Source: WSMV ∙ November 10, 2014
An assisted living center that Metro government turned over to a private contractor in July now faces money problems. Employees said paychecks have bounced and their health insurance isn’t being honored. Channel 4 has also learned the company is behind on its electric bill. In March, Metro Council voted to privatize the J.B. Knowles Assisted Living Center. The facility, now called Autumn Hills, is home to about 100 seniors….