Better days for OC emergency services
The irony of last night’s spectacle was not lost on Scott Moulder. The second-year Oconee County administrator said the large turnout for last night’s County council meeting by the county’s emergency services staff and the many volunteers who make up the volunteer rescue, HAZMAT, fire department and other emergency services was a sign of today’s better relations betweenPine Streetand those who lay it on the line in emergency situations. There was a time in the past that the volunteers, so frustrated by their county government, had considered parking their vehicles and leaving them. But that, Moulder says, was then and the climate of their relations today is much better, as the county made true to its promise to implement an emergency services plan of improvement.