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The move would transfer the responsibility for $17-18 million in needed repairs from taxpayers to a private owner. The county could then lease the building back from its new owner.
County Republicans say the interim Voter Services director's involvement with a Democratic political committee is evidence of 'cronyism.' Castor: 'Everyone associated with this process has acted honorably.'
Joseph Passarella had led the county's Voter Services department since 1994. He reportedly was terminated Wednesday.
The money will be used to fund capital improvements and repairs.
The still-hypothetical ordinance would offer typical nondiscrimination protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. It's not yet clear whether Montgomery County can enact any nondiscrimination ordinance under state law.
The Upper Providence facility has lost more than $5 million over the past three years.
A woman had alleged that Montgomery County Coroner Walter Hofman violated her due process rights by withholding a suicide note written to her by her deceased son.
Pilot unit for proposed electronic payment system would be installed in the office of the Clerk of Courts with later deployment to other county sites
Residents who require social services will have a single point of contact with the county government.
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The $29.97 million upgrade will replace the aging, fault-prone current system.
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