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FEDERAL OF RESERVE N E W BANK YO RK r Circular No. 6 7 5 2 ~ | June 23, 1971 J L — State of Wyoming Assigned to Denver Branch of Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City — Colorado and Wyoming Regional Check-Clearing Facility To the Member Banks and Nonmember Clearing Banks o f the Second Federal Reserve D istrict; Effective July 6, 1971, the State of Wyoming, now a part of the territory served by the Omaha Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, has been assigned to the Denver Branch of that Bank. To facilitate the transfer, our Head Office and Buffalo Branch will immediately route all checks drawn on banks in Wyoming to the Denver Branch, and all direct-sending banks are requested to do so also. The routing symbol for all Wyoming banks will be changed from 1063 to 1023, except that the routing symbol for banks located in Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming, will be changed to 1070 because those banks participate in a Colorado and Wyoming regional check-clearing facility. The routing symbol for the Colorado banks that participate in the regional check-clearing facility will also be 1070; a list of such Colorado banks will be furnished upon request. Credit will be given by our Head Office two calendar days after receipt and by our Buffalo Branch one calendar day after receipt for cash items bearing routing symbol 1070, or the routing symbols that this new symbol will replace, and received at our Head Office or Buffalo Branch in accordance with the provisions of our Operating Circular No. 5 and its Appendixes. Enclosed are copies of the First Supplements to Appendixes No. 1 and No. 2 of our Operating Circular No. 5, reflecting these changes in credit availability. A lfred H ayes, President.