Morning Extra! Record-salaried Puckett retires as highest-paid secretary, Meador even more lost than ever!

Willis, June 4 – Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador’s wife, Janie Meador, who rules the Meador clan with an iron fist, announced that, with Jule Puckett’s retirement as the highest-paid secretary in the history of Montgomery County, Commissioner Meador is even more lost than ever in the past. That’s a frightening statement considering his state […]

Full Report to Board of District Judges: “Need for an Independent Audit Under Section 115.033 of the Texas Local Government Code”

Memorandum To:                 Honorable Board of Judges                         Honorable Brett Ligon, District Attorney From:           Eric Yollick, Private Citizen Re:                 Need for An Independent Audit Under Section 115.033 of the Texas Local Government Code Date:             December 2, 2016 – – – There are three primary reasons that the Montgomery County Grand Jury should order an independent audit […]

BREAKING NEWS: Congratulations on a WELL DESERVED retirement!

BREAKING NEWS: Congratulations on a WELL DESERVED retirement!

Image: Jule Puckett, the highest paid secretary in the entire Montgomery County government (in striped shirt, second from right) along with her friends Karen van Buren (far left), Marie Moore (holding plates), and Julie Martineau (far right). ERIC YOLLICK, The Golden Hammer Conroe, May 19 – Congratulations on a WELL DESERVED retirement! In this instance, who […]

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 […]