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Resolution Extending Group Medical Insurance Benefits to the Board of Commissioners

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Reviewed Date: January 03, 2017

Original Author: 
Broughton, Jeff
Date Created: 
Aug 23, 2013


Subjects:
Insurance--Health
Personnel--Fringe benefits--Municipal resolutions

Resolution Extending Group Medical Insurance Benefits to the Board of Commissioners

Summary: 
MTAS was asked to provide a resolution extending group medical benefits to the board of commissioners.

Knowledgebase-Resolution Extending Group Medical Insurance Benefits to the Board of Commissioners

Resolution No. _____

A Resolution Extending Group Medical Insurance Benefits



WHEREAS, TCA 8-27-601 authorizes municipal corporations to provide group medical insurance for all employees and officials, and for the dependents of those employees and officials, of such municipal corporation; and

WHEREAS, the City of Belle Meade has provided such benefits to employees and dependents in the past through the city’s group medical insurance program; and

WHEREAS, the City of Belle Meade now desires to extend such benefits to the board of commissioners.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of the City of Belle Meade that the following is hereby adopted:

SECTION 1. That the city’s group medical insurance program is extended to the board of commissioners and eligible dependents effective ______________.


SECTION 2. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage, the public welfare requiring it.

_______________________________

Mayor

Date: __________________________

_______________________________
City Recorder

Approved as to Form and Legality
this ____ day of ________ 2013

_______________________________
City Attorney


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