Spring Valley reaches last-minute insurance coverage deal to avert shutdown

Members say they did not initially get the

Members say they did not initially get the information they needed to make a smart decision.

Spring Valley officials reached a last-minute deal on the village’s insurance coverage Friday, averting a shut-down that would have sent public officers home on Monday.

Village Mayor Demeza Delhomme held the meeting to try and seek the board's approval. Tensions mounted as newer board members demanded more information on an upcoming $1.8 million insurance bill, an alleged 20 percent spike.


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