Monthly Archives: April 2013

Take a closer look

I’ve already written about why I feel that waiving the town’s Procurement Policy was both improper and unnecessary.  But there’s more to the story.  By negotiating with the current ambulance provider, bringing his terms for renewal to the board, and asking … Continue reading

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Our Procurement Diploma

Nobody wants to jeopardize public safety by cheaping out on medical services. Remember those death panels? So the BOS recently decided to stay the course with our ambulance company and waive the requirements of the town’s Procurement Policy. But is … Continue reading

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