On Tuesday, February 13, JP James Metts illustrated the point: Why Voters Should Get Rid of the Davenport Ring, Part 5

Conroe, February 20 – During the February 13, 2018, Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting, JP James Metts, who is running for a promotion to become Precinct 4 County Commissioner against incumbent Jim Clark in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election, illustrated precisely why voters should get rid of the Davenport Ring of corrupt politicians […]

Gay marriage, NetData separate Montgomery County JP Precinct 3 candidates

Gay marriage, NetData separate Montgomery County JP Precinct 3 candidates

Precinct 3 Montgomery County Justice of the Peace candidates, left to right, Dan Zientek, Matt Beasley, and Ronnie Yeates, II. The Woodlands, January 27 – The three candidates for Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace squared off in an hour long debate which the Montgomery County Eagle Forum hosted on Thursday, January 26, 2018. Matthew Beasley, […]

Metts, Davenport Ring JP court collections disaster continues for Montgomery County taxpayers through all of last fiscal year

Metts, Davenport Ring JP court collections disaster continues for Montgomery County taxpayers through all of last fiscal year

Image: Left to right, Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport, corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport. New Caney and Conroe, January 24 – The Fiscal Year 2017 statistics report from the Texas Office of Court Administration (“TOCA”) reveals the disaster that Precinct 4 Montgomery County Justice of the Peace […]

Montgomery County government “For Sale” (Part 11): Davenport Ring’s dirty tricks start to snowball as Metts formalizes attempt to take greater control over County purchasing as a County Commissioner

Montgomery County government “For Sale” (Part 11): Davenport Ring’s dirty tricks start to snowball as Metts formalizes attempt to take greater control over County purchasing as a County Commissioner

Image: JP James Metts announced his candidacy for Precinct 4 County Commissioner on December 9, 2017. New Caney and Conroe, December 11 – The Davenport Ring, the corrupt government officials who work under the direction of local political boss Marc Davenport in an attempt to take over the Montgomery County government’s purchasing and information technology […]

Seven dictatorial examples jump out in November 14 Commissioners Court meeting agenda

Conroe, November 13 – Government succeeds at dictatorship utilizing three techniques: secrecy, destruction of the rights of freedom, and the raw wielding of power. On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court will meet and spend millions of citizen dollars. Since Craig Doyal became the County Judge and Charlie Riley became Precinct 2 […]

October 24 Commissioners Court meeting threatens citizens with Davenport corruption, secrecy, Tx-249 Tollway

Conroe, October 23 – The Tuesday, October 24, 2017, Commissioners Court meeting ought to be a mundane affair with discussions of road contracts, renaming streets, and proclamations. While those unexciting matters are at the forefront of the agenda in an attempt to put the citizens to sleep, County Judge Craig Doyal buried three very ugly […]

Metts’ JP court strikes out as worst run court in Montgomery County, loss leader

Metts’ JP court strikes out as worst run court in Montgomery County, loss leader

Image: Data compilation of Montgomery County Justice Courts, Fiscal Year 2016 (October 1, 2015, through September 30, 2016). Sources: Texas Office of Court Administration, Montgomery County government. New Caney and Conroe, July 30 – Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts strikes out as the worst run Justice Court in Montgomery County and a […]

Judge James Metts receives The Golden Hammer Award for costing Montgomery County millions each year with NetData computer debacle

Conroe, July 12 – Judge James Metts, who is the Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace, received The Golden Hammer Award at the Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Commissioners Court meeting for his foisting the NetData database system on Montgomery County, which has cost the County government several million dollars per year in lost fines and […]