The Edwards County Board of Commissioners is looking into the county receiving compensation for ambulance runs made into the White County side of Grayville.
The board met Monday morning for their July regular session, discussing the matter with Edwards County Emergency Medical Services Administrator Tanya Boewe. They expressed that other services, such as fire protection districts, receive payment for calls outside of their districts.
“It’s not fair for the people of Edwards County to have to pay to provide them with a service that’s (the White County side of Grayville) is not paying for,” said Duane Lear, Chairman of the Board. “It’s got to be looked at.”
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