HONOLULU — John Buhrmaster has a message for his fellow community bankers: it's time to consider raising fees on deposit accounts.

Buhrmaster, the president of Glenville Bank Holding (GLNV) and its First National Bank of Scotia, is the incoming chairman of the Independent Community Bankers of America. He will officially take the helm Tuesday at the trade group's annual conference here.

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