Newest proposal also gives city the right to take back control.
By Calen McKinney
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 5:30 pm (Updated: April 20, 6:03 pm)
The latest proposal to solve the issue of funding Rescue services has the county taking over its operation.
City and County officials will discuss a proposal created by City Attorney John Miller that calls for the city to transfer operation of Rescue to the county - with the stipulation that if Council members don't like how magistrates operate the service, it can be transferred back.
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