In today’s Daily Journal:
An appellate ruling released Tuesday upholds a 2009 court decision that relieved the city of paying the county board of health for three years of specialized health services.
The health board sued the city in February 2009 claiming Vineland owed $202,000 for children’s health services rendered from 2005 to 2007.
Four members of City Council — excluding only president Pete Coccaro — had refused to pay the bill, arguing it wasn’t clear exactly what services the city received.
Though he was on the other side of the issue then, Coccaro said Tuesday he is grateful for the remaining council’s stance.