In Case of Emergency
Anti-tax stalwarts balk at a tax for city ambulance service, even if it could save their lives.
Thursday, October 23, 1997
Few people would argue that good ambulance service should top a community's priority list, especially when the average age of its residents inches closer toward retirement age each year...
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