The Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communication System (ISICS) and COVID-19 are again on the agenda for next week’s Carroll County Board of Supervisors meeting. They will begin with a discussion on participation in the Ground Emergency Medical Transportation (GEMT) program, which allows publicly operated ambulance services to cover the difference between the true cost of a call and Medicaid-based payments, mileage and other reimbursements. The board will then discuss the ISICS sites in Coon Rapids and Lanesboro, including propane tank and contract proposals, fencing plans, along with a development update from Rey Freeman, a consultant on the project. One of the final items on the agenda is a discussion on the county’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Monday, Nov. 23 meeting begins at 9 a.m. in the courthouse meeting room and will be livestreamed via YouTube. Details on how to attend the meeting remotely or submit comments can be found included below.
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