Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors inaugurated the new Rt. 19 home of the Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Service on December 5 by holding their official monthly business meeting in the recently completed structure, which shares a site with the Fire Company’s park station. The new EMS base station replaces its former quarters on Thomson Park Drive which it has occupied for the past twenty years. In addition to garaging all of the agency’s vehicles – which had not been possible at its previous location – the new building is equipped to accommodate its eight daytime staff members with room to grow. At their meeting, Cranberry’s Board ratified a pair of agreements to provide the EMS with information technology services and equipment, for which the EMS would pay the associated costs. EMS Board President Don Scelza explained the organization’s service initiatives directed toward infants and the elderly in Cranberry. Also at the meeting, Paul Harris of Alcoa presented a check for $3,000 to the ambulance service in appreciation of the EMS’s vital work and in anticipation of continuing their partnership on behalf of the Cranberry community. The station is expected be in full operation by December 13. For more information, contact Public Safety Director Jeff Schueler at email@example.com.