Despite resident opposition, Glen Ellyn Village Board approves memory care facility
GLEN ELLYN – Neighbors said they would be opposed to anything other than single-family residences near their subdivision, but the Glen Ellyn Village Board approved the rezoning of a nearly 4 acre parcel along Geneva Road to allow the construction of a memory care facility for seniors on July 22.
"The vast majority of (elderly people with memory disorders) are family members of people living in our community, and they live in our community today, and they should stay living in our community," Trustee Robert Friedberg said.
The 30,000-square-foot Autumn Leaves Memory Care Facility will include 46 spaces for seniors with Alzheimer's disease. The one story building was designed to appear residential, with a pitched, asphalt-shingle roof.
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