Friday, February 15, 12 noon, “It’s Hammer Time”: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About SJRA but were afraid to ask

Friday, February 15, 12 noon, “It’s Hammer Time”: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About SJRA but were afraid to ask

Montgomery County, February 15 – “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About SJRA but were afraid to ask” is the theme of today’s edition of “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular show affiliated with this newspaper, which appears on Facebook and YouTube at MCP. TV. The show will air live today, Friday, February 15, 2019, at 12 noon, with encore presentations during the remainder of the weekend.

Two very special guests will appear live on the show to discuss the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and everything you ever wanted to know about it, Simon Sequeira and Harry Hardman. The show will take call-ins during the presentation, if viewers have questions about the SJRA or the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD).

Sequeira is the 8th Most Powerful Person in Montgomery County and appeared on the Power Top Ten List of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, at the end of 2018, as such. Sequeira is a citizen-activist who has championed property rights of citizens and who put his money where his mouth is by forming Restore Affordable Water (RAW), a water property rights advocacy and education organization. Sequeira works as President of Quadvest, a utility company in the Magnolia area.

Hardman is Vice President of LSGCD. The voters elected Hardman in a Countywide election on November 6, 2018. Hardman is the only at-large Board member of the LSGCD and serves with six colleagues all seven of whom RAW had endorsed and whom conservative activists had worked very diligently to elect. Hardman is a semi-retired telecommunications executive.

The San Jacinto River Authority is a subdivision of the State of Texas. SJRA has an appointed Board of seven individuals and provides flood services and sells water.

To watch the show, please go to MCP.TV on Facebook or YouTube. To call in, please call 832.990.9170.

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