2/6/14 – 6:47 A.M.
North Baltimore residents will not be voting on an EMS levy this spring. The Courier reports village officials want to consider more options regarding emergency medical services, so they have opted to not put a measure on the ballot. While the levy won’t be up for a vote in May, it could be placed on the November ballot.
The village council had been considering a five year, 3-mill levy to generate $120,000 annually for emergency medical services. However officials are continuing to assess the situation and are considering contracting with a private ambulance company among other options.
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