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"3. More aggressively pursue a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity, granted by the County, so that Marco Island can consider providing even better ambulance and rescue-related services to the citizens. The Fire Rescue Chief is working hard on this, but all of us will need to get behind it."
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I will call it as I see it! This is about costly, yes costly transport services if you wish to pursue city expansion into ambulance services.
I will guarantee, yes guarantee the folks will pay more and more and more for the same level of service.
Here is an observation from an emergency care physician just a few years ago with regard to North Naples Fire Department attempting to ....
And let us not forget. Did we not just witness the Fire Department convincing our elected officials both past and present council, that a $400K fire boat was a necessity!!!!
FOLKS! DANGER! DANGER! DANGER!
I sense Mr. Murphy has recovered his prowess and ability to mesmerize Mr. Honig, Mr. Sacher and ......... all under the spell of safety!!!!!!!!
I guess there should not be any discussion as to the cost for service if it is safety related, because we have the best on this island, while E.Naples and Golden Gate are ......
DANGER! DANGER! DANGER! DANGER!
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