THE CITY’S HEALTHCARE AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS TASK FORCE IS READY TO REPORT OUT, SEE IT HERE

The Healthcare and Retirement Benefits Task Force has finalized their recommendations to the Mayor and City Council.  These will be presented in the City Council’s B Session meeting this coming Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 2 pm in the Municipal Plaza “B” Room.  Recommendations are related to Policy and Budget Issues; the Police & Fire Pension Fund; Pre-Fund Uniform Healthcare; and other healthcare issues including plan design, contributions, wellness, stop loss coverage, dependent audits, and controlling healthcare costs as a priority in the next round of collective bargaining negotiations.  A number of specific recommendations were made by Rebecca Waldman, Vice-Chair of RECOSA, who has served on this committee as a representative of civilian retirees.  To  review the Task Force’s proposed recommendations, click here to link to the City of San Antonio website  Final Task Force Recommendations  RECOSA would appreciate any constructive  feedback on this process to our email, info.recosa@gmail.com which can then be forwarded to Ms. Waldman prior to next week’s meeting

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RECOSA is a non-profit organization of employees retired from the City of San Antonio. The mission of RECOSA is to inform retired municipal employees of the City of San Antonio and other stakeholders on matters concerning retiree healthcare and retirement benefits and to take such actions as necessary to protect and preserve these benefits in a responsible manner; to promote and sponsor activities for mutual benefit of all members; and to assist in maintaining and improving the quality of life for civilian retirees of the City of San Antonio.