First “Golden Hammer Award” of 2019 goes to all four County Commissioners for multi-million dollar Asph-Scam Scandal

Conroe, January 31 – On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, the Publisher of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, presented the first “Golden Hammer Award” for 2019. The presentation concerns the multi-million dollar Asph-Scam Scandal (Asph-Scam’s pronunciation is “AZ-fuh-skam”). The presentation follows: “The first Golden Hammer Award of calendar year 2019 goes to all four […]

THE “ASPH-SCAM” SCANDAL: Metts pulls “asphalt” con, fools Montgomery County Judge Keough, rips off East Montgomery County residents

THE “ASPH-SCAM” SCANDAL: Metts pulls “asphalt” con, fools Montgomery County Judge Keough, rips off East Montgomery County residents

Image: Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts “Asph-Scam” Scandal. Conroe, January 28 – It may appear to be a mundane Tuesday, January 29, 2019, Montgomery Commissioners Court agenda item transferring some funds around under employee code numbers and account numbers. In truth, it’s the “Asph-Scam” Scandal. That’s pronounced “AZ-fuh-skam” Scandal, standing for the asphalt […]

Montgomery County Commissioner Metts took $26K away from citizens merely to build up “slush fund”

Conroe, January 14 – The idea was to reduce salaries as a symbol of leadership in reducing government spending. Then-State Representative Mark Keough drew hundreds of conservative political activists and opinion-makers to his campaign by promising that he would reduce his salary by 12%, so that the Montgomery County Judge would not earn a salary […]

In anti-citizen power play, Metts wastefully demands asphalt money back, even though his allies Doyal, Riley, Meador, Martin approved transfer of funds to County Judge

Conroe, January 10 – In an anti-citizen power play in front of several others loitering about, corrupt Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts and his Operations Manager Phyllis Martin, whom the Board of District Judges terminated as Montgomery County Auditor effective December 31, 2018, marched into Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s office around 8:30 […]

Meador seeks to divert $277,764 from his road and bridge asphalt account to create five new salaries, Noack likely to go along

Conroe, November 25 – Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador wants to move $277,764 from his “asphalt and road materials” account and hire four new operator positions and give a giant raise to a current members of his road crew. With benefits and salaries, the average amount for the five positions will  exceed $55,552. Meador […]