LOS ANGELES - Several of the discretionary depositors in the San Diego County, Calif., investment pool will decide this week whether to abandon the sagging fund following the disclosure of a $357 million decline in value.

About 30 special districts in the $3.0 billion fund will confer today to elect representatives and develop a consensus before a schedule meeting tomorrow with county treasurer-tax collector Paul Boland, who has asked all 150 depositors to remain in the pool or risk a "run on the bank."

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