Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox
October 12, 2010
If you're a city employee, you're likely going to have to pay more for health care and retirement. This year's budget saves $11.5 million in such costs, according to city officials. That's on top of $20 million in savings city officials say they now realize annually since switching to a new health plan in January.
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