Employees won’t see an increase in their monthly costs.
By James Roberts
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 at 4:00 pm (Updated: August 10, 4:16 pm)
The city's crystal ball seems to be in perfect working order. Despite a 24.5 percent increase in health insurance rates last year, Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young and City Clerk Cary Noe budgeted for a 10 percent increase this year thanks to some predictions from health care insiders.
As it happens, 10 percent was a little on the high side. During a special meeting Monday, Campbellsville City Council members approved new health insurance rates for city employees.
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