Monday, May 05, 2008

High fuel costs squeeze rural emergency services

High fuel costs are squeezing rural fire and ambulance services, "and most small town and rural fire chiefs don't see an end to the high costs in sight," Dustin Tracy reports in the Northwest Arkansas Times. (Read more)

While state and local laws and policies vary widely, this seems like a story that could be done almost anywhere. How are your rural communities coping with $4-a-gallon diesel fuel and $3.59-a-gallon gasoline?

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