City renews insurance with $134K increase in premiums

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

The time is nigh for the city lawmakers to vote on whether or not to pay the premium that renews the employees' health insurance coverage, but a few questions had to be raised before the aldermen agreed to sign-off on a more than $134,000 annual payment increase. 

 
 
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