Minn. council delays talk about 'crash tax'
Under the proposed plan, the South Metro Fire Department would charge nonresidents $577 for a serious crash
The St. Paul Pioneer Press
SOUTH St. PAUL, Minn. — South St. Paul officials this week tabled an initial reading of an ordinance that would set a fee when the city's fire department responds to serious crashes.
The South St. Paul City Council "was not ready for it quite yet" and held it for further discussion at an upcoming work-study session, city administrator Stephen King said.
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