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Montgomery County Slowly Getting Upper Hand on Finances
Montgomery County Commissioner Chairman, Josh Shapiro says, the county continues to look for ways to streamline it’s operation.
“We have 19 fewer departments today then when we took office about 15 or 16 months ago, not ask people for more tax revenue, but instead create efficiencies from the back end that don’t have a negative impact on people’s lives.”
Shapiro was a guest on Comment Please By Univest Monday afternoon. He says, the county is now projecting a budget surplus, is making pension contributions for the first time in five years and is addressing long term infrastructure issues that has been neglected for a decade.