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Hillsboro council authorizes bonds for hospital

Referenced as an ?historic moment,? the Hillsboro City Coun?cil approved during its Dec. 15 meeting the necessary resolutions and ordinances to authorize the sale of bonds in the amount of $1.305 million to provide infrastructure for the construction of a new hospital. Of that amount, $1.25 million will be used for construction-related costs, and the rest to cover legal expenses […]

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Leaders defend city loan for new hospital project

Leaders defend city loan for new hospital project

Delores Dalke The two lead officials for the city of Hillsboro say they recognize that providing a loan up to $1.5 million to help the owners of Hillsboro Community Hospital construct a new facility carries a degree of risk. But both Mayor Delores Dalke and City Administrator Larry Paine say they are confident the plan will work?and the payoff will […]

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Risk and reward

It?s understandable why Hillsboro residents have questions, even concerns, about the city?s decision to loan up to $1.5 million to HMC/CAH Consolidated Inc., the Kan?sas City-based company that owns Hills?boro Commun?ity Hospital and a few other small health-care facilities in Kansas and a handful of other states. Many of us remember the company?s promise to build a $10 million facility […]

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Hillsboro authorizes loan for hospital

By unanimous vote, the Hills?boro City Coun?cil approved a resolution at its Nov. 3 meeting that starts the process of funding up to $1.5 million in site improvements for the construction of a new hospital facility, plus legal services. Interest in the resolution drew more than a dozen visitors to the meeting, prompting a change in venue to a larger […]

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Council adopts hospital plan

? Despite opposition from local physician, city takes first step toward $1.275 million bond Despite strong opposition from a local physician and his spouse and former office manager, the Hillsboro City Council approved at its Aug. 4 meeting a development agreement with HMC/CAH Consolidated Inc. to support the construction of a new $11.4 million facility for Hills?boro Com?munity Hos?pital. The […]

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Agreement aims to aid project while shielding taxpayers

Hillsboro City Admini?strator Larry Paine said the proposed $1.5 million development agreement with HMC/CAH Con?solidated Inc. is unusual, but the document has been developed with the help of the city?s bond counsel. ?The hospital has asked us to help them in the construction of the new building,? Paine said. ?We are going to put the site improvements in play?basically the […]

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McVay joins St. Luke medical staff

Mark ?Tim? McVay has joined the medical staff at St. Luke Hospital in Marion. He was to begin his practice at the St. Luke Medical Clinic May 12. McVay is a board certified family physician and a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physi?cians. ?We?re extremely pleased to announce the arrival of Dr. McVay,? said Jeremy Ensey, CEO at […]

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Emergency was a wake-up call

Life is precious. It is delicate and tough all at the same time, but it can be taken from you in a moments notice without warning. I was working in Hills?boro office a few weeks ago when I received a call from my wife, Lindsey, saying that her mother was going into surgery and that she didn?t know much more […]

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