The Douglas County Commission meeting on Monday could be billed as the "Ted McFarlane Show," since the director of Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness is scheduled to present three reports.
McFarlane will inform the county about the 1991 budgets of the ambulance service and emergency preparedness office. He also will discuss collection of delinquent ambulance service collections and options to collect charges from helicopter companies that transport patients attended by the county ambulance service.
McFarlane's reports are the only business on the commission's regular agenda. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the county courthouse, 11th and Massachusetts streets.
Here is Monday's agenda:
Consider Dec. 4 minutes.
Consider commission orders.
Consider a request from Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center for financial support for 1991 financial audit and the fiscal years thereafter.
Receive report from Ted McFarlane, director of Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness, on 1991 ambulance service and emergency preparedness budgets and delinquent service collections.
Receive report from McFarlane on options for collecting charges for care associated with patients transported by helicopter.
Consider accounts payable and appointments; receive comment from the commission, county administrator and the public.