The City Council will discuss and possibly take action on raising its charges for ambulance service during its meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5.
According to Administrative Assistant Mary-Clare Maslyn, the city is subsidizing its ambulance service to unincorporated county areas by almost $45,000.Due to new state regulations that set rates that cities may charge for such services, the city may bring its charges up to bring its revenues and operating costs more in line, Maslyn said.
Also during the meeting, Jim Matsumori from Smith Capital Markets will present refunding on sewer project bonds that retire in 1998, which could allow the city to pay a lower interest rate on its yearly payments.
Other actions during the meeting include a presentation from Utah Crime Solvers, possible action on zoning ordinances and discussion of future water storage projects.
The meeting, which starts at 7 p.m., will be held in the Spanish Fork City offices, 40 S. Main.