Two announcements last week in the Ulster County banking community brought the latest local developments in the fierce struggle between America’s national banks and its community banks. Rondout Savings Bank announced a new CEO and president, Cheryl Bowers, the first woman to hold the position in the local bank’s 150-year history. And Bank of America announced it would be closing its Woodstock branch next April . . .
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