This year Whatcom County Emergency Medical Services was funded by about $7.3 million in revenue, but is expected to come up about $1 million short of covering costs by year’s end, and reserves will have dwindled to under $300,000.
This year Whatcom County Emergency Medical Services was funded by about $7.3 million in revenue, but is expected to come up about $1 million short of covering costs by year’s end, and reserves will have dwindled to under $300,000. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
This year Whatcom County Emergency Medical Services was funded by about $7.3 million in revenue, but is expected to come up about $1 million short of covering costs by year’s end, and reserves will have dwindled to under $300,000. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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