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Montgomery County districts, salaries decided for 2014

Legislative details for new government OK’d by supervisors

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The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors laid some of the final groundwork for the new government set to take over Jan. 1. When voters approved the charter revision in November, they had only a basic understanding of what the new government would look like. The current board of 15 town and city supervisors will be replaced by a nine-member legislature and an elected executive to lead daily operations county wide. The charter restructuring passed by ...


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