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State officials to meet concerning Holly Place

February 10, 2005|by TAMELA BAKER

ANNAPOLIS - Members of the Washington County Delegation to the General Assembly will meet in Annapolis this morning with representatives of Holly Place, the Office on Aging and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to discuss options for residents of the senior assisted living homes on South Potomac Street in Hagerstown, according to Delegation Chairman Christopher B. Shank.

Holly Place and Holly Place North, which house about 30 clients, announced last week that they would close in March because of financial constraints.

The two homes employ 22 workers. Changes in Medicaid waivers for clients had caused the financial problems for the homes, officials for Senior Living Alternatives Inc. said.

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