Voters at a special town meeting in Putney Thursday night reaffirmed the $1.8 million budget they approved in March.
The vote was an endorsement of Rescue Inc, a multi-town emergency services coop that Putney has used for decades.
The original budget, presented in March, called for the town to switch to Golden Cross, a for-profit ambulance service based in Claremont, NH and Westminster.
Golden Cross offered to serve the town for $22,000 less than Rescue Inc. But voters in March amended the budget to pay for the higher-priced services of Rescue Inc.