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Montgomery County government gets a clean slate

New legislature has young leader

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Montgomery County voters are ready for a fresh start. Last year, they approved a charter replacing the long-standing 15-member board of town and city ward supervisors with a nine-member legislature and an elected executive. On Tuesday, they voted in that new government, apparently choosing a young leader with no previous county government experience. With 40 percent of the votes yet to be counted, it appeared that 32-year-old Republican Matt Ossenfort took the newly created executive ...


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mlamendola
November 6, 2013
5:59 a.m.

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way to go ossenfort.

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