(IRON MOUNTAIN, MI.)–The Dickinson County Healthcare System, Board of Trustees chairman, Bill Edberg said the goal, for the future of DCHS is the doors stay open and business continues. The nearly two hour meeting was somewhat the same as the meeting Monday night with Board of Commissioners. It does appear there are several firms who would be willing to see the hospital through a difficult reorganization. Monies for the payroll is good until mid month and into the end October…that looks as though there it is approximately 30-days to resolve this concern. One comment made at the noon meeting was the negativism in the community. As pointed out by Bill Edberg the Board of Trustees are working to maintain their transparency and added, the time is here to resolve the concerns. He noted the re-organization needs to be conducted now. At the meeting also, Dickinson County Commissioner, Ann Martin, asked the Hospital Board to terminate the CEO, John Schon. There was no action toward that by the board, and no more conversation either. Now, they are looking at resolving the financial problems and ensure a better future for the Dickinson County Healthcare System. The board is awaiting a recommendation from hospital counsel Attorney Michael Celello, who will recommend who should represent the hospital in a re-organization. Several attorneys have voiced interest from across the country, and State Senator Tom Casperson has offered the assistance of the senate counsel as well. Money to hold the hospital afloat will diminish by mid October, according to the hospital board chair, Bill Edberg. The nurses Associations, have requested the resignation of the Administrator and CEO John Schon, blaming him for financial woes the hospital is now in. No action by the County Board of Commissioners nor the DCHS Board of Trustees as of yet.