Regulations for group homes could evolve

Flinchpaugh, Brian
October 2012
Wentzville Journal;10/24/2012, Vol. 50 Issue 43, pA1
The article reports that the City Council in O'Fallon, Missouri will decide on allowing a conditional-use permit for a group home in the Twin Chimneys subdivision. The permit was requested by Emmaus Homes Inc. as it plans to construct a group home for up to four developmentally disabled adults. Current regulations only allow one group home per square mile.


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