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Montgomery County voters OK new form of government

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Voters in Montgomery County voted decisively Tuesday to change the form of their county government, 7,964 to 4,984. A new form of county government, put forth by a charter commission studying the topic over the past year, replaces the county’s longstanding, 15-member Board of Supervisors with a nine-member legislature and a county executive. Currently, supervisors in each of the county’s 10 towns are paid as executives of their respective towns and then get additional pay ...


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