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Montgomery County faces 5 percent budget hole for next fiscal year

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Montgomery County faces a $71 million -- or 5.2 percent -- budget hole next fiscal year, assuming no county employees get raises and county revenues see slight growth, the county Office of Management and Budget warned county department heads this week. Several factors could increase the budget gap. For example, the projections do not account for storm cleanup or response, increases in the...

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