Joe Bertels, a paramedic with Whatcom Medic One, wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center during a response on Friday afternoon, March 9, 2012 in Bellingham. Voters may be asked to approve a new property tax levy in November 2016 to fund medic services.
Joe Bertels, a paramedic with Whatcom Medic One, wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center during a response on Friday afternoon, March 9, 2012 in Bellingham. Voters may be asked to approve a new property tax levy in November 2016 to fund medic services. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Joe Bertels, a paramedic with Whatcom Medic One, wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center during a response on Friday afternoon, March 9, 2012 in Bellingham. Voters may be asked to approve a new property tax levy in November 2016 to fund medic services. Staff The Bellingham Herald

Whatcom County could ask voters to pass EMS levy in November

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