WEST COUNTY--Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills

June 11, 1993

Crofton Civic Association to vote on insurance plan

Insurance will be the major topic of discussion at Monday night's Crofton Civic Association meeting.

The 13-member board of directors is scheduled to vote on a new viability insurance package, which protects the community's police officers, other employees and buildings, including Town Hall.

The special tax district, with a $550,000 annual budget, spends about $12,000 on liability insurance. Town Manager Barbara Swann said the current package expires July 1 and has been put out to bid.

One broker responded and has three companies for the board to discuss. Ms. Swann said she did not know which company the broker would recommend.

Also to be discussed is health insurance for the community's nine full-time employees, which costs the tax district about $32,000 a year.

Ms. Swann said U.S. Health Care, whose plan would have saved Crofton about $8,000 a year, declined to insure the employees. The Crofton board will discuss a proposal by the George Washington Health Plan, which could save the community about $5,000 a year, she said.

Other items on Monday's budget include discussions regarding

a new phone system for Town Hall and Fourth of July festivities.

The meeting is set for 7 p.m. in the Town Hall.

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