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Additional fringe benefits approved for Horton city employees

(KNZA)--Additional fringe benefits have been approved for Horton City employees.

The Horton City Commission at their July 19 meeting approved a list of additional fringe benefits presented by City Administrator John Calhoon for full and part-time non-seasonal city employees, mayor and commissioners.

The benefits include swimming pool passes, discounted rates to rent the Armory and Blue Building and shooting range passes. In addition, they include seasonal boating/jet ski passes and free camping in 14-day spots at the city's Mission Lake.

Calhoon said if an employee receives benefits valued over $100 annually, it would be added as taxable income to the employees W-2.

In other action, the Commission approved Blue Cross/Blue Shield as the new health insurance provider for full-time employees, effective September 1st.



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