by Matthew Wilson
JAY — The Missisquoi Valley Ambulance Service has been in existence for over 45 years, but its time may be coming to an abrupt end.
The organization was incorporated in 1977 to serve communities around Jay, providing help in case of medical emergencies, but after a long struggle to make up for fiscal problems created by former management, it appears its weight of debt has become too much for its subscribing towns to bear. The leaders of those towns have decided to work with the Newport Ambulance Service.
On Monday evening representatives from Jay, Troy, and Lowell went to an advisory meeting held by the ambulance service….
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