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Insurance to change for Montgomery County retirees

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Retired Montgomery County employees will see a change in their health insurance coverage at the start of next year. The County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution last week to switch 227 retirees over 65 from the current Medicare plan to a cheaper, government-subsidized Medicare Advantage plan. The new plan is projected to save a total of $410,000 over 2013. “We have to look for every little dollar that’s around,” said St. Johnsville Town Supervisor ...

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