Selma City Council approves health plan

Published 6:48 am Monday, October 23, 2023

The Selma City Council approved an Inventive/Preventive program for city employees.

Wiley Day Sr. and his son, Wiley Jr., appeared at a city council work session and council meeting discussing the plan on Oct. 5 and Oct. 10.

Day Sr. is President and CEO of Financial Institutional Change Agency, Inc. They are based out of Huntsville.

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Day Sr. said the plan would save the city over $100,000 yearly with an administrative fee of $85 per employee and $35 for city.

“Cities like Selma can benefit from this plan,” Day Sr. said. “Not a penny comes out of the City’s budget. It’s not magic. People have to take advantage of it.”

The plan was on the Mayor’s Report by Mayor James Perkins Jr.

The entire city council  was present at the meeting and approved: City Council President Billy Young, council members Troy Harvill, Christie Thomas, Jannie Thomas, Clay Carmichael, Michael Johnson, Lesia James, Atkin Jemison and Clay Carmichael