A One-Sided Story


Some of our readers have commented that the stories presented on this blog seem to be one-sided.

Please correct me if I’m wrong, but the way I see it, there are at least four sides of the story that need to be presented: the volunteers at Moscow Ambulance, the city-paid administrators at Moscow Ambulance, PACT EMS, and the residents of the City of Moscow and of Latah County.

Going in reverse order, I want to know what opinions the residents of the city and county have on this matter. That is why we have a “Contact Us” page. If you are concerned or have information that you think should be presented on this subject, please contact us.

I have interviewed PACT EMS, and they have been open and forthright with their answers. That is perhaps why some of what I have written appears to be presented on their behalf. An important note is in order here: I do not represent PACT, nor am I affiliated in any way with the company.

I have also interviewed as many as I could of the city-paid administrators at Moscow Ambulance. They have not been open and forthright with their answers. Instead, when I requested to meet with them, they referred me to their attorney. For example, Fire Chief Brian Nickerson sent an email as follows,

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