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Selectmen Vote to Extend Ambulance Contract

According to the Lowell Sun, the town will receive $75,600 from Trinity each year under the contract.

Chelmsford's ambulance contract has been extended.
Chelmsford's ambulance contract has been extended.
Trinity EMS will continue to serve the town of Chelmsford after selectmen approved a contract extension during their Monday night meeting.

According to a report in the Lowell Sun, selectmen voted by a 5-0 margin to approve a three-year deal with Trinity, which the newspaper reported has served Chelmsford since 1994.

As a part of the deal, Chelmsford will receive about $75,000 during each year of the contract. The money comes from shares the town receives when Trinity responds for emergency care and transportation, according to The Sun.

Click here to read the Lowell Sun report on the ambulance contract in its entirety.

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