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March 22, 2018 – Greene County legislators and health professionals met with members of a drug rehabilitation facility based in Queens last week to discuss opening a 60-bed residential center in a private lodge near Hunter that would primarily serve patients from the city, Hunter Town Board members said. Representatives from J-CAP, the Queens-based nonprofit drug rehabilitation facility, discussed buying the former Clover Lodge on Clover Road in Lanesville during a meeting facilitated by Sen. George Amedore, R-46, and Greene County legislators March 13, the senator said. “It was a preliminary discussion,” said Greene County Legislature Chairman Kevin Lewis, who was at the meeting. “I didn’t feel like they {J-CAP] were going to proceed down that path. I think if there’s someone to help the opioid epidemic in New York state, we’re open to listening to proposals.”

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