Ozark Approves New EMS Building

By Adam Kamerer

Ozark’s city council voted on February 1 to approve $54,781 to transform a city-owned building on Parker Road into a new station for the city’s emergency medical services.

Ozark’s EMS workers and ambulances have been housed at the city’s firehouses up until now, but the new station will allow them to move into their own space. “There’s policies and procedures that the fire department has to follow that doesn’t really apply to EMS,” says Ozark Mayor Mark Blankenship.

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