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State of Minnesota - Notice

State of Minnesota

STATE OF MINNESOTA
BEFORE THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
REGULATORY BOARD
In the Matter of the License
Application of Children’s Minnesota
NOTICE OF COMPLETED
APPLICATION
Minneapolis, Minnesota
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board (hereinafter EMSRB) has received a completed application from Children’s Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota for a new license to provide Advanced Life Support Specialized (ALSS) ambulance service statewide.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Minn. Stat. 144E. 11, subd.3, each municipality, county, community health board, governing body of a regional emergency medical services system, ambulance service and other person wishing to make recommendations concerning the disposition of the application, shall make written recommendations or comments opposing the application to the EMSRB within 30 days or by April 24, 2018, at 4:30 p.m.
Written recommendations or comments opposing the application should be sent to: Tony Spector, Executive Director, EMSRB, 2829 University Avenue S.E., Suite 310, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414-3222. If no more than five comments opposing the application are received during the comment period, and the EMSRB approves the application, the applicant will be exempt from a contested case herring, pursuant to Minn. Stat. 144E. 11, subd 4(a). If more than five comments in opposition to the application are received during the comment period, or the EMSRB denies the application, the applicant may immediately request a contested case hearing, or may try to resolve the objections of the public and/or the EMSRB within 30 days, pursuant to Minn. Stat. 144E.11, subd 5 (a)(b). If the applicant is unable to resolve the objections within 30 days, or if the applicant initially requests a contested case hearing, one will be scheduled and notice of the hearing given pursuant to Minn. Stat. 144E.11, subd. 5(c)-(e).
March 20, 2018
Tony Spector
Executive Director
(Published in The McLeod County Chronicle March 28, 2018)