City’s health insurance could go up by $140K

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

 It could reportedly cost the city an additional $140,000 per year to continue providing health insurance for its more than 100 employees. Referencing the strategy used to lower insurance costs for the current year, Mayor Steve Rosenthal said, “This increase is based on what we’re already doing.”

 
 
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