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Leading National Ambulance Service Is Acquiring CMT

Leading National

Ambulance Service

Is Acquiring CMT

Margaret McGown, Mark Zeek Ran

Cooperstown Company For 38 Years

Margaret McGown nad Mark Zeek of Cooperstown today sold Cooperstown Medical Transport, which they’ve been operatiing 38 years. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

The distinctive Cooperstown Medical Transport ambulances are familiar sights in Otsego, Delaware and Chenango counties.

COOPERSTOWN – Owners Margaret McGown and Mark Zeek today announced the sale of Cooperstown Medical Transport to AMR (American Medical Response), which employs 28,000 emergency medical personnel in 40 states and Washington, D.C.

An asset-purchase agreement has been signed, and the sale is expected to be complete by the end of March, pending final approval by the Susquehanna Regional EMS Council, covering Chenango County, and the Adirondack/Appalachian EMS council, which covers Otsego and Delaware counties.

In a press release, AMR said it will transition employees and customers to the new entity between now and then.

On Today, Cooperstown Native Recalls Work With George Bush

On Today, Cooperstown Native

Recalls Work With George Bush

Cooperstown native and NBC’s TODAY senior producer Karen Trosset, second from left in this photo from Kennebunkport, Maine, where President George H.W. Bush maintained a summer home, has worked on numerous projects with Jenna Bush Hager and the Bush family. In her own words, she remembers President George H.W. Bush.

CLICK HERE TO READ KAREN’S ACCOUNT

SHERIFF DECLARES  VICTORY

2018 MIDTERM ELECTIONS

SHERIFF

DECLARES 

VICTORY

ONEONTA – Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. isn’t waiting for his challenger, Bob Fernandez, to come around.

“We are very confident, we are declaring victory,” the incumbent Devlin declared after Fernandez, a retired state trooper and registered Republican who is running as a Democrat, declined to concede the hard-fought race.

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