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Commission: Landfill, Pay Raises, Tourism

In a long meeting that served as both committee and regular sessions, the Perry County Commission addressed a variety of topics Thursday, April 13, 2023—ranging from the landfill to Music on Main Street to non-elected officials’ pay raises.

As the ambulance committee, the members heard a report from Ambulance Service Director Gary Rogers who said the service currently has sixteen employees, that following recent pay adjustments, morale is good, and that four current employees will be working on Advanced EMT certification at the upcoming class, May 22, in Perry County.

Rogers said the service fleet is aging, and that he has applied for a grant to help purchase new ambulances, but “no word yet.” The current six ambulances—ranging from 2008 to 2020 models—are all inspected and “road-ready,” Rogers said. He reported that during March, the service responded to an average of four calls per day.

As the solid waste committee, members heard a report from Director Jonathan Hickerson who said the ……………

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