Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has challenged numerous court rulings that ordered him to pay more than 400 retired Police Department employees about $573,000 due to overcharging health insurance.
For more than 400 retired Police Department employees from Baltimore County the fight continues as they try to get reimbursed for being overcharged for health insurance.
A Baltimore County Police Union and the trustees of the county’s pension fund have dropped a law suit that revolved around a loan for a capital project.
In July 2012, the trustees agreed to lend the county up to $25 million to upgrade a recycling facility in Cockeysville. The loan was to be repaid over 15 years.
The Baltimore County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 4 sued the trustees in January, alleging they did not follow their own procedures in approving the loan, such as seeking independent advice on the matter.