This Show Is Never Going To End


April 26, 2023

Dan Stevens

Helios made a presentation to the Board of two firms interested in opening a Letter of Intent to purchase Walnut Acres.

The Stephenson County Board's April meeting never even really got started before the fireworks began to sparkle over the same issue that has been plaguing the Board for more than ten years – the Nursing Home.

Everything started with the Consent Agenda – which is typically the least controversial element of any meeting – but the motion was made to pull out the Nursing Home Payables of $219,719.09 and make them go to the Finance Committee for payment when funds become available as prioritized by the Finance Committee.

The reason behind the move was because the Nursing Home, while TCM...

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