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No wonder the Fed is worried about inflation

Posted by Ralph Ranalli February 27, 2008 07:48 AM

UPTON

Selectmen Tuesday will consider Emergency Medical Services director Brian Kemp's request to increase fees for several types of ambulance services.

Under Kemp's proposal, the base rate for basic life support services would rise from about $303 to $475, mileage fees would go from about $13.50 to $15, defibrillation would jump from about
$120 to $140, and the fee for administering oxygen would rise from about $56 to $60.

-- Calvin Hennick

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