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Funding Approved for Waters Edge, New Clinton Assisted Living Facility

There was good news for a proposed project in Clinton recently, when it was announced that funds for the construction of a new assisted living facility have been confirmed and obtained from the USDA through the Rural Development Community Facilities program.
The board members of the Clinton Community Clinic Association (Clinton Care Center) have been working on this proposal for some time.
At the annual meeting of the Clinton Community Clinic, Inc./Clinton Care Center held Tuesday, June 18, 2019 which was held along with an Appreciation Supper, stockholders approved the plans to construct a new care center, just east of the present building, with 19 units and a guest room at a cost of “Not to exceed $4.5 million”.
In the fall of 2017, the Clinton Care Center received a donation of some over one million dollars from the Elvira and Delhart Anderson estate. At that time the Clinton Community Clinic board of directors started to look at the possibility of replacing the current Clinton Care Center with a new facility. The current Care Center was in need of many repairs and updates due to its age.
The new Assisted Living Facility will include 19 rental units and one guest room. The facility will consist of 2 two bedroom apartments, 5 one bedroom units, 7 studio and 4 studio plus units. There will also be a Fireside room.
Preliminary design plans and cost estimates were obtained from three architects and Trossen Wright Plutowski Architects from Minneapolis were selected by the board. Amy Schwabe is doing the facility planning and the interior design is being done by Melissa Fulson from Studio Blue Interiors in Eden Prairie.
The site for the new facility, which will be named, Water’s Edge Assisted Living will be just to the east of the present Clinton Care Center, located along Highway 75 in Clinton.
Some title work remains to be done with bids yet to go out to the public.
A Ground breaking ceremony is expected to be held sometime this summer with estimated construction to be complete in summer 2021.
Cenbank of Ortonville will be doing the construction loan for the project.

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