WASHINGTON -- In a step toward restructuring, the agency that oversees the Federal Home Loan Bank system directed its members to begin preparing for public forums this fall.

In a letter, federal housing commissioner Nicolas P. Retsinas asked each of the 12 district banks to hold discussions with member institutions on three issues: the system's contribution to housing and community development lending, its capacity to support community lenders, and system restructuring.

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