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Central to start May 1, other EMS details undecided



Central EMS will become Augusta’s EMS provider a little sooner than expected.

At a Thursday work session, officials with Central and its parent company Priority EMS agreed the company will be in place by May 1, ahead of the state’s May 8 deadline, and will spend time overlapping with current pro...

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    • He said he doesn’t have enough data yet. After all the crap ARC had done (or not done actually), I’m behind Central. They are being transparent…ARC isn’t as far as I’ve read in all of these news articles.

      • I’ve never heard of winning a bid through procurement without actually having an actual bid…the whole purpose of a BID is to know what your costs will be financially and the terms of your contract. Would you get 3 painting bids and then give the job to the company that says they we don’t have all the data. We are gonna start painting tomorrow and we will give you the cost later just sign this contract and give us a blank check . This is idiocy with taxpayer money…I mean it’s on par for Augusta government which is super idiocy…

    • Well right this minute, ARCFD needs to find the money to pay for replacement of the TWO firetrucks that were ROLLED. In addition, of the four ambulances purchased by former Chief James, I have been told that only two will even run. Sorry Moses, hate to rain on the Circus Parade.

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