Brown County Commissioners and City of Ainsworth Enter Into Interlocal Agreement to Establish and Operate a Nursing Home
At a meeting between the Brown County Commissioners and Ainsworth City Council on Tuesday, May 5th, the two governing entities entered into an interlocal agreement for the purpose to establish and operate a nursing home in Ainsworth, Nebraska, whether by leasing or by purchasing of existing assets of the Ainsworth Care Center, which may include building and/or personal property and/or licenses, or to build a new facility.
The governing body of the Joint Entity shall be a joint board referred to as the Ainsworth/Brown County Care Center Board (the “Board”), which shall consist of four representatives. Two representatives shall be appointed by resolution of the governing body of each Member (Ainsworth City Council and Brown County Commissioners). One representative of each member shall be an elected member of the governing body of the Ainsworth City Council and Brown County Commissioners. The other Brown County representative shall be chosen from the public and be a resident living outside the City of Ainsworth and the other representative shall be a resident of Ainsworth.
If interested in serving on the Joint Entity Board, if outside the City of Ainsworth contact any of the three Brown County Commissioners and if a resident ofthe City of Ainsworth contact a Council member or City Hall.
To view a pdf copy of the interlocal agreement, please click the link below.
Residents of the Ainsworth Care Center and family members received a letter from Deseret Health Group notifying them that the Ainsworth Care Center would closing and they had until May 26th to relocate.
Valentine Midland News
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