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Care clinic outlined; debate continues on homeless center

 

October 6, 2021

Benny Westcott

Audience members listen as City Council members discuss the city's homeless situation during the council's meeting Tuesday, Sept. 28, at City Hall.

During the Tuesday, Sept. 28, Sweet Home City Council meeting, Samaritan Health Services representatives discussed plans for a 15,000-square-foot primary and urgent care clinic on the 42-acre site next to the Wiley Creek Community retirement home.

These plans were first announced at a June 10 press conference held at Wiley Creek.

"We are really excited about the project here," Samaritan Health Services CEO Doug Boyson said at the council meeting. "Despite the craziness of the pandemic, we are still committed to the project."

"The project we've put together over the last year has been able t...



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