Moran, leaving office, reflects on his tenure

Infrastructure improvements, a fortified work force, expanded cable and cellular services, technological upgrades, and new opportunities for volunteers are among the accomplishments of local government during his four-year tenure, said outgoing Woodstock supervisor Jeff Moran in a wide-ranging November 29 interview.

Moran declined to claim responsibility for any of the achievements, deeming each the product of a “team effort.” Said the two-term supervisor, who will leave office at the end of the year, “I knew as an axiom before entering the job that you can get a whole lot done if you don’t mind who gets . . .


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