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Posted by Randy on 2014/2/19 4:46:33 (616 reads) News by the same author

Directors of the Grundy county nursing home district have approved rates for apartments in the residential care facility addition.
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The rent will be 80 dollars per day for each of the four nearly 400 (397) square foot apartments and the rent is 95 dollars per day for the four larger, 450 square foot, apartments.

The Board voted to request a 300-dollar security deposit for all new tenants of the Sunnyview residential care facility. The security deposit will be refunded to tenants unless the deposit must be applied toward what are considered excessive apartment repairs.

Board members discussed that the RCF addition could be completed and ready for occupancy by April 1st. Thus, the nursing home board voted to begin accepting “room hold” deposits on the new apartments.

The Board also met Monday in closed session with no announcements.

The nursing home district Board of Directors will next meet March 17th at 3:30 in the conference room of the Administrator’s office of Sunnyview Nursing Home and Apartments.

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