AN OPEN LETTER FROM KELLI COOK TO CRAIG DOYAL, MIKE MEADOR, JD LAMBRIGHT

October 20, 2017 Dear County Judge Craig Doyal, County Commissioner Mike Meador, County Attorney JD Lambright, Maintenance Director Paul Case, and to whom else this concerns: It is against the law for a public servant to use public property for your own personal gain. Does this apply to employees? Seems like to me employees should […]

Breaking News! Case moves his personal property, citizens are on the move in Montgomery County government

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe and Magnolia, October 20 – While the Montgomery County government perfunctorily shows “Voters” or “Citizens” at the top of the official organizational chart, the public servants who work for those citizens sometimes forget that they’re a step beneath the citizens. The citizens, however, have gotten substantially more involved in the County government […]

The Golden Hammer recognizes spending reduction leaders

The Golden Hammer recognizes spending reduction leaders

Image: Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack, left, and State Representative and candidate for Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, right. Conroe, September 15 – The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, recognized the County government leaders who reduced their departmental spending for the coming Fiscal Year 2018 Budget along with the two members of the […]

BREAKING NEWS: City of Conroe cites Montgomery County for “doing work without proper permits, demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey,” fines County government

BREAKING NEWS: City of Conroe cites Montgomery County for “doing work without proper permits, demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey,” fines County government

Image: The Inspection/Violation Notice City of Conroe inspector Jeff McCaffrey issued to Montgomery County for “Doing work without proper permits, Demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey” along with a $500 fine to the County. Conroe, April 12 – The City of Conroe shut down a Montgomery County Building Maintenance Department job inside the Lee G. Alworth Courthouse […]

McCaskill, Landrieu, Cantwell, Klobuchar, Reed, Casey, and Whitehouse should all resign as U.S. Senators; Craig Doyal and Paul Case to the Rescue!

Extreme liberal United States Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri) has called for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, because he met with Russia’s Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak while Sessions was a United States Senator. When asked whether she ever met with Kislyak, McCaskill made clear that she never had. Oops. She actually […]

Asbestos-Gate continues with a coverup: Building Maintenance Director Case, County Judge Doyal join forces to hide Asbestos “Health Risk to County employees and the public”

Conroe, February 22 – Montgomery County Building Maintenance Director Paul Case and County Judge Craig Doyal have joined forces to hide a serious asbestos “Health Risk to County employee and the public,” as a secret January 30, 2017, environmental report delineated. Doyal has consolidated all County departments under his supervision, taken oversight away from the […]

Building Maintenance Dept. Hotbed for Nepotism

Conroe, January 20 – In all of the discussions of the numerous problems that the Montgomery County government suffers arising from nepotism, no County department comes close to the Building Maintenance Department. The Building Maintenance Department oversees the maintenance and construction of the County’s physical facilities. While Custodial Services provides housecleaning for County buildings, Building […]

ASBESTOS-GATE: CASE ORDERS HALT OF COURTHOUSE DEMOLITIONS

January 20, 2017 – Building Maintenance Department Director Paul Case ordered all employees of the county department to halt any work that would involve perforation of the walls of the Montgomery County Courthouse. Case issued the order during a staff meeting of his Department on Friday, January 20. Case held meetings for several hours during […]

ASBESTOS-GATE SCANDAL EXPOSED AT COUNTY COURTHOUSE

ASBESTOS-GATE SCANDAL EXPOSED AT COUNTY COURTHOUSE

Conroe, January 13, 2017 – A major scandal came to light on Friday, as some county officials attempted to downplay a giant asbestos containing materials (ACM) problem in the older original part of the Montgomery County Courthouse, located at 301 North Main Street in Conroe. The problems recently arose during a remodeling and attempted renovation […]