Two months ago, the County Commission chose a new company to provide ambulance services to the county’s unincorporated areas.
The divorce with the old company wasn’t a happy one.
On Wednesday, the county got a court order giving it immediate possession of an ambulance the county contended that it had purchased in 2004 with $50,000 in public funds. The county had let Rocky Mountain use the ambulance during the period of their agreement. But the company hadn’t given it back.
The county showed state District Court that it had title to the ambulance.