A paramedic with Whatcom Medic One wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center in Bellingham in 2012. Whatcom County voters will be asked to pass a property tax levy to help pay for emergency medical services on the Nov. 8, 2016, ballot. For a home valued at $300,000, the proposed six-year levy would add $88.50 per year to property taxes.
A paramedic with Whatcom Medic One wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center in Bellingham in 2012. Whatcom County voters will be asked to pass a property tax levy to help pay for emergency medical services on the Nov. 8, 2016, ballot. For a home valued at $300,000, the proposed six-year levy would add $88.50 per year to property taxes. Staff The Bellingham Herald
A paramedic with Whatcom Medic One wheels a gurney into Sea Mar Community Health Center in Bellingham in 2012. Whatcom County voters will be asked to pass a property tax levy to help pay for emergency medical services on the Nov. 8, 2016, ballot. For a home valued at $300,000, the proposed six-year levy would add $88.50 per year to property taxes. Staff The Bellingham Herald

EMS levy not necessary now for Whatcom County paramedic service

October 23, 2016 05:00 AM

UPDATED October 23, 2016 05:00 AM

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