The timing may have been coincidental but this week's disclosurethat the $1.6 billion AppleFederal Credit Union of Fairfax, Va., has resigned from theVirginia Credit Union League and CUNA comes amidst discussion of amajor restructuring move by the state trade group includingrelocating its headquarters.

Official comment on the Apple departure linked to unhappinessover CUNA policy direction on the corporates was still forthcomingbut in the meantime CU executives across the state were conveningfor a series of town hall sessions this month to review long-termplans for the trade group.

Among various proposals being considered are moving the league'shistoric headquarters home from Lynchburg to Richmond — the statecapitol — revamping advocacy activities and reorganizing thechapter network perhaps along professional lines following the leadof other leagues.

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