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A city hearing concerning the future of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living facility was canceled Tuesday night, the same day an opinion in a lawsuit challenging the sale of the property was filed in Frederick County Circuit Court.

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Once again, Blaine Young has given false information about his attempt to sell Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and close Montevue Assisted Living (in the July 27 edition of The Frederick News-Post) for $8 million less than the county paid to build it two years ago.

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A challenge to the subdivision of county land home to Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living will continue through city government after an opinion in Frederick County Circuit Court.

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A Frederick County judge made clear Thursday that it is for a jury to decide whether the sale of the former Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living facilities violates a 186-year-old restrictive covenant.

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There must be days when commissioners Blaine Young, Kirby Delauter, Paul Smith and Billy Shreve feel like they’re the only people in the state who support the sale of Citizens Care and Rehabilitation and Montevue Assisted Living (although we doubt they’re too worried about it).

Even the three-member Board of Public Works — made up of the governor, comptroller and treasurer — is opposing the sale of the county-owned homes, issuing a letter to the Board of County Commissioners reminding them in no uncertain terms that any move to privatize the senior care centers must first win state approval.

Unfortunately — for the commissioners, anyway — the BPW’s executive secretary, Sheila McDonald, wrote to the county June 11 to remind it that it can’t hand over the front-door keys to Aurora Holdings VI LLC because of a $200,000 state grant.

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A decision made Monday by the city of Frederick's Planning Commission should mean that Frederick County can sell the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living property to a private company that just took over the centers' operations.

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This is to address recent opinion pieces in The Frederick News-Post that assert that by selling the Citizens-Montevue Assisted Living facility to Aurora Health Management, the county has abandoned its commitment to help poor seniors who need assistance. This is not correct. The Board of Coun…

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The prospective buyer of the county’s nursing and assisted living centers is continuing to lay the groundwork for a sale, but the changeover’s timing remains unclear to officials and facility employees.

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The creative genius of George Washington Carver was not just in his astonishing research on peanuts. He knew the human spirit and the importance of community. Carver wrote, “How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the …

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A city hearing concerning the future of the Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living facility was canceled Tuesday night, the same day an opinion in a lawsuit challenging the sale of the property was filed in Frederick County Circuit Court.

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There must be days when commissioners Blaine Young, Kirby Delauter, Paul Smith and Billy Shreve feel like they’re the only people in the state who support the sale of Citizens Care and Rehabilitation and Montevue Assisted Living (although we doubt they’re too worried about it).

Even the three-member Board of Public Works — made up of the governor, comptroller and treasurer — is opposing the sale of the county-owned homes, issuing a letter to the Board of County Commissioners reminding them in no uncertain terms that any move to privatize the senior care centers must first win state approval.

Unfortunately — for the commissioners, anyway — the BPW’s executive secretary, Sheila McDonald, wrote to the county June 11 to remind it that it can’t hand over the front-door keys to Aurora Holdings VI LLC because of a $200,000 state grant.