Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Summit Village Impresses Visitors | WWNY TV 7

   A $64M home for seniors had its ribbon cut yesterday and the facility will begin filling up next month with nearly three hundred people. County officials were on hand for the ribbon cutting at what is called Summit Village.  It says in the TV 7 story the new home even has a bar.
    They will soon be demolishing the existing county home for the aged on Coffeen Street to make way for an expected field house and activity center being planned by Jefferson Community College.
     Summit Village Impresses Visitors | WWNY TV 7 - News, Weather and Sports for | Local News


Anonymous said...

Kudos to Samaritan , this looks like a high quality environment .

Anonymous said...

Kudos to the taxpayers, we ponied up 5million and got higher sales tax, to bad AJR was there that ruined the event.

Anonymous said...

The future of Watertown after FT Drum closes will be in senior care.