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This map shows Bank of America's diminishing footprint in Baltimore City between 2006 and 2017. The branches in blue are current branches. Red branches have been closed. The purple branch in northwest Baltimore will close on 9/12/2017.
In early September, Bank of America will shut the doors of its Reisterstown Plaza branch for good. This will be the eighth Baltimore branch that Bank of America has closed in the last 10 years, even though Bank of America holds 40% of Baltimore’s deposits – the largest share of any bank in the City.
If we submit a letter to Bank of America’s regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), showing that the upcoming branch closure will have a negative impact on the surrounding community, the regulator will convene a hearing with Bank of America officials, community members, and others to discuss how to serve the banking needs of the community.
Can you sign onto this letter to the OCC demanding a hearing on Bank of America’s disinvestment in Baltimore? You can sign as an individual or on behalf of your organization or community group.
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