BREAKING NEWS: City of Conroe cites Montgomery County for “doing work without proper permits, demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey,” fines County government

BREAKING NEWS: City of Conroe cites Montgomery County for “doing work without proper permits, demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey,” fines County government

Image: The Inspection/Violation Notice City of Conroe inspector Jeff McCaffrey issued to Montgomery County for “Doing work without proper permits, Demo[lition] without Asbestos Survey” along with a $500 fine to the County. Conroe, April 12 – The City of Conroe shut down a Montgomery County Building Maintenance Department job inside the Lee G. Alworth Courthouse […]

BREAKING NEWS: Court of Appeals Rules That Large Groundwater Producers May Challenge Regulations of Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District

Beaumont, February 2 – In a major victory for water users in Montgomery County, the Ninth Court of Appeals at Beaumont ruled that large water producers may challenge the validity and reasonableness of the Lone Star Groundwater Conservative District’s (LSGCD) rules under the Texas Water Code and the Texas Declaratory Judgments Act. The opinion, which […]

Ham Discusses $10 Million Per Year Problem for Taxpayers in Midst of Water War

Ham Discusses $10 Million Per Year Problem for Taxpayers in Midst of Water War

Conroe, January 29 – Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham spoke with The Golden Hammer today about water issues Montgomery County citizens face, particularly as they relate to over-regulation and price-gouging of the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD). The Conroe City Council voted unanimously on January 26 to […]