River Plantation homeowners’ association denies flood victims temporary FEMA housing during rebuilding of their homes

Conroe, November 3 – Hundreds of residents of River Plantation subdivision are extremely upset with the River Plantation Community Improvement Association (RPCIA), the homeowners association in the deed-restricted neighborhood, because RPCIA won’t allow the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the United States Army Corps of Engineers to bring temporary housing trailers into the subdivision […]

Grand Jury continues investigation into Montgomery County Precinct 2 (Riley, Doyal) corruption, as new facts show even more government property abuse

Grand Jury continues investigation into Montgomery County Precinct 2 (Riley, Doyal) corruption, as new facts show even more government property abuse

Image: Email, dated May 25, 2017, from Magnolia ISD Superintendent Todd Stephens to Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley and others in which Stephens confirms that they intend to use the school district’s Administration Building for the band practice of their private musical band which Riley uses to play at events to support his […]

Jamieson Announces Bid for Montgomery County District Clerk, Adamick may retire

Conroe, November 2, Texas – Lifelong Montgomery County resident and longtime county employee, Cynthia Jamieson, has announced her bid for Montgomery County District Clerk as a candidate in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election. During the day on November 1, The Golden Hammer received two anonymous tips that incumbent Barbara Gladden Adamick, who has served […]

Texas Attorney General seeks to participate in appellate oral argument in criminal case against Doyal, Riley, possible delays looming

Conroe and Beaumont, November 2 – In their effort to defendant themselves from the criminal charges against them for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”), Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport have argued that TOMA is unconstitutional because, they claim, it […]

Metts, Mack perpetuate Davenport’s impersonation of public employee

Metts, Mack perpetuate Davenport’s impersonation of public employee

Image: Embattled County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport (left) and corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport (right). Conroe, November 2 – James Metts and Wayne Mack, two Justices of the Peace in Montgomery County, have perpetuated corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport’s impersonation of a public employee for several years. Their actions would seem to raise the […]

Beaumont Court of Appeals takes the ethical approach all the way around in Texas Open Meetings Act case

Beaumont, November 1 – The four-person Beaumont Court of Appeals has taken the ethical approach all the way around in the Texas Open Meetings Act criminal case against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport. Justice Charles Kreger recused himself from participating in the case. […]

Montgomery County Government “For Sale”, Part 7: Magnolia ISD pretends to lease its trucks to Commissioner Charlie Riley for his personal use, thinks citizens stupid enough to believe

Montgomery County Government “For Sale”, Part 7: Magnolia ISD pretends to lease its trucks to Commissioner Charlie Riley for his personal use, thinks citizens stupid enough to believe

Image: Letter from Magnolia Independent School District to Republican activist Ginger Russell of Magnolia, dated October 27, 2017. Magnolia, November 1 – In order to try to protect Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, in part, from allegations that he used a Magnolia Independent School District truck for his political campaign, the Magnolia ISD produced […]

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Reed posts “95 theses” of Montgomery County corruption (partly to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Martin Luther-led Reformation)!!!

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Reed posts “95 theses” of Montgomery County corruption (partly to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Martin Luther-led Reformation)!!!

Image: Reagan William Reed, leading “Reformationist,” posting his “95 Theses” of Montgomery County corruption on the door of the Sadler Administration Building in Conroe, on October 31, 2017, partly to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 Theses on the door of the All Saints’ Church at Wittenberg, Germany, but mostly to […]

BREAKING NEWS! MCSO’s Sergeant Jordan’s act of heroism, kindness should not go unnoticed despite sad end

Willis, October 31 – Early Monday morning, Sergeant Billy Jordan of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was on his way to work as the Sergeant overseeing Montgomery County Courthouse operations when he spotted an injured owl on the side of F.M. 1097. The owl obviously had a broken leg and an injury to his eye. […]

O’Sullivan explains to Commissioners Court that tollroads with development require service roads

Conroe, October 31 – Local conservative political activist and sage Bill O’Sullivan told the Montgomery County Commissioners Court that frontage roads are essential in locations where tollroads replace free roads, such as the Tx-249 Tollway’s 3.6 mile section that Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley are insisting that the […]

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