The Andrews Town Council held an administrative meeting on July 26.
The council discussed health insurance coverage for town employees.
Clerk/Treasurer Bill Johnson says, "Today I wanted to give them [council] information."
The town is addressing complaints the council and clerk's office have received about the current plan.
President John Harshbarger says the goal is to "select a plan that will work for everybody most of the time."
The council will study options for change and revisit the issue at the monthly meeting of council in August.
Also discussed were:
• Budgetary issues. Johnson says he will have an advertised budget ready by the next meeting of council.
• Utility Rates. A visitor will address the council at the August meeting to discuss the possibility of a rate study on the town's rates. As it stands, Andrews has not had a rate study in 20 years. Johnson says right now the town's average water and sewage bill is roughly $45, which is significantly under the state's average of roughly $65 for each bill.