WASHINGTON -- Any members of the $51 million K V Federal CreditUnion who are opposed to the credit union's proposed charter changeand merger with a local bank may find assistance from the NationalCooperative Business Association.

The NCBA, which considers itself "the lead national membershipassociation representing cooperatives of all types and in allindustries" stands ready to help any of KV's members who think theywould be better served by KV continuing as a cooperative, accordingto Adam Schwartz, vice president for public affairs for NCBA.

Schwartz said the association is looking into KV's proposedconversion and merger and is aware that there are members who haveexpressed dissatisfaction with the idea. None of them have yetcontacted the association, Schwartz said.

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