The Council Bluffs Town Council approved Mayor Matt Walsh to enter into an arrangement with the Iowa Division of Transportation on a venture that’ll change sections of two holes at Dodge Riverside Golfing System.
In the course of its assembly Monday night time, the council unanimously authorised obtaining Walsh move the venture forward, with the town and DOT established to do the job with each other on a prepare that will impression the 13th hole green and encompassing area, alongside with the 14th hole tee and portions of the 14th hole fairway as the DOT renovates the Council Bluffs Interstate Method.
The charge of the system renovation do the job related to the interstate is $159,000, which will be lined with DOT money, town Parks Director Larry Foster said in his submission about the arrangement to the council.
The council also unanimously authorised a resolution to settle for their part of a settlement between Two Rivers Insurance Corporation and the Iowa Insurance Division. In the course of the council’s examine session, town Human Sources Director Jon Finnegan reiterated his suggestion that the town acquire the settlement in lieu of pursuing legal motion versus Two Rivers on its possess.
Two Rivers listed an inflated premium total that incorporated the Wellmark established premium and undisclosed fees and commissions for Two Rivers, according to a the Iowa Insurance Division.
“By presenting these fees and commissions as ‘premiums,’ the billing statements and level summaries had the capability to mislead the IGHCP associates into believing that this total was the insurance provider-established premium, when it in actuality incorporated undisclosed payment to Two Rivers,” Tammi Green with the insurance division’s enforcement bureau said in a letter to Walsh.
As component of the settlement, the insurance division expected Two Rivers to pay out $1.31 million as restitution to associates of the Iowa Governmental Overall health Treatment Prepare. The town will acquire $253,418.10 and the Council Bluffs Public Library would acquire $8,201.95 as component of the settlement.
In his submission to the council on the matter, Finnegan had observed that the town saved pretty much $1.5 million the initial calendar year it signed on with Two Rivers, in contrast to the preceding service provider, and ongoing to save income from there.
Finnegan observed the town would have to seek the services of exterior counsel and demonstrate the town had damages stemming from the case.
“I’m not positive how we would do that,” Finnegan said about proving damages.