By David Curlee
Just watch the video.
“The ambulances will have to wait their turn.” Did you catch that last part?
Just the opposite will happen if the ambulance component of this JPA proposal goes forward. The ambulances will be going straight for your wallet, and more than ever before.
Yesterday, I talked about the JPA Feasibility Study authored by Citygate Associates LLC that showed little, if any, reason to merge the Fullerton and Brea Fire departments. A separate study on ambulance service was sought from a company named A. P. Triton, LLC.
The ambulance study makes its bias against private ambulance companies known from the very start. They denigrate private companies for making a profit, then propose ways for the JPA to do exactly the same, with rates far beyond what is being charged now.
The consultant spends considerable time salivating over revenue collection potential.
The study is full of incomplete and misleading sentences, so it’s impossible to know what the final sentence (above) was meant to say. Earlier in the paragraph, they talked about combined Fullerton and Brea revenue. The last sentence refers to the “City” expecting collections to range from $4 to 4.5 million. …read more
Source:: Friends for Fullerton’s Future