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Notice to Tunbridge Voters:

Informational Meeting and Special Town Meeting Regarding Emergency Services

The Tunbridge Selectboard and the Emergency Services Committee will hold the final informational meeting prior to a special town meeting to determine Tunbridge's participation in the proposed Tunbridge, Royalton, and Sharon ambulance service. The meeting will be held on July 29th in the Town Hall at 7:00pm. There will be a presentation on our current ambulance services, the proposed three-town collaboration, and an opportunity to ask questions of and provide feedback to the selectboard, the Emergency Services Committee, a representative from Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission, the attorney who drafted the proposed three town contract, and a representative from both the Sharon and Royalton selectboards.

There will be a Special Town Meeting at the Tunbridge Central School on August 26th at 7:00pm. This meeting will have one article: to authorize the selectboard to enter into a contract to form a three-town ambulance service. If the article passes Tunbridge will move forward in its collaboration with Sharon and Royalton to realize the joint service. If the article fails, Tunbridge will continue to purchase emergency services from South Royalton Rescue and First Branch Ambulance.

Over the past year there have been several informational meetings about this issue in Tunbridge and in Royalton. The board has requested input and feedback via these meetings and solicitations in the Tunbridge Quarterly. Now is the time to join with us in reviewing the proposal and preparing to vote on this important issue. We look forward to seeing you.

If you are unable to attend the informational meeting, please join the selectboard at one of its regularly meetings (every Monday night at 6:00pm) between now and August 26th. If you are unable to attend and have specific questions you would like posed at the informational meeting, please pass those questions on to the board's administrative assistant, Wendy McCullough. Notes from the meeting, the draft proposal, and a copy of the PowerPoint presentation will be made available on the town website.

-The Tunbridge Selectboard

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