MORE: Buyouts offered as Butler Board of DD works to offset $3.6M deficit
Last March, a buyout program was offered to some employees of the BCBDD as it worked to offset an expected year-end $3.6 million deficit.
The BCBDD this past November closed its adult day care facility that served 125 mentally disabled adults.
Money talked in decision to close adult daycare
Each of the newest office closings will not happen at once, and will be done one-by-one over the next three weeks, according to Planicka.
“The closing of the team offices and consolidation down to two buildings is part of a long term plan to reduce the number of facilities operated and leased by the board in order to shift financial priorities to supporting people with disabilities,” Planicka said.
When all of the moves are complete, Planicka said board employees will be housed at two Hamilton locations: the Liberty-Fairfield Road office at 5645 Liberty-Fairfield Road; and the Janet Clemmons Center at 282 N. Fair Ave.
The board’s main phone number will remain 513 785-2800.