Reflecting diverse priorities, the CEOs of two New England credit unions, James Blake and John Dwyer, expect to give the Federal Reserve an earful next week drawn from differing agendas-one on mortgage lending and the other on Fed access.

Both Blake, the president/CEO of the $1.8 billion HarborOne FCU of Brockton Mass., and John Dwyer, president/CEO of the $800 million New England FCU of Williston, Vt., are participating in the inaugural meeting of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s newly created Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council next Tuesday at offices of the Boston Fed.

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