The city of Campbellsville will save approximately $100,000 it had planned to spend on health insurance increases for employees in the coming year.
At Tuesday night’s city council meeting, the city’s insurance broker, Kelly Hardy, presented proposals for employee insurance rates to the council from two companies, Humana and United Health Care.
The city had budgeted for an increase of 15 percent in insurance premiums for the coming year with Humana, its current provider.
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