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Council meets new volunteers for ambulance service

Staff writer

Peabody City Council held a brief meeting Monday evening, which opened with Mayor Larry Larsen introducing the council to four of five new trainees for Peabody’s ambulance service.

Peabody Community Foundation president Nelson Patton presented the city with a replica check for $3,510 from PCF to pay for the EMT training.

The new volunteers are Lindsay Hutchison, Lucas Larsen, Kim McCleary, Angela Straub, and Jylle Wilson.

In other business:

  • Council members approved accepting a bid for $43,000 from Vogts Parga to repair the shifting brick and concrete aprons in the 700 and 800 blocks of North Olive. The council approved encumbering the funds until 2015 if the company cannot get to the work this year because of timing or weather.
  • Larsen told the council that public works employees spent most of the day Friday working in the rain to replace four-foot section of 8-inch broken water pipe at Seventh and Walnut Sts.
  • Council members approved a $50 donation to the Marion County Toy Run.

Last modified Oct. 16, 2014