Steganography on Display: County Judge Doyal, Chief of Staff Fredricks Late-Friday Commissioners Court Agenda, Consisting of 16 Pages and 2,274 Pages of Backup Documents; Impossible for Commissioners, Public to Have Meaningful Notice

Conroe, February 12 – Without providing any advance information to the rest of the Commissioners Court or the public, County Judge Craig Doyal and his Chief of Staff Jim Fredricks posted an agenda for the February 14, 2017, 9:30 a.m., Commissioners Court meeting with 2,274 pages of backup. Clearly, Doyal and Fredricks seek to prevent […]

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 […]

County Attorney Lambright Ghost-Edits, Partly Writes Fake News Story in Courier Blog to Slam Critic Yollick; Agador Sparatacus Exposed

County Attorney Lambright Ghost-Edits, Partly Writes Fake News Story in Courier Blog to Slam Critic Yollick; Agador Sparatacus Exposed

Conroe, February 10 – County Attorney J.D. Lambright ghost-edited and partly wrote a “fake news” story in the Courier blog, slamming County government critic and private citizen Eric Yollick. The “fake news” article appeared in the Courier blog on January 8, 2017, and continues a long and dirty tradition of fictional stories, permitting others to […]

BREAKING NEWS: County Commissioners Court Pre-Meeting Meetings Canceled

Conroe, February 9, – There will no longer be pre-meeting meetings to discuss the County Commissioners Court agenda for fear that those meetings potentially violated the Texas Open Meetings Act. Habitually, County Judge Craig Doyal and his staff had sent out drafts of the Commissioners Court agenda on the Thursday before Tuesday Commissioners Court meetings […]

President Trump Making American Job Growth Greater Again

Washington, DC, February 8 – President Donald Trump announced from The White that “The past 8 years have taken a toll on America’s job force. But now, we have already begun bringing OUR jobs back to OUR country. Today we are excited to announce that Intel has pledged to make a $7 billion investment in Arizona, […]

Guest Editorial, Gregory Parker: The Conversation Begins Now

When I relocated to Montgomery County 5 years ago, I did so knowing it was the perfect place for my wife and I. I had served my country and my community faithfully and now it was time to join the private sector. I believed that Montgomery County reflected my governing philosophy; that the role of […]

Noack, Clark Propose State-Level Property Tax Reform, But Need to Focus on Spending Reductions as Truest Reform

Spring, February 8 – Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack and Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark have proposed a resolution for the February 14, 2017, Commissioners Court Agenda to support efforts by the Texas Legislature to bring about meaningful property tax reform. Citizens who pay taxes, however, cannot afford to wait for the Legislature […]

Commissioners Noack, Clark Call for Return of All County Departments to Full County Commissioners Court Management; Noack Refers to Doyal as “Dictator”

The Woodlands, February 7 – Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack and Precinct 4 Commissioner Jim Clark have jointly submitted a request that the February 14, 2017, County Commissioners Court agenda include an item to “Consider, Discuss and take action on returning county administrative/management structures back under the entire court.” “I believe this is a positive […]