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The interim president of Montgomery College says he's trying to rebuild bridges burned by the school's last president.

Dr. Hercules Pickney had just retired as the vice president of Montgomery College's Germantown campus when he was asked to serve as interim president for the entire school earlier this month.

Pickney replaced Dr. Brian Johnson, who was ousted by the school's board of trustees after allegations of overspending college funds on personal travel.

Matt Bush reports...


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