To follow up on last weekend's post about the State of Maine taking over Dolley Farm and Rocky Hill Manor, the American Journal is reporting (sorry, no link) residents at the two assisted-living facilities in Westbrook did not experience a drop in services, largely because an administrator at the homes used his personal credit card to continue funding the deliverance of services.
So, though other Eagle Landing Residential Care LLC facilities in Maine have suffered disruptions in services (Gray Manor's oil tank was empty in September because an oil company refused delivery due to outstanding bills and Somerset Residential in Madison has received disconnection notices for electricity and telephone service), it seems all is well at the Westbrook-based facilities.
Or, at least as well as can be expected for a facility managed by Eagle Landing.
- John C.L. Morgan