Florida Keys News
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
City leaders favor in-house EMS
Costs pinned at $2.3M the first year; $280K annual shortfall

The Key West Fire Department is ready to take over the local ambulance services, and it isn't necessary for city staff to put the job out to bid, a consensus of city commissioners said Tuesday.

No votes were taken, but a clear majority of the seven-member panel expressed a desire to end Key West's practice of farming out its emergency transports to the private sector.

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