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U.S. Bank to leave only ATM in BC

U.S. Bank has no intention of opening up a new Boulder City branch anytime soon once the current one, located inside Vons, closes for good Friday.

“We do not have current plans to open another branch in this community,” said U.S. Bank spokesperson Amy Frantti.

However, according to Frantti, residents can use the U.S. Bank ATM inside Albertsons, 1008 Nevada Way.

The Boulder City branch is closing as a result of Pacific Northwest-based grocer Haggen acquiring Vons, which will be completed in the spring. According to Haggen spokesperson Deborah Pleva, Haggen wanted to keep U.S. Bank in the grocery store, but U.S. Bank declined to stay.

Pleva said Haggen also will operate the existing pharmacy as Haggen Pharmacy once the transition is finished. There will be a data conversion of all patient information, insurance and prescription history, she said.

Once the Boulder City U.S. Bank closes, the branch at 830 S. Boulder Highway, about 9 miles away, will be the closest for residents to use. The branch at 45 E. Horizon Ridge Parkway is about 10 miles away.

There are 11 U.S. Bank branches in Henderson.

Contact reporter Steven Slivka at sslivka@bouldercityreview.com or at 702-586-9401. Follow @StevenSlivka on Twitter.

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