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COLUMBIA CITY â€” According to Dan Sigler, county attorney, there has been no contact from the Parkview legal department regarding the new Emergency Medical Services contract.
Sigler sent a final contract to Parkview for review last month.
â€śThey have it all,â€ť said Commissioner Tom Rethlake. â€śWeâ€™re looking at the end of this month, being without a contract if they (Parkview) donâ€™t get on it.â€ť
Sigler said the contract was in order with all of the previous discussions and all he could foresee would be some minor tweaking of the language.
â€śIâ€™m assuming they just havenâ€™t finalized it,â€ť said Sigler.
If the contract is not accepted, re-negotiations may begin again after Jan. 1, Rethlake said at Mondayâ€™s Whitley County Board of Commissionerâ€™s meeting.
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