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From left to right: Pulaski County Attorney Martin Hatfield, Magistrate Mike Strunk, Magistrate Mike Wilson, Magistrate Glenn Maxey, Councilor Jim Mitchell, Councilor Mike New, Magistrate Jason Turpen, Magistrate Tommy Barnett, and Somerset City Attorney Carrie Wiese joined Pulaski County Judge-executive Barty Bullock and Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler (both seated) in signing the newest interlocal agreement drawn up between the two entities over the operations and funding of Somerset-Pulaski County EMS. The new agreement ends several months of disagreements between the governments over apparent issues with EMS funding.

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