The Board of Selectmen are firming up their plans for the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee

LITTLETON — The Board of Selectmen are firming up their plans for the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee and during their next meeting later this month are expected to appoint some residents who have expressed an interest in serving on the committee. In October, selectmen voted to make permanent the town’s in-house ambulance service, which began as a three-year pilot program in August 2019, on the condition of forming a committee that will study how the service can increase revenues to reduce or flat-line its expenses. The initial suggestion was to have three members and then seven members, but selectmen ultimately decided on five members in order to have a sufficient diversity of views without having too many committee members.

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