What is the future of the Willow Point Nursing Home? Well, the answer to that question will take longer than expected.
The company Broome County contracted with to study the short and long-term finances of the county owned nursing home needs more time to finish the study. On June 19th the legislature will vote on whether to extend the end date on the contract with toski from June 1st to December 30th.
Deputy County Executive John Bernardo says the extension of the contract won't cost the county any more money. He says Willow Points changing of certain processes and changes in it's administration have contributed to the report's delay.
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