As Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley’s campaign craters, Riley and his supporters get ugly, show their feeling of entitlement

As Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley’s campaign craters, Riley and his supporters get ugly, show their feeling of entitlement

Image: The tatters of Charlie Riley’s campaign for re-election as Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner. The crater is even deeper than the potholes on Egypt Lane that Riley has failed to repair for four years. Magnolia, May 3 –  On September 9, 2016, Hillary Clinton destroyed her own presidential campaign when she, at a gay-lesbian […]

Animal Control employee’s DWI bond conditions raise troubling issues for County’s liability

Conroe, May 2 – The bond conditions after Montgomery County Animal Control officer Sarah Jean Coleman’s Driving While Intoxicated arrest on February 4, 2018, raise troubling issues for the Montgomery County government with respect to potential liability for Coleman’s possible conduct while driving County vehicles. Coleman is a highly-respected Animal Control officer for the County’s […]

Following financial advisor Palmer’s breach of fiduciary duty to the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, tollroad lawyer Muller lies about statutory ability to order a voter referendum

Following financial advisor Palmer’s breach of fiduciary duty to the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, tollroad lawyer Muller lies about statutory ability to order a voter referendum

Image: Shifty-eyed lawyer Rich Muller of Sugar Land, April 24, 2018. Conroe, May 2 – The “professionals” who appeared before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on April 24, 2018, to try to sell the $95 million, 3 mile, TX 249 Tollway, also known as the Decimation of Hope Highway, weren’t particularly professional that day. Charles […]

Realtors endorse Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark for re-election in May 22 Republican Runoff

New Caney, May 1 – The Texas Association of Realtors Political Action Committee (TREPAC) endorsed Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark for re-election in the May 22, 2018, Republican Runoff Election. TREPAC held a meeting with Clark at the office of Realty One in Conroe to announce the endorsement and to congratulate Commissioner Clark for […]

Palmer, Post Oak Municipal Advisors breach fiduciary duty, lie about amount of tollroad debt in open Commissioners Court

Palmer, Post Oak Municipal Advisors breach fiduciary duty, lie about amount of tollroad debt in open Commissioners Court

Image: Terrell Palmer, Post Oak Municipal Advisors, announced in the April 24, 2018, meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court that he had a “fiduciary duty” to the people of Montgomery County. He then proceeded to lie about the cost and amount of bond debt planned for the TX 249 Tollway, also known as the Decimation […]

Stupid is is stupid does: Montgomery County Purchasing Director Jalomo clueless yet again for proposed $231K computer purchase

Stupid is is stupid does: Montgomery County Purchasing Director Jalomo clueless yet again for proposed $231K computer purchase

Image: Clueless Montgomery County government Purchasing Director Gilbert Jalomo had great difficulty speaking before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Conroe, April 30 – What government does outside of law enforcement and national security, it does poorly. Clueless Montgomery County government Purchasing Director Gilbert Jalomo strove hard to illustrate that principle […]

Believing he’s above the law, JP Metts trespasses, mows down 540 mature pine trees on private homestead property

Believing he’s above the law, JP Metts trespasses, mows down 540 mature pine trees on private homestead property

Image: Left to right, Cynthia Jamieson who lost the race for Montgomery County District Clerk, James Metts, Stephanne Davenport who lost the race for Montgomery County Treasurer, and Jason Dunn. Conroe and Splendora, April 30 – James Metts, the embattled JP who rarely shows up for work and yet still is seeking a promotion from […]

With an intelligent leader willing to acknowledge his mistakes, the Sheriff’s Office has a strong possibility – but not a certainty – to recover from the Davenport era

Conroe, April 29 – The past two months have been terrible for Sheriff Rand Henderson and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. Here’s the tragic timeline since the end of February, 2018: Wednesday, February 21 – Sheriff Henderson ended his political connections to corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport, the head of the Davenport Ring, after […]