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$48,933 Saved After Councilor Benefits Revoked

Robert Enos thanks the budget commission for looking out for taxpayers.

Thanks you commission chairman Michael O'Keefe for protecting taxpayers.

At the end of October, city councilors will no longer be eligible for medical and dental benefits funded by taxpayer dollars, saving the city $48,933 annually, according to

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Ron Carmark February 12, 2012 at 09:56 PM
I hope that is just the beginning of cuts. Problem is City spends too much not taxes too little!I am especially glad that Councilwoman Kleyla is having her benefits cut after promising not to take them in the first place.
Lady Integrity February 15, 2012 at 09:29 PM
I don't think this cut to the health care benefits will hurt Kleyla because I think she'll be voted out of office in the next election. Too bad they didn't implement the cuts right away,

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