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Roakes said.The next step is to hire a consultant and to issue a request for proposals in the next five to six months, with a contract for a new system in a year, he said.The system will cost about $9 million, and Amherst County would pay 24 percent. The cities of Lynchburg and Bedford and Bedford County would pay the rest, and Campbell County would pay a portion if it joins the system, Roakes said. The system also will require new radios, which will cost Amherst County about $1.2 million.Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUPDATE: Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUPDATE: Police identify person of interest in deadly Lynchburg shootingUpdated: Wednesday, August 27 2014 6:38 AM EDT2014 08 27 10:38:12 GMTDominique Moss, 24, has been identified as a person of interest in the Lynchburg shooting.Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead Tuesday night.Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead Tuesday night.Roanoke County seeks public input on new school superintendentRoanoke County seeks public input on new school superintendentUpdated: Wednesday, August 27 2014 6:13 AM EDT2014 08 27 10:13:57 GMTPeople in Roanoke County will have their first opportunity to speak out about what qualities they want in a new superintendent at a public hearing tonight.People in Roanoke County will have their first opportunity to speak out about what qualities they want in a new superintendent at a public hearing tonight.
Amherst County needs more paid EMS workers
By Scott MarshallAmherst County should hire more paid emergency medical providers to work out of the all volunteer Amherst Life Saving Crew, the county public safety director told supervisors last week.Supervisors first heard public safety director Gary Roakes suggestion in December and pondered aloud how to pay for it, but they did not dispute the need to examine the situation at the time. At the meeting last week with the county fire chiefs and rescue squads, the supervisors were receptive to the suggestion.don know that this is acceptable, said District 1 Gucci Belts For Men
Supervisor Don Kidd (Amherst).Paid responders work out of the Amherst Life Saving Crew building five days per week, but nighttime and weekend calls increasingly must be handled by the Pedlar or Monelison rescue squads, Roakes said.feel there is a strong need there, Roakes said last week. have an issue here in Amherst, and the numbers show it, and I think we need to correct it. Paid emergency responders work in the Monelison and Pedlar squads. All county firefighters are volunteers, although the paid responders also are trained to fight fires.Roakes previously asked the supervisors to consider paying for three emergency medical supervisors to help handle an increasing number of emergency calls and to ensure consistent service in the Amherst area.Roakes told supervisors in Gucci Belt Collection December that the number of paid emergency medical providers in the county has increased from five in 2003 to 14, supervised by one person.Employing the three new supervisors, who would be paramedics and have the rank of captain, would cost about $130,000 annually. Monday through Friday only by two paid paramedics, and supplemented with volunteers, but that sometimes is insufficient, Roakes said.at two different levels of care in two parts of the county, Roakes said in December, meaning that Amherst is not covered as well as the Monelison and Pedlar areas.Some nights, Amherst EMS volunteers do not respond to emergency calls, which require Pedlar or Monelison personnel to respond, Roakes said in December.That means a response time of 12 to 15 minutes, scenario, he said.occurs weekly, he said, as many as 50 times during the previous three months. A total of 54 calls, including the ones last night, to me, is critical, Roakes said Dec. 7.Between last February and June, Pedlar and Monelison responded to 50 to 60 calls in the Amherst area, rather than Amherst Life Saving Crew volunteers. these are calls they don respond to, Roakes said.The problem is more pronounced at night, because there is no staffing in Amherst.The county fire chiefs agreed to meet with the supervisors July 19 to discuss their goals.In other discussions with the supervisors, Roakes updated the supervisors on plans to upgrade the regional radio system.The system now is 13 years old. time for us now Ferragamo Belt Ladies
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