Kansas Masonic Home residents have 6 weeks to move
The senior citizens who live at the Kansas Masonic Home (KMH) must find new homes by the end of the year.
On Friday, KMH notified the residents in its assisted and independent living facilities that the home is closing on Dec. 31.
CEO Michael Miller confirmed the closing with KSN News. He said multiple factors forced the decision, including a large bond debt and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision impacts dozens of people, but it is especially difficult for the residents in assisted living who need varying degrees of care.