December 7, 2015

Living in Montgomery County is a far cry from 'The Real Housewives'.

It is easy to switch channels when the drama becomes too much on reality television, however, County residents dealing with real life situations do not have the convenience of a remote control shut-off when coping with real-life issues.

Read Councilmember Nancy Navarro's Washington Post article, which highlighted the differences of ‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ and County families who struggle with situations such as affording nutritious lunches for their children, fleeing violence in Central America or the teenager walking to the food bank because her mother is holding down three jobs trying to make ends meet for the family.