Magistrate voices concerns over use of paramedic cars, lack of decals on vehicles
Monday, December 26, 2011 at 5:00 am (Updated: December 26, 5:03 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Over her first year in office, magistrate Ruthie Ashbaugh has mentioned on several occasions some concerns about the operation of the county’s emergency medical services.
While overtime hours has been the biggest concern, a discussion Tuesday has led to the creation of a committee to work on EMS issues.
Ashbaugh drew concerns when seeing the financial situation for the first five months of the new fiscal year.
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