Requests by three credit unions to serve a four-county, 850,000-resident area in upstate New York were denied Thursday.

The National Credit Union Administration ruled that $274 million-asset Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Kingston; $1 billion-asset Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union; and $76 million-asset TEG Federal Credit Union, both of Poughkeepsie, had failed to prove that the four-county area is a single, integrated community.

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