Montgomery County turns its attention to Norristown business owner
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Montgomery County turns its attention to Norristown business owner

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Members of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners and a Norristown business owner pose for a photo during a meeting on June 27, 2024. Lucy Velazquez has operated Trejo Mexican Restaurant at 505 Swede St. for nearly 20 years. Pictured from left are Montgomery County Commissioners’ Chairwoman Jamila Winder, Vice Chairwoman Neil Makhija, Velazquez and Commissioner Tom DiBello. (Photo courtesy of Montgomery County PA)

Members of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners and a Norristown business owner pose for a photo during a meeting on June 27, 2024. Lucy Velazquez has operated Trejo Mexican Restaurant at 505 Swede St. for nearly 20 years. Pictured from left are Montgomery County Commissioners' Chairwoman Jamila Winder, Vice Chairwoman Neil Makhija, Velazquez and Commissioner Tom DiBello. (Photo courtesy of Montgomery County PA)
Members of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners and a Norristown business owner pose for a photo during a meeting on June 27, 2024. Lucy Velazquez has operated Trejo Mexican Restaurant at 505 Swede St. for nearly 20 years. Pictured from left are Montgomery County Commissioners’ Chairwoman Jamila Winder, Vice Chairwoman Neil Makhija, Velazquez and Commissioner Tom DiBello. (Photo courtesy of Montgomery County PA)

NORRISTOWN — A Norristown business owner received recognition from Montgomery County officials last month. Lucy Velazquez, owner of Trejo Mexican Restaurant, located at 505 Swede St., received praise from county commissioners during a meeting June 27. The eatery has been a fixture at the county seat for nearly two decades, according to a county spokesman.

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