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Ambulance station future on Cambria health district agenda

The current Cambria Community Healthcare District building/ambulance station is 60 years old.
The current Cambria Community Healthcare District building/ambulance station is 60 years old.

The future of the North Coast’s Main Street ambulance station will again be a topic of discussion, and maybe decisions this time, at the Cambria Community Healthcare District’s June 28 meeting.

Trustees will confer at their new monthly meeting time and location, 1 p.m. at the Old Cambria Grammar School’s main-building conference room, 1350 Main St.

Site options that trustees could consider, according to a special June 14 presentation by the Property and Facilities Committee, include:

▪  Refurbishing/updating the current building at 2535 Main St., parts of which are 60 years old.

▪  Building a new facility, either on the Main Street property (after demolishing the current buildings) or at another location, after selling the current site.

▪  Selling the site (including the medical buildings next door) and buying another building which could be remodeled and/or added onto to meet the needs and regulations for a public-safety facility.

For details and for a full list of items on the June 28 agenda (such as the district’s 2016-17 budget), go to www.cambria-health care.org or call 927-8304.

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