Conroe, March 24 – Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack placed on the agenda for the March 27, 2018, 9:30 a.m., meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court a discussion of County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s release of names, dates of birth, and social security numbers of seventy-nine (79) Montgomery County government employees. It’s significantly likely that Davenport’s bonehead release of private information along with her response to an open records request – that she seems to have provided first to a family of convicted felons who are her close political supporters – Montgomery County taxpayers will have to foot the bill for whatever remedial or protective measures may need to occur to help out those victimized seventy-nine (79) employees.
Davenport hasn’t apologized to anyone for her misconduct. She’s refused to speak about her wrongdoing at all. She’s shown no contrition whatsoever. She has, however, shown that her hatred for the employees of the County government as well as the citizens of this community seems to have a deep wellspring.
Hopefully, Davenport will appear for the discussion during Noack’s agenda item. If she does – don’t hold your breath – then there are four major questions she needs to answer fully and without propagandistic obfuscation:
#1 Why did the County Treasurer include names, dates of birth, and social security numbers of individual County employees in an office procedure manual?
#2 From where did the County Treasurer obtain those names, dates of birth, and social security numbers?
#3 Why did the County Treasurer release those names, dates of birth, and social security numbers when the County Treasurer, Attorney General Ken Paxton, and County Attorney J.D. Lambright were all clear that she should not release such information?
#4 Is the County Treasurer in the least bit sorry for the harm she has caused those seventy-nine (79) people as well as the taxpayers?