Your Turn: Your Feedback On EMTs, Milk Prices, Winter & More
A required test for Emergency Medical Technicians is in jeopardy. The state has yet to renew its contract with the company that provides the test and local rescue squads are getting nervous. Plus, the state apparently hasn't paid the testing company for about a year:
Would you be willing to continue to provide a service if you hadn't received a paycheck for a year?
I would pay $5 for a gallon of milk. The farmers have a hard time keeping their farms going as it is with such low prices.
As a teacher, I am all for pre-k in every school. However, FULL day is crazy!
Monday, December 22, 2014, Watertown, NY
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