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Coast Capital checks out of White Rock

Coast Capital Savings is leaving White Rock.

Credit union officials announced the move to consolidate its 15241 Thrift Ave. site with that at nearby 1797 152 St. to members last month, and the branch's last day of business in White Rock is to be Friday, May 18.

According to details in a March 23 letter from White Rock branch manager Freda Kopp, the two sites, located five blocks apart, serve largely the same geographic area, "and as a small and growing company, Coast Capital has to make careful choices about how best to allocate our limited resources."

Many staff from the White Rock branch are to transition to the Semiahmoo location, which is open Monday to Saturday and offers all the same services, Kopp states.

A welcome event will be held once the move is complete.

South Surrey sites in Ocean Park and Grandview Corners are to remain open.

For more information, call 604-517-7000.

 

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