Cosmopolis and Fire District 15 will be paying less than expected for their EMS availability. Aberdeen City Councilmember Paul Fritts brought forward 2 agreements for the respective districts. The EMS revenues were estimated to be 1.15 million yet, came in slightly higher at 1.17 million, which allowed the contracts with the 2 districts to be lowered.

 Cosmopolis will be charged just over 61 thousand dollars for EMS availability while Fire District 15 will be charged just over 12 thousand. Fritts added that in addition to Cosmopolis and the area, Grays Harbor Fire District 10 which serves the area will also see a drop in the rate of their agreement.



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