Shaler commissioners unanimously approved a new health care policy for its management employees at Tuesday night's meeting.
Previously, the township fully paid the health care costs for its employees. "That is no longer sustainable," manager Tim Rogers said.
The new health reimbursement account plan provides guidelines for management employees to save their own money toward health care expenses after retirement.
Mr. Rogers said eligible township management employees were given the opportunity to retire before the new plan became effective and two have.
Rita Michel, freelance writer: email@example.com