"But it does provide air ambulance services right here in Hannibal so if air ambulance service is needed, it's probably only 3 to 4 minutes away, maybe even less," LaGarce said.
The city council also voted to allow Hannibal voters to approve a recycling fee increase. The measure will appear on the November Ballot.
Council members also approved a MoDOT proposal to upgrade Mark Twain Avenue and expand the sidewalks leading into Downtown Hannibal. That project won't start until 2015.
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