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May 8, 2012 7:57 PM

Lexington council votes against discussing reduction of ambulance staffing levels

Councilman Doug Martin, who has called for greater fiscal responsibility and reallocation of resources at the fire department, made a motion to put the subject of ambulance staffing in the hands of the council's Public Safety Committee, a motion that was narrowly rejected by Lexington's Urban County Council.

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