Stockdale ESD considers $1M ceiling for outstanding bills

Kopecki, Pat
February 2015
Wilson County News;2/4/2015, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p7A
The article reports a meeting of the Wilson County Emergency Services District (ESD) in which various topics were discussed, including unpaid medical bills of $1.26 million, a call for more detailed financial reports, and the hiring of additional paramedics.


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