By Marcus Huff
Staff Writer 

Ambulance service seeks director, rejects sales tax revenue


February 7, 2018

WORLAND – Members of the Washakie County Ambulance Service Committee met with Washakie County Commissioners on Tuesday to present recommendations to hire a full-time director, and to not transfer county emergency medical services to a private third party, as in surrounding counties.

Commissioner Fred Frandson met with the committee throughout the decision process and presented the pros and cons of keeping the service and county department.

Frandson pointed out, after a study had been made by the committee, that the county’s base rate for ambulance callout services was 48.5 percent lower...

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