DeKalb County is weighing bids that will award roughly $8.5 million worth of business to a private ambulance company. But one of the companies seeking that business says the county’s requirement that the winner pay $620,000 a year to reimburse taxpayer money spent on dispatching and another $1.4 million for new heart monitors on county firetrucks is unreasonable.
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