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Montgomery County Council cuts energy tax

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Also tentatively approves $4.8 billion budget The Montgomery County Council voted to cut the county's energy tax 10 percent as lawmakers tentatively approved a $4.8 billion budget for fiscal 2014 that includes multimillion-dollar employee pay raises and increases in property taxes. The council voted unanimously to approve the budget, which lawmakers will formally vote on next week, after...

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