Arkoosh, Lawrence to seek re­elec­tion

Demo­cratic com­mis­sion­ers an­nounce joint cam­paign to re­turn to gov­ern­ing board Chair and vice chair tout fis­cal, con­ser­va­tional and so­cial ser­vice ac­com­plish­ments

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range of ac­com­plish­ments dur­ing their ten­ure.

“It has been an in­cred­i­ble honor to serve the people of Mont­gomery County in big and small ways,” Arkoosh said. “Hav­ing Moody’s In­vestor Ser­vice up­grade the county’s bond rat­ing to the elite Aaa level is ob­vi­ously sig­nif­i­cant, but no more so than mak­ing sure that our ded­i­cated pub­lic health and so­cial ser­vice pro­fes­sion­als have the free­dom and the tools to pro­tect the people of Mont­gomery County. I look for­ward to hav­ing a ro­bust dis­cus­sion with the vot­ers this year to learn how we can make Mont­gomery County even bet­ter.”

Arkoosh won elec­tion to a full four-year term in Novem­ber 2015,



Mont­gomery County Com­mis­sion­ers’ Chair­woman Va­lerie Arkoosh, left, and Vice Chair­man Ken­neth Lawrence Jr. dur­ing a visit to Pottstown last year.

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