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Re: “State investigating North Little Rock over rejection of adult care home

The problem stems when they try to open these homes in neighborhoods that have a clear Bill of Assurance prohibiting any commercial business. Make no mistake. These are businesses that charge the residents a very hefty monthly fee. They also try to move in without consulting a single neighbor and in a shroud of secrecy because they do not want the neighborhood to know they are there until they have moved patients in. A Bill of Assurance is supposed to be a guarantee to the property owners that certain standards will be upheld when they buy that property. To do otherwise, is literally cheating the home owners who invested in their properties of their rights as a home owner.
These homes do cause additional traffic and noise to the neighborhood as there are shift changes 2 to 3 times a day, 365 days a year plus visitors, delivery, etc. There are also security problems that are possible from hospice patients in these homes who have access to the stronger narcotic painkillers and no security that I have seen to prevent people from coming in to steal those particular drugs. There are many neighborhoods without POAs or protection from a Bill of Assurance where these homes could be set up.

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Posted by Candy Quast on 02/09/2017 at 11:52 PM


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