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Dagley is reappointed MoCo IG

Thomas J. Dagley has been reappointed to a four-year term as Montgomery County's inspector general.

Dagley has led recent probes of the county's police disability system; examined spending at Centro Familia, a nonprofit education organization that has had substantial support from county politicians; and looked into overtime expenses at the county's fire and rescue agency.

At times, some council members have grumbled privately that Dagley steps on some political toes, but in the end the panel last week decided to re-up the IG with no public debate.

The confirmation was on the council's "consent agenda" which doesn't require a roll call vote. Dagley gets a raise too. His salary will increase from $136,051 to $140,000.when his new term begins July 1.

Montgomery is one of the few counties in the nation to have its own inspector general's office dedicated to finding waste, fraud and abuse in county spending.

By Miranda Spivack  |  April 20, 2009; 4:55 PM ET
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