Olentangy expects eventual deficit

Olentangy expects eventual deficit

There are 4 comments on the ThisWeek Community Newspapers story from Jun 15, 2011, titled Olentangy expects eventual deficit. In it, ThisWeek Community Newspapers reports that:

The Olentangy school board on June 8 heard a first reading of its fiscal year 2012 general fund budget.

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Lucas BMI

Ashburn, VA

#1 Jun 15, 2011
Let's post the Supers BMI etc stats as well as those of all School Board Members, Teachers and Administrators together with drug and alcohol, sexual preference, etc. info.
Cherry Picking

Portsmouth, OH

#2 Jun 15, 2011
Amazing! The current level of coverage versus shared expenses of employees in the district’s health plan put to shame most plans in Ohio. No deductibles, no co-pays,$5 & $10 dollars meds. This is a gold policy and staff share little in the costs. Now they start talking cherry picking by the insurance on staff to save money. If you are young and healthy you are good to go. If you get ill you pay more. If you gain weight you pay more. How much is too much alcohol consumption? Are we looking at caffeine consumption as well? Most teachers are heading into the age group where issues start to happen. This conversation hoses staff and is an insurance company’s dreams come true. Higher than need be premiums with no claims for young policy holders. When you start incurring claims because of your bad lifestyles, your premiums raise offsetting the liability of the insurance company. Insurance is a shared cost pool. Now we stray to single out those who have issues. Perhaps clinical depression could be worth another $50 per month? You would not expect that sharing current costs would be the logical start to cost reductions. But the too, little is logical on how this board thinks. Watch out staff. Now that 10 pounds over the holiday could raise your premium $20 monthly with a lock in on the rate increases of at least six months. Big brother is watching your evey move now.
Cherry Picking

Portsmouth, OH

#3 Jun 15, 2011
azing! The current level of coverage versus shared expenses of employees in the district’s health plan put to shame most plans in Ohio. No deductibles, no co-pays,$5 & $10 dollars meds. This is a gold policy and staff share little in the costs. Now they start talking cherry picking by the insurance on staff to save money. If you are young and healthy you are good to go. If you get ill you pay more. If you gain weight you pay more. How much is too much alcohol consumption? Are we looking at caffeine consumption as well? Most teachers are heading into the age group where issues start to happen. This conversation hoses staff and is an insurance company’s dreams come true. Higher than need be premiums with no claims for young policy holders. When you start incurring claims because of your bad lifestyles, your premiums raise offsetting the liability of the insurance company. Insurance is a shared cost pool. Now we stray to single out those who have issues. Perhaps clinical depression could be worth another $50 per month? You would not expect that sharing current costs would be the logical start to cost reductions. But the too, little is logical on how this board thinks. Watch out staff. Now that 10 pounds over the holiday could raise your premium $20 monthly with a lock in on the rate increases of at least six months. Big brother is watching your every move now.
Oscar

Naperville, IL

#4 Jun 22, 2011
When is the public going to demand that school's are open the year round? Kids can go 3 qtrs. only with 25% more handling the buildings WITHOUT building MORE schools! Wise use of facilities is prudent and more economical for all. With computers, technology can handle the input from scheduling. Think about it!! Our schools sit empty for 3 months every year. Can a private business shut down their buildings for 3 months?

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