Overton County Ambulance Service will soon have a new office in which the public can pay bills and take care of other business.
A new manufactured building has been installed in front of the Ambulance Service building and set-up is nearing completion.
Overton County Ambulance Service Director Jim Morgan told the Overton County Public Safety Committee on Tuesday, Jan. 10, “It’s coming along.”
At that time, the split system for heating had been installed and the water tap was in place, but the water line had not yet been set up because of the ground being too wet. A pole for electric to be hooked up was also yet to be installed.
“We’re going to put a generator on the building,” Morgan informed the committee.
He also explained to the committee members why the building was installed away from the permanent structure.
“I didn’t want to put it over at the building where we were looking at putting that addition, just in case something happened that we could do the addition later. I didn’t want to have to move it just so we could do an addition. That would be a lot more expense.
“That’s why we set it where we did.”
If funds become available at a later date, an addition could be made to the permanent structure, and the manufactured building could then be sold.
“And it’ll be easy for the public just to come in and pull off right there,” Morgan said.
The new office will also be handicap accessible.
“We won’t open that up until we get it handicap accessible from the front,” Morgan explained.
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