Wilmington sees insurance costs drop
December 16, 2012 11:54PM
Hundreds of people attend a town hall meeting against the proposed Joliet immigrant detention center Thursday, December 13, 2012, at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church Social Hall in Joliet. | Brett Roseman~Sun-Times Media
Updated: January 18, 2013 6:03AM
Insurance costs drop
WILMINGTON — The Wilmington City Council received a little good news at its last meeting — health care costs are projected to decrease about 3 percent next year for the city.
The city’s insurance representative Bob Bryce congratulated the city on the news. Additional changes are coming, he said, including the end to pre-existing conditions in 2014 that will mean guaranteed issue of policies, he said.
Accepting candidate petitions
ROMEOVILLE — The office of Gayle Crompton, board secretary of the White Oak Library District, will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Dec. 26, excluding Dec. 22-25, for the purpose of accepting candidate petitions or certificates of nomination for the Consolidated Election on April 9.
Up for election are two six-year trustee terms.
From staff reports