"I know a lot of people in the community likes how it was,but overtime I think we can gain their trust," Morgan says.
The Murray City Council did met last week, and members agreed on a portion of the agreement but tabled another portion. Council members disagreed on where the city's rescue extrication truck , R1 should go. It's currently operated by the city fire department. The city still has yet to officially sign on the agreement.
As for the hospital ambulance agreement, the hospital says they're waiting on both the city and county to come to an agreement.
Rose said the city would stop providing extrication to the county July 15, but said that date would be flexible if they didn't agree on a plan.
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