Quincy pays for health care hike

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By Erin Hill

During their Aug. 22 meeting, Quincy commissioners voted to accept Capital Health Plan’s 9.5 percent health insurance plan coverage increase.  They also voted to absorb the cost.
Commissioner Derrick Elias asked Finance Director Ted Beason if CHP’s health insurance goes up every year.
“It did the last two years,” Beason said.
The city’s health care cost for current employees will increase from $634,000 to $694,000, a $60,000 increase plus $8,000 for retirees.

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