Wilton rejects Wellington’s ambulance-fee request

The Wilton Village Board denied the Town of Wellington’s request Monday that the former forgive or reduce two Wilton Ambulance Service chargebacks, a figure that reflects unpaid ambulance bills from town of Wellington patients.

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    The Norwalk Public Library hosted a bike-rodeo fundraiser Sunday in the village park.

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