Reno County considering senior living complex

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HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Reno County officials are considering a senior living complex in a northern area of the county.

The plan calls for up to 19 homes, which could each hold about 12 residents. Each resident would have a private bedroom and bathroom, with shared living spaces.

The Reno County Planning Commission approved the final development plan Thursday, sending it to the Reno County Commission.

The Hutchinson Daily News reports ( ) each home would be staffed by certified care providers. The proposal comes from Inman-based Pleasant View Home. The group’s CEO, Kevin Reimer, say the project would start with one residence, with more homes built as the demand warrants.

The faith-based Pleasant View Home manages 124 skilled beds and has 99 independent-living apartments, as well as a home health agency.


Information from: The Hutchinson (Kan.) News,

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