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Dayspring Making Improvements With Levy Money

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 4/8/2014Your tax dollars are getting work done at the Richland County-owned Dayspring assisted living center. Voters passed a .4 mill, five-year levy last May, generating $2.2-million a year. Director Bill Cunning showed the Commissioners Tuesday the improvements that have been made so far with the extra revenue. They include lower cost and better quality meals, now served on plates instead of institutional trays. New stoves and ovens have been installed in the kitchen, the nurse's station has been remodeled with a new waiting area, and a bathroom has been remodeled. Cunning has more improvements to make at the historical residential care facility including the installation of new wheelchair ramps that meet current standards.
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