Holmes County BOCC focus on roads

Published: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 02:20 PM.

Board agreed to meet the insurance $1,000 deductible and look into replacing the windows that were broken.

Crews also informed them that their large fire truck needed service and Merchant informed him that due to the overwhelming amount service trucks coming in they had to stop offering those services.

Board agreed to EMS Director Greg Barton’s request to allow him to find a “more suitable” collection agency for the Holmes County EMS.

“There’s a lot of debt,” said Merchant. “A lot of people need the ambulances and it’s services and there’s some that use it and don’t need it.”

Barton reported that over $70,000 in debt was collected for the month of April and over $74,000 was collected in March, which is $53,700 over their projected amount.

Board approved of a proclamation recognizing Mental Health Awareness.

“Thank you for acknowledging the importance of good mental health in our community,” said Teresa McDonald, representative from Life Management.

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