So while we're waiting for New York's closure commission to tell us which hospitals and nursing home should close, time marches on. We've just posted on one hospital closing (St. Mary's in Brooklyn).
And here's another (gasp) one that would close (Westchester County) except that it looks like the State will bail it out. Note the outstanding debt at Westchester County ($750 million) while it continues to lose money. If it were to fail, the County itself would be on the hook for a big chunk of that debt.
How about a little over/under pool? The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle can't wait for the Commission to get started. Maybe we should keep score while the Commission meets.