“The residents are very frightened about the sale of their home, and they don’t want to lose it,” Culbert said. “They want the county reps to come up with another plan. They need to take a second look and think outside the box on this one.”
She said Alzheimer’s patients and those confined to their beds were unable to participate in the demonstration. So far, more than 1,000 people have signed a petition urging county officials to keep the facility as a county-owned property.