Greenbelt Home Care

Greenbelt Home Care may not be forced to dissolve after the Eldora City Council agreed in principle to continue its involvement in the 28E agreement established 20 years ago.

The Council gave notice of its intention to withdraw from its 25 percent ownership agreement with GHC and Hardin County last February, but members did not realize that a 28E agreement requires two government entities for the agreement to be valid. That meant GHC would be forced to dissolve if another party could not be found to join the agreement.

Dave Dunn

Dave Dunn

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