Westchester Plaza, a large Medicaid residential facility, has told its residents to move out by Aug. 10.
Westchester Plaza, a large Medicaid residential facility, has told its residents to move out by Aug. 10. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com
Westchester Plaza, a large Medicaid residential facility, has told its residents to move out by Aug. 10. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

After years of problems, Westchester Plaza is closing next month

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