1/27/15 – 10:55 A.M.
Emergency service operations was a topic of conversation at today’s Hancock County Commissioners meeting. The commissioners approved two resolutions to make sure emergency services are maintained.
The first resolution authorizes the Hancock County EMA to spend $4,000 on emergency siren maintenance. The cost breaks down to $400 per siren maintained by the county.
The second resolution reapproved an agreement with the county and its various political subdivisions. The agreement states the county will provide EMA services at a cost of 45 cents per capita of population . The rate is unchanged from the previous agreement, which was signed in 2013.Read More →