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Mechanics Bank Expanding To The Clear Fork Valley

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 6/12/2013

  Mechanics Bank will construct a new banking office to serve the Clear Fork Valley and has purchased a property on the southeast corner of Main and Ogle Streets in Bellville.

  Since that time, the property has been cleared of all existing structures and prepared for construction as work continues on the streetscape project along the perimeter of the property.

  "Since the initial announcement of the property purchace, we have been so enccouraged by our customers and the community of the Clear Fork Valley," state Deborah Schenk, Mechanics Bank President. "We are eager for construction to begin. Ultimately, this location will provide the opportunity to interact with our many existing Clear Fork Valley customers in ways that will be more convenient for them."

  The new location will create six jobs and marks the eighth Mechanics Bank location in Richland County.

  The Clear Fork Valley location will be the third new banking office for Mechanics in a four-year span, following the opening of the Trimble Road office in 2009 in Mansfield and the Shelby office in 2012.

  Mechanics Bank is Richland County's only independent, community bank with seven offices currently in Rcihland County.

   
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