Iola’s contract to provide emergency medical services to the county is likely to be extended a year under the terms of the current pact.
City Council members agreed to extend the contract after Interim City Administrator Corey Schinstock reported the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has essentially prevented any hopes of renegotiating the pact before it expires.
The contract ends Dec. 31, but the terms stipulate the city or county must give a six-month notice if they plan to not extend the agreement.
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