BREAKING NEWS: Montgomery County Hospital District votes reappraisals for flood-damaged homes!

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, September 26 – The Montgomery County Hospital District voted unanimously this afternoon at its regular monthly Board of Directors meeting to permit reappraisals of flood-damaged homes in Montgomery County in order to ease the tax burden on those whom Tropical Storm Harvey or the San Jacinto River Authority or both damaged. Board […]

BREAKING NEWS: Stockton, Husbands seek re-appointment of high-taxing Tough to Appraisal District Board

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, September 26 – Conroe Independent School District Superintendent Don Stockton and CISD Board member John Husbands, who last Tuesday voted against providing any reappraisal relief to taxpayers who are victims of the Tropical Storm Harvey flooding, are seeking the re-appointment of Woodlands lawyer Bruce Tough to the Board of Directors of the […]

Incumbent Fillault, challenger Stromatt face off in Chamber candidate forum for Woodlands Township Board

The Woodlands, September 23 – Woodlands Township Board of Directors incumbent Laura Fillault and Carol Stromatt, her challenger for the seat, faced off in a lively candidate forum at the Woodlands Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 22, 2017, before a small crowd since the Chamber held the event at the beginning of the business […]

Township Chairman Bunch shows strong character, understanding that there’s more than one method to teach lessons of history

The Woodlands, September 22 – In response to the yellow journalism that took his comments out of context, Woodlands Township Chairman Gordy Bunch issued an apology video and statement yesterday afternoon in which he clarified his position regarding bringing removed historical statues of heroes of the Confederacy to The Woodlands Township. Bunch handled the situation […]

Woodlands Township, Sheriff’s Office agree to revised Interlocal Agreement

The Woodlands, July 6 – The Woodlands Township Board of Directors and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office agreed to a revised Interlocal Agreement for the provision of law enforcement services to The Woodlands. On June 28th, 2017, Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson was in attendance of The Woodlands Township Board of Directors Meeting to address […]

Township Chairman Bunch, as an individual, endorses Creighton’s substitute Jones State Forest bill

Township Chairman Bunch, as an individual, endorses Creighton’s substitute Jones State Forest bill

Image: Woodlands Township Board Chairman Gordy Bunch. The Woodlands, April 28 – Woodlands Township Board Chairman Gordy Bunch, as an individual, has endorsed the substitute bill for Senate Bill 1964 regarding the W.G. Jones State Forest. The substitute bill provides: …the “entire territory of the Jones State Forest must remain natural, scenic, undeveloped, and open. […]

BREAKING NEWS: Woodlands Township defers consideration of homestead exemption, opposes development of Jones State Forest

The Woodlands, April 26 – The Woodlands Township Board of Directors unanimously voted to defer consideration of a property tax homestead exemption for taxpayers in The Woodlands. The Board also voted unanimously to “oppose any development at any time of the Jones State Forest.” Homestead Exemption Several citizens, including representatives of the Montgomery County Tea […]

BREAKING NEWS: Woodlands Township director John Brown questions wisdom of 1200 Timberloch “implosion”

The Woodlands, March 11 – Woodlands Township Director John Brown made clear today that he questions the wisdom of the “implosion” of 1200 Timberloch, also known as Timberloch Tower, an 11-story office building in The Woodlands. See “Better Even Than Throwing a Watermelon from a High Place: Officials Announce Coming Implosion of Woodlands’ Timberloch Tower,” […]

Woodlands RDRC, Village Association Elections Voting Begins Monday

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS (February 10, 2017) – The February 2017 Residential Design Review Committee and Village Association elections have been set for Saturday, February 18, 2017, with convenience voting beginning on Monday, February 13, 2017. Voting for contested positions on the Alden Bridge Residential Design Review Committee, the Creekside Park Residential Design Review Committee, Grogan’s […]

Adrian Heath, Political Prisoner

Conroe, February 10, 2017 – Adrian Heath of The Woodlands is now incarcerated in the Montgomery County Jail and awaits transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division for a felony conviction and three (3) year prison sentence for illegal voting, a violation of Section 64.012(a) of the Texas Election Code. The […]