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Montana Coal Board Continues to Aid in Community Growth

 

January 15, 2020

David Jones

Four newly elected Roundup City Council members were sworn in by Mayor Sandra Jones at the first council meeting of 2020 on January 7th. They are from left: Jeremy Erickson representing Ward 2; James Vivirito representing Ward 1; Dave Liggett representing Ward 4 and Dolly Long representing Ward 3

The Montana Coal Board recently awarded Roundup Memorial Healthcare $85,500 for their Access to Emergency Services Project. The project's primary intention is to address deficiencies in infrastructure due to the age of the facility (built in 1953). Infrastructure needs in this project include the: 40-year-old emergency generator system, 34-year-old control system and domestic hot water system, 80-year-old tractor (used for snow removal), and HVAC system (most installed in the 80's).

"As a local Critical Access Hospital, it is essential to have efficient emergency services equipment," said H...



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