County Executive Ike Leggett Developing a Recommended Saving Plan to Address FY18 Revenue Shortfall

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County Executive Ike Leggett Developing a Recommended Savings Plan to Address FY18 Revenue Shortfall

County Executive Ike Leggett is developing a recommended savings plan to address the County’s FY18 shortfall in revenue. 

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County Executive Wants to Hear from You to Determine Priorities for the FY19 Budget

County Executive Ike Leggett will host five budget forums in January to gather resident input on their priorities for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19) budget. 


What’s "On Tap" at the Department of Liquor Control

It’s been almost one year since Robert Dorfman was appointed as director of the Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control (DLC). On a recent episode of County Report This Week, Dorfman talked about operational improvements at the warehouse and what customers can expect in terms of selection, pricing and improved customer service at County’s DLC’s retail stores this holiday season. 

Leggett’s Mobile Integrated Health Care Program Connects Frequent Callers of 9-1-1 to Needed Health Services to Save Dollars, Deliver Better Healthcare

County Executive Ike Leggett has sent the County Council a supplemental appropriation of more than $400,000 to begin the implementation of the Montgomery County Mobile Integrated Health care project. The program is a bold, new program that more efficiently and effectively serves frequent callers for County ambulance services.  

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Office of Human Rights to Host Employment Law Updates & Information Breakfast

The County’s Office of Human Rights and the Human Rights Commission will host a free seminar for employers to learn about emerging employment laws and regulations including sexual harassment, Earned Sick and Safe leave, age discrimination, tipped employee reporting requirements, minimum wage and the Ban the Box law.

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Montgomery County’s Department of Environmental Protection Continues to Reduce the County’s Carbon Footprint

The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has taken another step to protect the environment in Montgomery County. 


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