It may be nothing, but worth noting in case it is something:
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has postponed a public meeting for Wednesday that was intended to answer questions about the recent closure of the Bank of Clark County.
The meeting was to have been held at Skyview High School, near Vancouver.
FDIC officials plan to hold the meeting at a later date, said Anne Butler, a former bank employee who is working for the FDIC since the bank closure.
Readers may recall that some depositors were tipped off about the impending problems at the bank, and well, others were not. Best anyone can tell that’s all legal, if not fair. Little old un-connected people didn’t seem to come out so well.
This town (Vancouver, WA) stinks to high heaven and I wouldn’t be surprised if we find out all sorts of interesting stuff someday. But that’s just a hunch. Most likely it will all go away in the end with a combination of fake “I’m sorries” and a bunch of mumbo-jumbo. The little old ladies who lost their uninsured deposits, you know, they’ll die sometime.