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City stops free insurance for spouses, children

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'If we don't make changes, it will mean $156,000 out of our budget.'

By James Roberts

Health insurance coverage will no longer be free to spouses and children of City employees.

Forced to cut back on costs, Campbellsville City Council members approved a new health insurance plan that passes more of the cost on to employees.

Speaking to Council members during Tuesday night's regular meeting, Kelly Harding of Reed Bros. Insurance said the goal was to keep the City's premium as close to the current amount of $995,041 as possible.


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