Monday, November 18, 2013

Seeking a Home for His Son, Father Now Faces Lawsuit From Neighbors

ENID, Okla. — Paul Smith's developmentally disabled son has called the Northern Oklahoma Resource Center in Enid his home for half a decade.
"The state is not doing them any favors by kicking them out," said Smith.
NORCE will close by 2015.  DHS says there are currently 50 residents living at the facility.  Smith wants to move his son, Weston to a home he plans to build, about eight miles away in Garfield County.
"We were being nice, and went to neighbors, told them basically what we are doing," said Smith.

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