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Public notices, May 7, 2013

May 7, 2013
The Journal

PUBLISH

(May 7, 2013)

STATE OF MIN-

NESOTA

BEFORE THE EMER-

GENCY MEDICAL

SERVICES REGULA-

TORY BOARD

In the Matter of the

License Application of

Allina Health EMS

St. Paul, Minnesota

NOTICE OF COM-

PLETED APPLICA-

TION

PLEASE TAKE NO-

TICE that the Emer-

gency Medical Ser-

vices Regulatory

Board (hereinafter

EMSRB) has received

a completed applica-

tion from Allina

Health EMS- St. Paul,

Minnesota, for Expan-

sion of Primary Ser-

vice Area to provide

statewide ambulance

service under Ad-

vanced Life Support

(ALS) Specialized

license #0220.

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that, pursuant

to Minnesota Statutes

144E.11, subdivision

3, each municipality,

county, community

health board, govern-

ing body of a regional

emergency medical

services system, am-

bulance service and

other person wishing

to make recommenda-

tions concerning the

disposition of the appli-

cation, shall make

written recommenda-

tions or comments op-

posing the application

to the EMSRB within

30 days or by May

30,2013,4:30 p.m.

Written recommenda-

tions or comments op-

posing the application

should be sent to:

Pamela Biladeau, Exe-

cutive Director,

EMSRB, 2829 Univer-

sity Avenue S.E.,

Suite 310, Minneapo-

lis, Minnesota

55414-3222. If no

more than five com-

ments opposing the

application are re-

ceived during the com-

ment period, and the

EMSRB approves the

application, the appli-

cant will be exempt

from a contested case

hearing, pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

144E.11, subdivision

4(a). If more than five

comments in opposi-

tion to the application

are received during the

comment period, or

the EMSRB denies the

application, the appli-

cant may immediately

request a contested

case hearing, or may

try to resolve the ob-

jections of the public

and/or the EMSRB

within 30 days, pur-

suant to Minnesota

Statutes 144E.11,

subdivision 5(a), (b). If

the applicant is unable

to resolve the objec-

tions within 30 days,

or if the applicant ini-

tially requests a con-

tested case hearing,

one will be scheduled

and notice of the hear-

ing given pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

144E.11, subdivision

5(c)-(e).

Date: 4/10/2013

Pamela Biladeau, Exe-

cutive Director

 
 
 

 

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