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MEETING PACKED

Rotterdam residents speak in support of REMS

Board meeting packed with commenters on budget

Robert Lemay, a former paramedic, speaks at a crowded Rotterdam Town Board meeting on Wednesday night. Oct. 9, 2013.
Robert Lemay, a former paramedic, speaks at a crowded Rotterdam Town Board meeting on Wednesday night. Oct. 9, 2013.
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Colleen Castillo knew she didn’t have much time to get help after her water broke last month. The expectant mother had just walked through the door of her Kelly Street home on Sept. 12. She called 911 for help, and within two minutes, a town paramedic was at her side with an ambulance crew from Rotterdam Emergency Medical Services Inc. Two minutes later, her daughter Kiarra was born. She brought the month-old infant to Wednesday’s ...


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cfield
October 9, 2013
11:40 p.m.

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What part does Wayne Calder's son in law play here! Dan Gilmore is the operations manager at Mohawk. And where did 700,000 come from for the ALS program. It's listed in the budget under 400,000? Buffardi and the others crooks should be voted out! Rotterdam, what a joke!

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