OXFORD, N.J. - A nursing home in Warren County, New Jersey could be one step closer to being sold.
A Warren County Freeholder says there is no denying a recent report, published in the Express Times, which says the sale of the Warren Haven nursing home appears imminent.
We spoke with Freeholder Director Ed Smith.
Smith says the county is currently losing money on the nursing home and he says county officials can't keep up with the costs because they can't raise taxes.
Smith did not say when any possible sale would occur or who would buy the home.
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