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We would lift the cattle off the railings and remove the fat and trimmings. Slaughterhouses and beef packaging plants changed the methods we use today. Slaughterhouses make more profit by breaking down the animals themselves. Other board members have since learned the village cannot operate that way.Village President Pro Tem Sue Dingo explained that when attorneys advised village officials they could not allow people to work for free, they changed their stance on the issue.After an explanation, Dingo said Perkins should continue to cut the grass and Lorencz should relinquish the job.”Kenny’s got his job back,” Dingo said.It is one of many small issues the village is dealing with as it looks to save money and continue operations with the expected insurance shut off.Clerk Cheryl Bolf told the group of about 30 residents in attendance that the village has not secured an insurance plan, but she is working with attorneys to find a solution.If the village cannot find an insurance carrier that will take it on, its only option will be to self insure, Bolf said.She has been in discussions with attorneys about how self insurance would operate but said the village would be responsible for anything that happens related to village equipment or personnel. She said the village will have worker’s compensation coverage.In a past interview, Shindorf said police officers may have to “sit in the village office” because they won’t be able to patrol the village without liability insurance coverage.”Maybe they’ll paint the Village Hall,” he laughed when asked if there was anything the officers could do without insurance coverage.Resident Reynaldo Rodriguez, 44, said he has asked why the village lost its insurance at the past meetings and still is not satisfied with the answer after asking about again at this week’s meeting.”I was told the reasons were because lawsuits and because Chief (Robert) Reznick did not comply with who he needed to, to be insured,” he said. “Istill haven’t gottenan answer,for him not doing that we lost our insurance? True or not? That’s true.”How come someone is not being held accountable?”Bolf argued thatthe village is losing its insurance because of lawsuits levied against the village and its officials.The Michigan Municipal League cited both items as reasons for the insurance cut off in an email sent to The Saginaw News in May:The decision to non renew the Village of Oakley was an underwriting decision based on the Village’s claim frequency and the Village of Oakley Police Department’s lack of cooperation and commitment with MML Liability Property Pool risk management efforts.Since 7 1 2010, the Village has incurred seven claims and the Pool has incurred $4.51 for every dollar of premium paid to the Pool.