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Montgomery County charter change given final approval

New legislature to be seated Jan. 1, 2014

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The structure of Montgomery County government is in for a drastic change in 2014 after more than two centuries. County residents approved by a wide margin in both the city of Amsterdam and nine of the county’s 10 towns a new charter to replace the current board of 15 supervisors. “The people spoke,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman John Thayer, “I expressed opposition to parts of the charter, but the people wanted it, so we’re ...


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gilstonj
November 8, 2012
9:40 a.m.

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Now the real battle begins between Tom DiMezza and Ron Barone for County Administrator

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