Hanover breaks ground for senior assisted living

After more than four years, construction on the Green House Project senior assisted living houses has begun. A groundbreaking ceremony on the 6.5 acre site was Friday, July 1. The project is located just off Settlers Lane in the Bridges of Hanover. From left are resident Krysta Mitchell, Bridges of Hanover resident Gina Jamison, resident Brandon Vetsch, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Didi Hartley, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Sheila Zachman, resident and Senior Center representative Claudia Pingree, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Jaimie Larson, Hanover Park Board member Abby Peterson, EDA board member Joe Kaul, resident Linda Hennessey, former EDA member Jim Hennessey, Mayor Chris Kauffman, Bradford Development representative Brad Bass, Bradford Development representative Heather Bass, Executive Director of the new home Laura Butler, Director of Operations for Green House projects Brooke Olson, Development Coordinator for Bradford Development Melissa Nelson and City Administrator Brian Hagen. The building will consist of two separate houses where 24-hour care will be provided. Each of the ten to twelve residents in each house will have their own bedroom and bathroom and share living spaces. The homes will employ more than 30 full and part-time nurses and nursing assistants. The building is expected to be completed by May of next year. (Courtesy of Wright County Journal-Press)
After more than four years, construction on the Green House Project senior assisted living houses has begun. A groundbreaking ceremony on the 6.5 acre site was Friday, July 1. The project is located just off Settlers Lane in the Bridges of Hanover. From left are resident Krysta Mitchell, Bridges of Hanover resident Gina Jamison, resident Brandon Vetsch, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Didi Hartley, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Sheila Zachman, resident and Senior Center representative Claudia Pingree, I-94 West Chamber of Commerce member Jaimie Larson, Hanover Park Board member Abby Peterson, EDA board member Joe Kaul, resident Linda Hennessey, former EDA member Jim Hennessey, Mayor Chris Kauffman, Bradford Development representative Brad Bass, Bradford Development representative Heather Bass, Executive Director of the new home Laura Butler, Director of Operations for Green House projects Brooke Olson, Development Coordinator for Bradford Development Melissa Nelson and City Administrator Brian Hagen. The building will consist of two separate houses where 24-hour care will be provided. Each of the ten to twelve residents in each house will have their own bedroom and bathroom and share living spaces. The homes will employ more than 30 full and part-time nurses and nursing assistants. The building is expected to be completed by May of next year. (Courtesy of Wright County Journal-Press)