Commissioner Noack answers the tough Tx-249 questions

Commissioner Noack answers the tough Tx-249 questions

Image: Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack and State Senator Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe). The Woodlands, July 5 – The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, caught up with Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack on Independence Day and asked him the tough questions about the Tx-249 Tollway, the 3.6 mile, $73 million tollway project at […]

Doyal decimates Montgomery County, lies to Texas Transportation Commission about “unified voice” behind Tx-249 Tollway

Doyal decimates Montgomery County, lies to Texas Transportation Commission about “unified voice” behind Tx-249 Tollway

Image: Montgomery County Craig Doyal, June 29, 2017, waiting to speak to the Texas Transportation Commission. Austin, June 30 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal lied to the Texas Transportation Commission at a hearing in Austin yesterday and told them, in response to questioning from Transportation Commissioner J. Bruce Bugg, Jr., that he stood before […]

Commissioner Noack’s letter to Government Abbott about the 3.6 mile Tx-249 “Taxway” (tollroad) raises major Republican issues

June 23, 2017 – Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack’s June 20, 2017, letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott out the “249 Toll Road” raises some major Republican and conservative philosophical issues. The letter follows: “Dear Governor Abbott, “As you know, the Texas Department of Transportation has plans to build SH 249 from FM 1774 […]

BREAKING NEWS! Commissioner Noack seeks Texas Transportation Commission, Governor input to find truth on Tx-249 Taxway (Tollway)

The Woodlands, June 22 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 County Commissioner are insisting that Montgomery County’s government build a 3.6 mile stretch of tollroad at the far southwest edge of Montgomery County that will connect to a portion in Harris County and also connect to […]

BREAKING NEWS: Courier blog releases shameful garbage article on Tx-249, fails to check facts, interview credible sources

Conroe, June 17 – At 9:31 p.m., this evening, the Courier blog released a shameful garbage article on the $73 million, 3.6-mile, Tx-249 tollway, better known as the Decimation of Hope Highway, in which blog writer Catherine Dominguez, as is her practice, permitted Montgomery County vendors Halff Associates, Inc., and Muller & Associates to provide […]

Tuesday June 13 Commissioners Court agenda: Decimation of Hope Highway (Tx-249 tollroad), 14 pages of secretive consent agenda, Gann case, and settlement of Precinct 4 overtime claims

Conroe, June 12 – The Commissioners Court will hold what promises to be a lengthy meeting on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, at 9:30 a.m., with an agenda where the Decimation of Hope Highway (Tx-249 tollroad), settlement of the Ricky Gann lawsuit against the Sheriff’s Office, and settlement the Precinct 4 Senior Center employees for their […]

Doyal’s, Riley’s Decimation of Hope Highway back on Tuesday Commissioners Court agenda for special interest group show

Conroe, June 11 – After a bit of shuffling around within the agenda, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley have placed an agenda item to “consider, discuss and take appropriate action on resolution in support of the Montgomery County portion of the 249 tollway.” In the original draft agenda, […]

Magnolia City Council passes Tx-249 extension resolution that favors out-of-county political contributors to Doyal, Riley, but ignores economic reality of Decimation of Hope Highway

Magnolia City Council passes Tx-249 extension resolution that favors out-of-county political contributors to Doyal, Riley, but ignores economic reality of Decimation of Hope Highway

Image: County Judge Craig Doyal laughingly reflects on his numerous proposals to spend more and more tax dollars within the Montgomery County government. Magnolia, May 31 – The so-called “249 Partnership” has played a trick on the citizens of Magnolia who have suffered passage in the Magnolia City Council of a “Resolution of the City […]

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