Central Pennsylvania credit unions were assessing propertydamage and getting back to normal Monday, reopening closed branchesas a result of last week's flooding.

Meanwhile, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association inrain-soaked Harrisburg, also a river town, said its phone and faxservice were still out today.

CUs across a wide swath of Pennsylvaniaused their websites to alert members to Friday and weekendclosings. The deluge included the Susquehanna River cresting at 42feet at Wilkes-Barre, topping a 1972 record.

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