Posts Tagged ‘ Oceana County EMS ’

Life EMS to cover Oceana beginning Monday.

September 27, 2018

Life EMS to cover Oceana beginning Monday. OCEANA COUNTY – Life EMS Ambulance announced it will expand its primary emergency response area into Oceana County beginning Monday, Oct. 1. “The expansion of Life EMS Ambulance’s operations follows an Oceana County Board of Commissioners evaluation process and vote for a multi-year service agreement, including the lease of buildings, vehicles and equipment.…

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County to enter final negotiations with Life EMS.

July 19, 2018

County to enter final negotiations with Life EMS. #OceanaCountyNews By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. HART — In a split vote, the Oceana County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 Thursday, July 19, to enter into final negotiations with Life EMS for a “multi-year agreement.” Several Oceana County EMS personnel attended the special board meeting, and many of them left the commissioners’ room…

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Commissioners vote to end EMS union contract.

July 12, 2018

Commissioners vote to end EMS union contract. #OceanaCountyNews By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. HART — After nearly three hours of discussion, the Oceana County Board of Commissioners voted 6-1 Thursday, July 12, to terminate its contract with the union that represents Oceana County EMS. The board set a special meeting for next Thursday, July 19, at 9 a.m. to discuss its…

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Emergency workers speak out against EMS ‘regional partnership.’

May 24, 2018

Emergency workers speak out against EMS ‘regional partnership.’ #OceanaCountyEMS By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. HART — Several emergency workers and citizens spoke out against a “public‐private partnership” agreement between Oceana County and Life EMS that is being explored by the Oceana County Board of Commissioners during a board meeting Thursday morning, May 24. The union that represents Oceana County EMS ambulance…

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Semi tips over, spills soy meal on US 31.

September 25, 2017

Semi tips over, spills soy meal on US 31. #OceanaCountyNews By Allison Scarbrough. Editor. GRANT TOWNSHIP — Did someone spill the beans? Not exactly, but a semi truck hauling a full load of soy meal tipped over on northbound US 31 just south of the New Era exit, dumping the soy bean product onto the roadway and into the ditch…

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