Click here for the full story. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Just hours after going through a mock drill in Code 3 trauma in her City College course in paramedic training, Janet Catala came face to face with the real thing Wednesday morning. In her car and stopped at a traffic signal on Davie Boulevard, Catala said she watched in disbelief as a car broadsided a Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue ambulance as it sped eastward toward Broward Health Medical Center.
Brighton says the Trust covers over 16,000 members currently and by the Kenai Peninsula employees joining it would set a flat rate for the District over the next year. District Spokeswoman Pegge Erkeneff says the last meeting was rescheduled so that a consultant could be present to answer questions about the high-deductible health care plan proposed by the unions. Brighton: “The nice thing about that is that it locks us in at an annual rate, similar to other commercial healthcare plans. But this one is a non-profit organization designed and chaired in Alaska for Alaskan educators.” Erkeneff: “This is a plan to the Public Health Trust and so that person will be there and talk about what that will actually entail and look like in actual costs, given what our district’s number of employees are and what’s covered so that we’ll be able to get some good questions answered.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Another bargaining session between the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District and local teacher and support staff unions is scheduled for March 30. KPEA’s David Brighton says the proposal submitted in February means teachers and support staff would not be self-funding their insurance anymore. The upcoming bargaining session between the District and the unions is set for 4:00 pm on Wednesday, March 30, in the 4D Building conference room in Soldotna.