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Iron County's aging unit stays independent

 


HURLEY — The Aging Unit of Iron County Board of Directors discussed a resolution regarding its status on Friday.

Would it cease to exist as a nonprofit and become a county entity as it was under the false impression it was mandated to do, or would it remain a nonprofit with closer ties to the county for oversight, or become part of a sub-department of a county department, like Human Resources?

Those were the three options available to the board as laid out by Mark Marczak, executive director of the aging unit.

At the conclusion of the Feb. 23 meeting, the board was still uncertain as to...



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