It probably seemed like a good idea at the time.
When Westamerica Bancorp. in San Rafael, Calif., announced on Dec. 31 that it would close its branch in Upper Lake, management likely expected little controversy. Banks across the country have closed scores of branches as consumers shift transactions to mobile apps and websites.
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