Montgomery County Commissioners Court continues to march in lockstep at October 24 meeting

Conroe, November 11 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting  on October 24, 2017, was another fiscal disaster for the citizens of Montgomery County where the five members of the Commissioners Court seemed to march in lockstep. The Golden Hammer‘s ratings measure Commissioners Court votes that affect spending in comparison to the provisions of the Republican Party […]

Waters to file for State Representative, District 15

The Woodlands, November 11 – Jackie Waters will file for House District 15 on the first day of filing, Saturday, November 11, 2017. Waters is a multi-decade resident of Montgomery County and served as the founding president of the Woodlands Republican Women’s Club, and as a Precinct Chair in the Grogans Mill area. Waters, who […]

Commissioners Court to consider 13 Appraisal District Board candidates, odds of reform nil

Image: With the Commissioners Court and school districts unwilling to rein in the Montgomery Central Appraisal District, the true engine of tax increases in Montgomery County, the County government and administration-heavy school districts will continue to enjoy their unlimited supply of tax dollars to spend. Conroe, November 11 – On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, the […]

GOP Chairman Wilkerson announces he’s running for re-election

Conroe, November 10 – County Republican Chairman Walter D. Wilkerson, Jr., has announced that he’s running for re-election for a twenty-sixth term in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election. Wilkerson, a spry 87 years old, has served as Montgomery County GOP Chairman since 1964 and is the longest reigning county Republican chairman of all […]

Olszowy’s spite strikes again: purposefully leaves off Riley’s MCAD nominee from Commissioners Court Agenda

Conroe, November 10 – Sylvia Olszowy, without any supervision from either of her bosses in the County Judge’s Office, struck with another spiteful action in her preparation of the Commissioners Court Agenda for the November 14, 2017, 9:30 a.m. meeting. Olszowy purposefully left off the name of Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley’s nominee for […]

County Judge Doyal displays Harvey callousness, lies to commercial realtors about Tx-249 Tollway

County Judge Doyal displays Harvey callousness, lies to commercial realtors about Tx-249 Tollway

Image: Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal (left, but then-County Commissioner, Precinct 2) with Jay Adams, August 2, 2013. Conroe, November 10 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal delivered a speech to the Commercial Real Estate Association of Montgomery County on Wednesday, November 8, 2017, which made many of the realtors and businesspeople in attendance wonder […]

AG Ken Paxton to Woodlands Republican Women: “We’re in a war against the president having the power to rewrite the law”

The Woodlands, November 9 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told the Woodlands Republican Women on November 8, 2017, in reference to the Obama administration’s efforts to expand federal power, “We’re in a war against the president having the power to rewrite the law.” Paxton described several cases his office handled in which Paxton, as […]

Montgomery County “For Sale” (Part 9): Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley, MISD Superintendent Stephens set new employee Matej up for date with Grand Jury

Montgomery County “For Sale” (Part 9): Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley, MISD Superintendent Stephens set new employee Matej up for date with Grand Jury

Image: Magnolia Independent School District Director of Finance Garrett Matej, whom Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley and District Superintendent Todd Stephens threw into the Montgomery County Grand Jury hot seat on Thursday, November 9, 2017. Conroe, November 9 – The Montgomery County Grand Jury’s investigation into the use of government property, services, equipment, and […]

Senator Brandon Creighton about SJRA-caused flooding: “I’m going to stay on top of that and make sure it doesn’t happen again”

Conroe, November 8 – On Monday, November 6, 2017, State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, speaking to a capacity crowd at the Montgomery County Tea Party meeting about the San Jacinto River Authority-induced flooding during Tropical Storm Harvey, said, “I’m going to stay on top of that and make sure it doesn’t happen again.” […]

Election 2017: “Establishment” fires shots across the bow of Montgomery County conservatives, show they’ll happily unite with democrats to defeat reform

Conroe, November 8 – The political “establishment” fired shots across the bow of Montgomery County’s conservative reformers, with their fight to assist ultra-liberal pro-ObamaCare democrat Carol Stromatt to defeat incumbent Laura Fillault for the Woodlands Township Board, Position 7. Clearly, though, the “establishment” has sent the message that they’re getting organized and taking the threat […]

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