Volusia County Considering Changes
To Employee / Retiree Health Insurance

County Manager:
Retirees' Health Insurance Is A 2 Million Dollar Liability.

April 7, 2015
"A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on." - Winston Churchill

Volusia County Is Pondering
Major Changes To Employee Health Plan

VolusiaExposed.Com attended the April 2, 2015 meeting of the Volusia County Council.

During this meeting - the council was presented with a staff presentation, regarding the status of the Volusia County employee health insurance plan.

County Manager James Dinneen discussed possible changes to the county's employee health insurance plan.

If you are a current, or retired county employee - you WILL want to review the attached videos (part 1 & 2) from that presentation !

Yeah - it's a long video - but we highly recommend watching the last 20-30 minutes of the video, involving the county manager's and council's discussions. Also pay attention to Council member Deb Deny's comments & concerns...very interesting

Lastly, for any of our readers that have doubts as to whether the county's high risk employees (law enforcement officers, correctional officers and fire fighters) earned their retirement and health benefits - we (VolusiaExposed) invite you to review a recently filed sheriff department report, which details three Volusia County correctional officers being bitten and having urine thrown on them.

Volusia County Council Meeting
April 2, 2015

Part 1

Part 2



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