Suffern Treasurer Claims Village is Refusing His Insurance

According to the former Treasurer of Suffern, Thomas Zordan, who retired in late September, the village is refusing to pay his health insurance now that he isn’t working for them. Zordan stated to the Journal News that he believed he would be on the village’s health insurance for free for the rest of his life, and was surprised when it expired on November 1. The 55–year old worked for Suffern for the last ten years and according to a village attorney, Lance Klein who spoke with the Rockland newspaper the interim Treasurer Michael Genito found discrepancies and errors in the financial report. Zordan stated that the village is attempting to find reasons to avoid paying his health insurance and he did nothing wrong. Klein stated that retirees are required to pay an unspecified amount to receive coverage and a forensic accountant will be hired to look into claims of financial errors.

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