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    Are the following sentences right? For example, can I use " a county government"? Can I use "in" in front of "Prince Geroge’s County"?

    Two sites will be affiliated with a county government in Maryland. There are 1,392 juvenile offenders in Prince Geroge’s County.

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    Yes and yes.

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    The should be "Prince George's County".

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