Sec. 2A-2. Amendments.

(a) Section 4-6.601, titled “Insurance,” of County of Yolo Ordinance No. 849, above adopted by reference in Section 2A.1, is amended, in its entirety, to read as follows:
“Section 406.601. Insurance.
“Every licensed ambulance company operating within the County shall have in force and effect at all times, insurance issued by a company licensed to do business in the State of California, and providing for the payment of damages for bodily injury in an amount no less than $500,000 per occurrence, for medical malpractice liability in an amount no less than $500,000 per occurrence, and for property damage in an amount no less than $50,000 per occurrence. The County and the City of Woodland shall be named additional insureds on any such insurance policy or policies, and proof of said insurance shall be submitted to the Licensing Officer at the time application is made for a new license, or at the time of renewal of an existing license. In addition, every licensed ambulance company operating within the County also shall have in force and effect at all times worker's compensation insurance is required by law, and the Licensing Officer shall be given proof thereof at the time application is made for a new license, or at the time of renewal of an existing license.”
(b) County of Yolo Ordinance No. 849, above adopted by reference in Section 2A.1, is amended by added thereto “ARTICLE 9. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS”, AS FOLLOWS:
“ARTICLE 9. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS”.
“Section 4-6.901. Reports Required.
Beginning on September 30, 1979 and continuing each calendar quarter thereafter the Licensing Officer shall provide to the City of Woodland the following information:
(1) The number of calls for emergency service made within the Woodland ambulance service area;
(2) The number of “dry runs” made within the Woodland ambulance service area;
(3) The current listed rates of all ambulance companies operating within Yolo County;
(4) Data showing what the County of Yolo pays for emergency service in the Woodland ambulance service area;
(5) Data showing what the County of Yolo pays for “dry runs” for emergency service in the Woodland ambulance service area;
(6) Such other information requested by the City of Woodland which reasonably may be provided without significant burden on the Licensing Officer.
In addition, each ambulance company operating within the Woodland ambulance service area shall provide to the City of Woodland, beginning on September 30, 1979 and continuing each calendar quarter thereafter, data showing actual charges for all private patients and such other information as the City of Woodland reasonably may request.” (Ord. No. 945, § 2.)