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March 14, 2014

Clarification

PEABODY — Light Plant Commissioner Charles Bonfanti was listed in a recent story as receiving his health insurance from the city, at a cost of $15,516 to the city. As the story noted, he is a retired city employee. As a result, the insurance benefit in his case stems not from his service on the Light Commission, but from his status as a retired employee.

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