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Ambulance Service Fees

Policy Title Print Policy History
Establishing ambulance service fees and repealing Resolution No. 6559
Current PolicyAdopted
Resolution 6792May 8, 2019
Previous PoliciesAdopted
Resolution 6559December 7, 2016
Resolution 6091March 14, 2012
Resolution 5876January 13, 2010
Resolution 5276June 14, 2006
Resolution 4962April 28, 2004
Resolution 4811March 24, 2003
Resolution 4676April 24, 2002
Resolution 4123June 9, 1999
Resolution 3987July 22, 1998
Resolution 3646May 22, 1996
Resolution 3371June 8, 1994
Resolution 3178June 24, 1992
Resolution 3051April 10, 1991
Resolution 2946April 11, 1990
Resolution 2730October 28, 1987
Resolution 2562August 28, 1985
Resolution 2375January 12, 1983
Resolution 2314February 24, 1982
Resolution 2262June 24, 1981
Resolution 2220December 17, 1980
Resolution 2179June 25, 1980
Resolution 2039January 24, 1979
Resolution 1989July 26, 1978
Resolution 1914September 28, 1977
Resolution 1755January 21, 1976
Resolution 1445August 23, 1972
Resolution 400January 23, 1957
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