The city of Fenton could renew its contract with on Monday, for another year at no cost in taxes to residents.
Fenton began contracting with on Feb. 1, 2010, said Robert Cairnduff, chief of the . The three-year contract expires Jan. 31, 2013 and can be renewed on a yearly basis.
"We've been getting phenomenal service," Cairnduff said.
Ambulance response times are less than five minutes for Tier I life threatening emergencies, he said. In addition, participates in public relations events for Fenton and supports other organizations and causes in the community.
Fenton administrators review performance regularly and receive monthly reports, he said. It's good to have the contract renewed yearly, in case of any issues. There haven't been problems, Cairnduff added.
The city needs to notify STAT EMS in October that it would like to renew the contract for another year, he said. Linden's fire chief intends to have the same type of discussion with the firm, which also supplies ambulance services in the