, N.M. — Members of the New Mexico’s second largest state-chartered credit union failed to convince its board to reconsider changing its supervisory committee from being member elected to being board appointed.

The board of the $302 million Del Norte Credit Union had previously expelled the chairman of the supervisory committee and his wife from the credit union and made the Supervisory Committee bylaw change even though committee elections had already begun. Results for the supervisory committee elections which concluded April 27 were not announced at the CU’s May 7 annual meeting, according to members who attended.

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