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Town, REMS both say they want to ink an agreement

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Rotterdam Town Supervisor Harry Buffardi says he wants to move on signing a contract with Rotterdam Emergency Medical Services Inc. “We want to get this resolved,” the Democratic supervisor said. Dean Romano, a member of REMS’ board of directors, say REMS is prepared to sign a contract as early as next week’s Town Board meeting, if not sooner. “We’re ready to move on it — we’re ready to sign the contract tomorrow,” he said. But ...

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April 17, 2014
9:55 a.m.

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I needed help three times in the past three years and REMS was there each time almost instantaneously. They were wonderful especially when my son died. Why do we need anyone else? What would be accomplished by getting rid of them? They work with the Rotterdam Police; they are an effective team; and we aren't dependent on an outside for profit source. Today everything is for profit. Let's keep Rotterdam a nice place to live. Please let's keep REMS