A recall move against five board members in the wake of a dropped merger bid at St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union failed last week.

The St. Helens, Ore., credit union said more than 175 people of its 15,000 members attended a special meeting on Sept. 4 and that a total of 1,431 ballots were received.

The recall vote was scheduled after 492 signatures were collected. It called for the recall of  five of the seven board members: Marty Borrevik, Lea Chitwood, David Graham, Mike Hafeman and Richard Louie.

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