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Centralized EMS station purchased by county

September 02, 2020 - 05:00
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Centralized EMS station purchased by county

Bandera County commissioners approved a $1.2 million purchase agreement on Thursday, Aug. 27, for the 8,250-square-foot, centralized Emergency Medical Services headquarters that has been under construction on Highway 16 South for the last year and should start moving equipment to the facility shortly. Both Emergency Medical Services Director Calvin Plummer and Bandera County Judge Richard Evans were pleased to see the project come to a conclusion, saying the more centralized and vastly expanded headquarters should protect the department’s ambulances and other assets better, save the county money and cut down on response times on some of the calls EMS receives. “We’ve needed ...

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