The Arcadia City Council reviewed several proposals that would potentially alter healthcare programs for city employees. The Council is looking at potential changes on the heels of a large spike in Florida BlueCross/BlueShield premiums.
Finance Director Beth Carsten told the council the city currently pays 95 percent of employee premiums, and staying with the current plan would cost the city an additional $65,730.60 in 2015.
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