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Issue of October 29, 2014
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print email Source: Editorial: Time for heart-to-heart in Spencer Twp.
Heart to Heart
October 24, 2013 | 10:26 AM

I agree that communication is key to this problem. We were told (at first meeting) by the trustee that no decision had been made to close the center when in reality, a letter had been mailed several days before the meeting to Lifespan terminating the contract. We were told not to speak at the second meeting. Several offers were made such as the seniors will pay more for their meal, individuals offered to pay the full cost of the electric bill for Nov and Dec. We spoke to two of the advisory board members personally making this offer. One called me back and said that all three members of the board were in agreement to accept that but the trustee and his wife said, "no contract with lifespan" It is hard to have a heart to heart under these type of circumstances.

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