Heritage Oaks Bank gets bigger branch in Cambria

betling@thetribunenews.comMarch 5, 2014 

Heritage Oaks Bank moved from Tamson Drive in to what was the Bank of America building in East Village.

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Heritage Oaks Bank has moved from Tamson Drive to a new, centrally located Cambria branch office, more than doubling its floor space to 6,400 square feet.

Heritage Oaks is now in the former Bank of America building at 2255 Main St., next to Linn’s Restaurant in the East Village. From five to 12 employees will work at the new site, according to bank vice president Bill Raver. Branch manager Kristin Kearns and other employees remain. 

A large conference room is available for local nonprofit community organizations to hold meetings.

Bank of America closed its branch in November 2012. Heritage Oaks bought it in January 2013. Heritage Oaks, founded in Paso Robles in 1983, has 14 offices from Paso Robles to Ventura.


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