Litchfield earned a nice chunk of change for its successful effort to manage liability risk during fiscal year 2017-18.
Last week First Selectman Leo Paul Jr., on behalf of the town, received a $20,496 check from the town’s municipal insurer, the Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency.
The equity distribution check represented Litchfield’s prorated share of the $5 million CIRMA has distributed since July 1.
CIRMA is the leading provider of workers’ compensation and liability and property coverage for municipalities in Connecticut. In Litchfield, CIRMA covers all town departments and four fire departments.
Proper employee training, work rules and safe work environments earned Litchfield its distribution share, according to Paul, who sits on CIRMA’S board of directors.
The $20,496 has been deposited into the town’s general fund.
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