WASHINGTON -- Marine Midland Bank will provide $15 million in loans during the next three years to residents of the Bronx and upper Manhattan as part of a settlement announced Oct. 17 of a Community Reinvestment Act complaint.

The $16.7 billion bank also will open a loan-production office in the south Bronx and will market its services in both English and Spanish.

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