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AHF Sues L.A. Housing Dept. to Prevent Closure of AIDS Site
Date:2/24/2008

with income at or below Thirty-five Percent (35%) of Median

Income" for a period of approximately six years, without taking any

steps to enforce the terms of the contract. In that time, AHF has

substantially changed the nature and use of the house. It has let go

of staff with knowledge and skill of running a hospice. It has

allowed various licenses pertaining to running a hospice expire. It

has sold or disposed of durable equipment germane to operating a

hospice, such as medical supplies, beds, kitchen services, etc. All

of this makes it prohibitive for AHF, after a period of eight years,

to resume operating the facility as "twenty-five (25) hospice units

for persons with AIDS with income at or below Thirty-five Percent

(35%) of Median Income," especially when the need for these services

simply, and fortunately, no longer exists."

-- "Under established legal principles, Defendants have waived the right

to enforce the term of the contract pertaining to the use of the

facility, and are estopped from asserting AHF is in violation of the

contract."

"We are filing an action for breach of contract and declaratory relief to establish, once and for all, that AHF's uses of the facility, as outlined in our legal filing, are valid under the contract between AHF and the LA Housing Department," said Tom Myers, AHF General Counsel. "We are grateful that there is no longer a widespread need for AIDS hospice care in greater Los Angeles, and that many people living with HIV/AIDS can and do manage their disease at home and on an outpatient basis with the help of dedicated and skilled providers, nurses and case managers operating out of a facility such as Linn House. Both the OSHPD and the Linn Trust -- the two other primary financial backers and lenders on Linn House -- have understood, respected and agreed with our a
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