More bad spending stuff slated for Tuesday, June 11 Commissioners Court

Conroe, June 11 – In addition to the horrible agenda item 9.F.1, the proposal by Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack to allow Commissioners to hire, fire, and create new positions in their departments without external scrutiny of the citizens they’re supposed to serve, there are at least three other bad action items on […]

Montgomery County Auditor, Commissioners Court intend to break Texas law flagrantly on October 9 with so-called “emergency” $41.5 million of budget amendments

Conroe, October 8 – Montgomery County Auditor Phyllis Martin, the entire Montgomery County Commissioners Court, and Budget Office Director Amanda Carter intend to break Texas law flagrantly at the Commissioners Court meeting on October 9, 2018, by making at least thirty-nine (39) “budget amendments” as “emergency expenditures” “in case of grave public necessity” when, in […]

After “separation of powers” issues determined over County Auditor’s Budget, outgoing Auditor Phyllis Martin’s “budget amendment” may be most corrupt of all

Conroe, September 25 – Montgomery County’s Board of District Judges and Commissioners Court suffered some angst over the budget process for the County Auditor’s Department. On Friday, September 14, 2018, the District Judges, approved a Budget, which they reduced by $305,000, to cover the salaries and related expenses for the County Auditor, in accordance with […]

Entire Commissioners Court (sans Doyal) receives Golden Hammer Award for more than $13 million of “slush fund” spending

Conroe, May 25 – All four of the Montgomery County Commissioners (without County Judge Doyal) received the Golden Hammer Award on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, for spending more than $13 million in “slush funds” during Fiscal Year 2017 so far. The “slush funds” are dollars that Doyal and the Commissioners have hidden from outside of […]