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Dayspring Plans To Put Levy On May Ballot

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/22/2013

The Richland County assisted living center Dayspring plans to put a levy on the May 7th primary election ballot.

Director Bill Cunning told the commissioners Tuesday, it would be a .4-mill renewal plus a .4-mill new levy.

It would generate an estimated one-point-four- milliion dollars a year for five years, and allow for spending cuts to be restored.

That would include reinstating a nurse to third shift for around-the-clock resident care.

Cunning says the extra money would also pay for building maintenance, with the big need a more energy efficient replacement for a 20-year-old boiler.

The commissioners are asking the county auditor to certify the amount of money the millage would generate, and will vote to place it on the ballot this Thursday.

   
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