Green Point Savings Bank revealed Tuesday that its depositors had only barely approved a plan to convert the nation's largest mutual thrift to public ownership.

The New York City thrift's management also rejected a request by the state banking regulator to extend today's deadline to buy stock issued under the conversion.

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