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May 6, 2019
Security Expert Vouches for Northampton County Voting Machines
Last month, Northampton County Council held off buying voting machines after members of the county election commission raised concerns about the devices about to be purchased.
But a nationally recognized voting machine expert told The Morning Call that the machines — which were based on a system he designed — should not pose a security concern.
March 27, 2019
Northampton County executive wants to stop warehouse proliferation, preserve farmlands
Lamont McClure said at his State of the County address Wednesday he doesn't want to see any more warehouses built in Northampton County.
County Executive Lamont McClure says he wants to see more light manufacturing and packaging jobs that pay a living wage.
He says he wants to fight what he's calling warehouse proliferation and preserve some of the county's farmlands in the process.
March 28, 2019
McClure: Northampton County Governs with “Civility, Compassion, Transparency”
It’s been just over 14 months since Lamont McClure began his tenure as Northampton County executive, and during his second State of the County address, he said he has worked to execute on the promises on which he campaigned.
“When I spoke with you here last year, one of the things I promised was that we would govern competently with civility, compassion, and transparency,” McClure said. “If I had to tell you what the state of Northampton County is today, it’s that we have met that goal. We have governed in that way.”
McClure delivered his address to a crowd of more than 150 people at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem on March 27, at an event hosted by the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC).
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