Commissioner Noack issues great statement re property taxes, introduces resolution to support property tax reform

The Woodlands, February 8 – Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner issued a statement in favor of property tax reform and has introduced a resolution for consideration by the Montgomery County Commissioners Court at the Tuesday, February 12, 2019, meeting to support the Texas Legislature’s efforts to enact true property tax reform. Commissioner Noack’s full statement […]

Entire Montgomery County Commissioners Court looks other way from corrupt hiring

Entire Montgomery County Commissioners Court looks other way from corrupt hiring

Image: As corruption openly danced before them in the form of hiring, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court nodded their heads in agreement during their unethical sleep on Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Left to right: Precinct 4 County Commissioner James Metts, Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack, County Judge Mark Keough, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting to bring much bad, a little good

Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting to bring much bad, a little good

Image: In this artist’s rendering, the bottom Ring of Hades includes Satan, Michael Landon, and others. Conroe, January 29 – For those who find fatiguing the bottomless corruption of Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley and Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts, the January 29, 2019, Commissioners Court meeting doesn’t bring much rest. County spending […]

Montgomery County Judge Keough, team of Millsaps-Sutton-Whittington make important advance towards transparency through new Commissioners Court agenda format

Montgomery County Judge Keough, team of Millsaps-Sutton-Whittington make important advance towards transparency through new Commissioners Court agenda format

Image: Then Montgomery County Judge-Elect Mark Keough (right) and Kim Keough, the First Lady of Montgomery County, at the White House on December 10, 2018, where they represented Montgomery County well. Conroe, January 27 – It was early. It was transparent. It’s a major step in the direction of government openness and transparency. Montgomery County […]

Historian Dave Roberts: “Patrick Henry and Samuel Adams would have tarred and feathered” the current members of Montgomery County Commissioners Court

Conroe, January 9 – Renowned historian and local businessman Dave Thomas Roberts spoke to the Montgomery County Tea Party on Monday, January 7, 2019, and didn’t mince words about some locals who call themselves “Republicans.” Roberts’ topic was his upcoming book, “The Death of Liberty,” which he will release right before the April tax season […]

Unethical Montgomery County Commissioners Court agenda practices continue, but Chief of Staff Millsaps promises changes

Conroe, January 7 – Problematically, Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s first Commissioners Court agenda for the Tuesday, January 8, 2019, meeting contains the corrupt secretive practices of his predecessor Craig Doyal. Keough’s Chief of Staff, Jason Millsaps, has assured, “We’re following the previous methods for this one meeting, because we had to prepare and post […]

Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark delivers final speech during December 18 Court meeting

Conroe, December 25 – Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark gave his farewell speech to the citizens of Montgomery County as an elected servant at the December 18, 2018, Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting. The goodbyes began towards the end of the meeting when Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador made a brief presentation […]

Riley, Meador ignorance, hypocrisy come to fore during December 11 Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting

Conroe, December 24 – The hypocrisy and ignorance of Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley and Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador, and the arrogance of lame duck County Judge Craig Doyal dominated the December 11, 2018, Commissioners Court meeting. It was apparent that, as they have done since the summer of 2017, the […]

Overspending, salary abuse, nepotism continue through Doyal’s last Commissioners Court on December 18

Conroe, December 17 – Lame duck, arrogant, anti-citizen Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s last meeting during which he’ll preside will occur on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. Until the end, Doyal has made clear that the citizens of Montgomery County are of no concern to him other than his singular focus of confiscating […]

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