Crowder Gulf continues to disappoint citizens, County government in Harvey debris removal

Conroe, October 14 – Two members of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court complained to Montgomery County Emergency Management Director Darren Hess during the Court’s October 10, 2017, meeting, that Crowder Gulf, the company to which the County government awarded a $2 million contract for disaster relief services. Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack said to […]

Craig Doyal’s free speech hypocrisy makes citizens suffer

Craig Doyal’s free speech hypocrisy makes citizens suffer

Conroe, October 14 – While Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal believes he has a “first amendment right” to discuss County government business in secret, he has actively begun to prohibit County citizens from expressing their “First Amendment right of free political speech” in the open at appropriate times during meetings of the Montgomery County Commissioners […]

BREAKING NEWS: Creighton announces major addition of SJRA to Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on Monday at EMCID Building in New Caney at 9 a.m.

BREAKING NEWS! New Caney, Conroe, and Austin, October 13 – State Senator Brandon Creight (R-Conroe) announced after midnight that the hearing of the Texas Senate Committee on Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs on the East Montgomery County Improvement District Building on Monday, October 16, 2017, at 9 a.m., will include representatives of the San Jacinto […]

Magnolia citizen, Republican Precinct Chair accuses Commissioners Court members of “detestable” behavior on the Tx-249 Tollway, as Commissioner Noack helps move the controversial tollway forward

Conroe, October 13 – Just as Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal was going to proceed with a vote for his $73 million, 3.6 mile, Tx-249 Tollway project at the far southwest edge of Montgomery County in order to provide free roads to favored real estate developers Rick Sheldon of San Antonio, Varde Partners of Minnesota, […]

Montgomery County Government “For Sale”! Part 3: Doyal receives “The Golden Hammer” Award for ties to influence-peddling Marc Davenport, Phonoscope

Montgomery County Government “For Sale”! Part 3: Doyal receives “The Golden Hammer” Award for ties to influence-peddling Marc Davenport, Phonoscope

Image: Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s blank stare formed as he realized that the truth about his corrupt relationship with local political boss Marc Davenport was emerging into the light during “The Golden Hammer Award” presentation at the October 10, 2017, Commissioners Court meeting. Conroe, October 13 – Apparently, “The Golden Hammer Award,” which Montgomery […]

BREAKING NEWS: Attendance at Mack’s re-election kickoff way down from previous years

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, October 12 – Attendance at Wayne Mack’s re-election kickoff event, that he advertised as “the greatest nonpolitical event of the year,” was down substantially from previous years, as Montgomery County citizens are coming to realize that he’s a cynical politician trying to hide behind his own narcissism and godliness. While there were […]

San Jacinto River Authority intentionally obtuse when citizens, County Commissioners ask the pointed questions (has obfuscation become the new form of government?)

San Jacinto River Authority intentionally obtuse when citizens, County Commissioners ask the pointed questions (has obfuscation become the new form of government?)

Image: On October 12, 2017, Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley asked precisely the right question to engineer Sam Hinojosa of Halff Associates, Inc., the engineering firm doing a $2 million study for the San Jacinto River Authority, which many hold responsible for much of the flooding downstream from the Lake Conroe Dam during […]

Guest Editorial: Bob Bagley speaks out on the federal flood study the Commissioners Court voted to support

Bob Bagley, GUEST COLUMNIST I witnessed the Big Thompson Canyon Flood of 1976 in Colorado. After that flood warning devices were installed throughout the area. How many hurricanes and storms have caused flooding here since that time and what remediation has been accomplished? When we continue to do what we’ve always done, we continue to […]