Historic preservation was not the only imperative for Hoosac Bank when it turned an old Howard Johnson's restaurant into a financial center.

Hoosac also needed to comply with a state rule requiring banks to conduct insurance sales and retail banking in separate areas, and with federal guidelines that encourage banks to keep investment sales areas apart from areas where insured deposits are accepted.

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