Macon-Bibb Op and Finance approves cuts to health insurance costs
MACON, Ga. -- The Macon-Bibb Operations and Finance Committee approved 9 out of 10 recommendations Tuesday to cut health insurance costs for next year.
Consultants said Macon-Bibb commission could make the healthcare changes for employees now to save $1.3 million in the budget.
From 2017 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, there were approved Tuesday:
- $316K for Jeffersonville Rd. improvements
- $206K for engineering costs for improvements to roads and sidewalks near Middle Georgia State to improve safety for students
- $250K for engineering costs for roundabout near Navicent Health