Massena Central School Superintendent
He said hospitals had made staff cuts and haven't been able to do elective surgeries and other non-COVID-related procedures.
"That has ended up saving the health insurance plan money. If you remember, we've been looking originally at a 6 percent increase in health insurance premiums for next year. They were able to shave it down to 4.25 percent. Now, because of the savings through COVID, they were able to shave it down to a 2.6 percent increase in our health insurance premiums. So that's the upside of this,"
He also told board members that a five-year audit of the plan will be done by the
"It's a planned audit," he said.
New officers have been installed for the board of directors, with Harrisville Central School Superintendent
The Plan Administration Office is also on track to be phased out by September.
That function had been handled by staff at St. Lawrence-Lewis Board of
"As you know, Excellus took over our plan administration effective
He also reported that a request from the
"If a district wants to leave, they have to let the plan know in writing by
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