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Montgomery County, May 25 – There are some important events this coming week.
Sunday, May 26, State Capitol – Last day for the Texas Senate and Texas House of Representatives to concur in amendments for legislation and pass bills for the Governor’s signature.
Sunday, May 26, Earth – Conroe City Councilman and all-around nice guy Seth Gibson will celebrate his 68th birthday!
Monday, May 27, State Capitol – The 86th Texas Legislature will adjourn sine die. It now appears unlikely that the Governor will call a Special Session.
Monday, May 27, United States of America – The United States celebrates Memorial Day, which commemorates all individuals who died in the service of the United States Armed Forces. On Memorial Day, one raises the flag of the United States briskly to the top of the staff and then solemnly lowers the flag to the half-staff position, where it remains only until noon. You should then raise the flag to full-staff for the remainder of the day.
Tuesday, May 28, 9:30 a.m., Sadler Administration Building, 501 North Thompson Street, Conroe – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court will meet to spend a fortune of tax dollars. The critical item on the agenda is the proposal to remove the flyover tolls from the State Highway 242 flyovers. If you wish to make a citizen comment on this agenda item, you must sign up at the Office of County Judge Mark Keough on the 4th floor by 9:15 a.m.
Tuesday, May 28, Earth – MCP.TV President, Director, and Producer Bill Brenza will celebrate his 38th birthday! Brenza is the IT Committee Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party and provides important IT support to many conservative organizations in Montgomery County.
Wednesday, May 29, MCP.TV, 12 noon – “This Week in Montgomery County Politics” starring Bill Brenza and Jon Paul Bouche.
Friday, May 31, MCP. TV, 12 noon – “It’s Hammer Time” featuring special guest Jim Jenkins, The Godfather of Conservative Activism in Montgomery County.