News from Whittier Daily News:

COMMERCE >> General Manager Tony Perez of the Central Basin Municipal Water District on Monday will propose a counteroffer to its insurance carrier, which had proposed canceling its policy.

Perez’s proposal, which will go to the Board of Directors at its 10 a.m. Monday meeting, still would require the loss of insurance coverage for six months.

The insurance carrier, the Association of California Water Agencies Joint Powers Insurance Authority, had recommended in March canceling the district’s insurance because of concerns it was paying out more in liability claims than it was receiving from the district.

In April, Walter Sells, the JPIA executive director, offered to suspend the district’s employment practice liability insurance for six months and have Central Basin withdraw from the workers compensation insurance program for a year. It could then reapply under that proposal.

Sells also proposed requiring the district’s board to renegotiate its contract with Perez so that it would take a 4-1 vote to terminate his contract. He……….. continues on Whittier Daily News.

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