Benton County Ambulance District Challenge Promised
Posted: October 2, 2013 at 1:41 a.m.
Work already has begun on a petition to force a vote on Benton County’s proposed rural ambulance fee, a former county official said Tuesday.
At A Glance
State law gives opponents of Benton County’s proposed emergency medical services district 60 days from the date the ordinance is published to gather and submit petitions calling for a referendum to the Benton County Clerk. County Clerk Tena O’Brien said the county expects the ordinance to be published Thursday, which puts the deadline for submitting petitions at Dec. 2.
Source: Staff Report
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