Thursday, April 26, 2012

Report on Valley Emergency Medical Services probe expected in May

A report on Valley Emergency Medical Services’ structure, and review of its policies and procedures, is expected next month, after Valley leaders requested an inquiry into the regional paramedic service.
The Valley Council of Governments, comprised of Ansonia Mayor James Della Volpe, Derby Mayor Anthony Staffieri, Seymour First Selectman Kurt Miller and Shelton Mayor Mark A. Lauretti, directed its attorney earlier this month to conduct the review.
The probe was ordered after a VEMS board member got into an out-of-state accident last December with a company vehicle.
The Valley towns contribute annual funds for VEMS’ paramedic services, although Derby has not paid since 2005.

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