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Voters Approve Cameron's Ambulance Tax

The tax is expected to raise around $650,000 for the city's ambulance district. The money will help pay to update the ambulance fleet, hire more staff and cover maintenance costs on their vehicles.
(CAMERON, Mo.) Voters in Clinton and DeKalb counties approved an ambulance tax Tuesday.

The half-cent tax was approved by an a margin of nearly 2-to-1. The tax passed 298 to 157.

The tax is expected to raise around $650,000 for the city's ambulance district.

The money will help pay to update the ambulance fleet, hire more staff and cover maintenance costs on their vehicles.
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