The Massachusetts Community and Banking Council a public-private partnership that announced a five-year, $400-million commitment to community development in 1990, reported that it had exceeded its goal. Some $514 million was generated, mostly in mortgages for low- and moderate-income residents; other money helped create housing, loans to minority enterprises, ATMs and even bank branches.
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