Conservative Vigilance Calendar, August 10 to August 16

Conservative Vigilance Calendar, August 10 to August 16

Image: The more time you spend with Montgomery County Republican Party Treasurer John Hill Wertz means it’s more likely you’ll realize that he’s an very loving person. Since The Golden Hammer celebrates love, one of Wertz’s favorite subjects seemed appropriate for this weeks calendar.

Montgomery County, August 10 – For vigilant conservatives, it’s a very busy week ahead.

Saturday, August 10, 1 p.m., Montgomery County South Regional Library, 2101 Lake Robbins, The Woodlands – Keep Texas Red Rally featuring Republican Party of Texas Vice Chairwoman Alma Jackson and Keep Texas Red Founder/Editor Joseph Vargas.

Sunday, August 11 – Renowned longtime political activist and Republican Precinct Chairman Joseph Sager will celebrate his birthday. Houston Police Department Lieutenant Douglas Hudson will celebrate his birthday.

Monday, August 12, 10 a.m., Texas State Capitol, Austin, Texas, Room, E2.010 – The Texas House of Representatives General Investigating Committee will meet to discuss the events surrounding the June 12, 2019, meeting between Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Empower Texans Chairman Michael Quinn Sullivan, and Republican Caucus Chairman Dustin Burrows.

Tuesday, August 13, 9:30 a.m., Sadler Administration Building, 510 North Thompson Street, Conroe – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court will hold a regular meeting (if that’s what you can call when they get together!). Among the agenda items, the Commissioners Court will likely vote 3 to 2 to add funding back in the Fiscal Year 2020 Budget for the nonprofits that don’t want to have to go to the community to seek funds but would rather use political connections, such as how convicted felon Terri Jaggers raised money for her organizations. The vote will likely bust the budget or greatly harm the road and bridge budget from which three ultraliberal Commissioners – James Metts, Charlie Riley, and Mike Meador – love to plunder.

Tuesday, August 13, 6 p.m., Conroe ISD Administration Building, 3205 West Davis Street, Conroe – The Conroe Independent School District’s Board of Trustees will receive their instructions from the school district’s administration about passage of a bond package at a special meeting to pass the bond order. Most of the discussion will occur in executive session under the pretense of meeting with their attorney for legal advice. The board will then vote either 6 to 1 or 7 to 0 to inflict another bond package on voters for the November 5, 2019, election.

Tuesday, August 13, 6 p.m., 6 p.m., Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District Building, 655 Conroe Park North Drive, Conroe – The Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District Board of Directors will meet. They’ll open the meeting and quickly get citizen comments over before they go into a lengthy executive session in order to discuss the agenda items in secret before they come out and take cursory votes. The deliberations will all likely occur behind closed doors. The public should regard any Board member who participates in such an opaque procedure with suspicion.

Tuesday, August 13, 6:30 p.m., EMC Senior Center, 21679 McClesky Road, New Caney – The East Montgomery County Republican Women will hold their monthly dinner with featured speaker Jan Peterson of Mission Northeast.

Wednesday, August 14 – Victory over Japan Day celebrates the victory over Japan to bring World War II to a close.

Wednesday, August 14, 11 a.m., Landry’s Seafood House, 1212 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands – The Woodlands Republican Women will hold their monthly meeting featuring State Representative Steve Toth who will provide a “2019 Texas Legislative Update.”

Wednesday, August 14, 12 noon, MCP.TV (Facebook Live or YouTube) – “This Week in Montgomery County Politics.”

Wednesday, August 14, 6:30 p.m., The Woodlands Financial Group, 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive, Suite 4020, The Woodlands – Empower Texans hosts a Town Hall meeting on Property Taxes and the 86th Texas Legislature, featuring a number of speakers including Empower Texans President Ross Kecseg and Correspondent (and Montgomery County Republican Party Vice Chairman) Reagan Reed.

Wednesday, August 14, 7 p.m., Shenandoah City Hall, 29955 IH-45, Shenandoah – The City Council of Shenandoah will hold a regular meeting.

Friday, August 16, 8 a.m., The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce, Lakeside Room, – Transportation, Education, and Business Advocacy meeting featuring CISD Superintendent Curtis Null who will likely make his first appearance to advocate in favor of passage of a $683 million bond package in the November 5, 2019, General Election.

Friday, August 16, 12 noon MCP. TV (Facebook Live or YouTube) – “It’s Hammer Time” will feature Woodlands Township candidate Andy Dubois.




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