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Ambulance volunteers hastened to reassure residents of continued coverage as tension erupted over the continuing crisis in the Great Bend/Hallstead Ambulance Service at a meeting of the Great Bend Borough Council on July 1. John and Jennifer Brant of the local ambulance corps, and two uniformed representatives of the Broome Volunteer Emergency Squad, attended the meeting to answer questions arising out of a letter from R. Brent Meadows, Executive Director of the Bradford-Susquehanna Emergency Medical Service (BSEMS) denying the application of the local ambulance service to renew its license. BSEMS, based at the Guthrie Medical Center in Sayre, Pennsylvania, oversees emergency medical services in this area for the state. A copy of the letter was sent to all municipalities covered by the local ambulance volunteers.
Plans for a sixty-five room Best Western Hotel were on the table when the County Planning Commission met on June 29. Singh Realty, Andy Aulakh, owner, submitted the plan and was represented at the meeting by Edward Orloski, Director of Sales and Marketing. They are proposing a three-story hotel within the Gibson Commons Development off Route 560 in New Milford Township. This is near the Flying J complex and is expected to employee twenty-five to thirty people.
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