Healthy dialogue?Board debates insurance at three different meetings in a single week

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

The search for a  viable insurance plan for city of Indianola employees continued during a special call meeting on June 10, but even after the session, which lasted an hour and a half, no conclusive decision was made.

 
 
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