Horton said, "I got a prescriptions for about 600 dollars and when I get back to town I'm advised we do not have blue cross."
Horton says that's when he found out he wasn't insured. But, he says that's not the first time this has happened.
Horton said, "One of my officers had a heart procedure and it's in the hundreds of thousands of dollars and he found out we didn't have blue cross at that time."
One city worker we spoke with who didn't want to be on camera says he's even afraid to go to work.
"I'm very nervous because anything can happen and we're not covered."
So, we asked Mayor Leslie Thompson what the deal was and he says, it's not the city's fault.
Thompson said, "Somehow, according to UPS that payment has gotten lost in the mail."
But, what about the last time this situation happened?
Thompson said, "I know of one other incident where the clerk dropped the ball, there's no excuse for that to happen, the payment should have been made."
In the mean time, the mayor says the town will have to pray no one gets too sick or hurt.
Thompson said, "We're praying that during this time we wont have an incident and it's an unfortunate situation it's a scary situation. If someone were to get hurt or had to go in we'd have a liability situation that would be though for the town to deal with."