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Montgomery County supervisors to discuss cost of new government

County executive pay researched

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When Montgomery County voters approved the charter for a new local government in November, they didn’t actually know how much the switch would cost. Prior to the vote, the board’s chairman, the late Shayne Walters, said the new government would cost much more with the addition of a high-paying county executive. Other supervisors said it would cost less because there would be fewer legislators to pay. The Education and Government Committee of the Montgomery County ...


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