LYNDONVILLE — Lyndon Municipal Administrator Justin Smith in an email to Lyndon Rescue outlined the town’s concerns about costs of a new ambulance facility and questioned why a recent study did not include investigation of a merger with CALEX.

At a meeting of the LRI board Monday night, Sarah Cousino expressed disappointment in the study’s outcome, saying the Lyndon Select Board and municipal officials had wanted to see a deeper examination of what a consolidated EMS service could look like - and mean - for the region.

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