City Councilors have agreed to vote on a plan to let rescue squads charge for ambulance services. Fire Chief Charles Werner (pictured) says the proposed ordinance would be part of a local emergency medical services plan. Dayton Haugh of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad says no one would be forced to pay. The rescue squad and the city fire department will also have a more formal working arrangement. The councilors plan to vote on the new arrangement on June 2nd.
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