Quadco Building May Go On The Market

The com­mis­sion­ers from Williams, Defi­ance, Henry and Ful­ton coun­ties are now con­sid­er­ing sell­ing the Quadco Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter build­ing in Stryker to Quadco. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the deci­sion to take a look at sell­ing the prop­erty comes fol­low­ing recent rule changes from the US Cen­ters for Medicare and Med­ic­aid, which no longer allow county boards, such as the Williams County Board of Devel­op­men­tal Dis­abil­i­ties, to refer poten­tial clients to ser­vices the county offers, such as Quadco, so as to not cre­ate a conflict-of-interest. That in turn, has caused Quadco to begin pri­va­tiz­ing its oper­a­tions, which in turn appears to be dri­ving the effort by the four coun­ties’ com­mis­sion­ers to dis­cuss own­er­ship sta­tus of the build­ing, along with uses and expenses nec­es­sary to oper­ate and main­tain it. Leas­ing the build­ing is an option, but sell­ing it to Quadco appears to be more attrac­tive to county lead­ers. A price and other fac­tors still have to be fig­ured out, and will be addressed at an upcom­ing meeting.

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