Fairfield receives check from insurance carrier’s program


First Selectman Michael Tetreau received a check from Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency’s Members’ Equity Distribution Program. Shown, from left, are Steven Bixler, CIRMA’s Vice President of Underwriting, Marketing and Member Relations, CIRMA Underwriter Kristen Rider, Tetreau and Human Resources Director Mary Carroll Mirylees.

First Selectman Mike Tetreau received a $31,311 check on July 23, from Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency (CIRMA), one of the town’s insurance carriers, for Fairfield’s share of this year’s CIRMA Members’ Equity Distribution Program, bringing the three-year Members’ Equity Distribution total to $103,239.

The Members’ Equity Distribution Program is made possible by CIRMA’s financial strength and members’ commitment to risk management. The program is an unrestricted distribution, which means that members can use the funds as they choose — to fund a risk management initiative, make property improvements or support public programs and services.

“The town is delighted that CIRMA’s Members’ Equity Distribution Program will help members achieve their mission of providing vital public services,” Tetreau said.

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