Commissioner Noack’s proposal to save tax dollars on bond payments highlights April 23 Montgomery County Commissioners Court agenda

Conroe, April 23 – Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack’s proposal to save taxpayers $7.1 million by the early payoff of long-term debt highlights the April 23, 2019, Commissioners Court meeting. Noack told The Golden Hammer, “This proposal is just a first step. I realize that we need to achieve at least a one percent (1%) […]

Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner Noack urges $7.1 million in budget reductions just through debt defeasance alone, intends to urge other reductions as well

Conroe and The Woodlands, April 17 – Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack has proposed $7.1 million in budget reductions for the Fiscal 2020 Budget for the Montgomery County government just through the early payoff of long-term debt. Noack told The Golden Hammer, “This proposal is just a first step. I realize that we need […]

Restoration of citizens at top of County government organizational chart, choice of Griffin as new County Attorney, lockstep voting on spending mark main features of March 19 Commissioners Court meeting

Restoration of citizens at top of County government organizational chart, choice of Griffin as new County Attorney, lockstep voting on spending mark main features of March 19 Commissioners Court meeting

Image: Montgomery County Auditor Rakesh Pandey, who has begun his tenure seeming to act as a true independent auditor, presented his first ever Comprehensive Annual Financial Report to the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on March 19, 2019. Significantly, Pandey restored Montgomery County citizens to the top of the organizational chart of the County government after […]

Secretive facilities planning, other Montgomery County spending present perils for taxpayers at every turn in Tuesday Commissioners Court meeting

Secretive facilities planning, other Montgomery County spending present perils for taxpayers at every turn in Tuesday Commissioners Court meeting

Conroe, April 9 – Secretive facilities planning and other County government spending proposals present perils at every turn for taxpayers during the Tuesday, April 9, 2019, meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Montgomery County’s government continues to merit its reputation as “the most corrupt County government in Texas.” Facilities spending: budget breaker? Despite assurances […]

Personnel issues, changes – many positive, some not so – offer interesting window into secretive Montgomery County government

Conroe, April 8 – Several Montgomery County Departments face personnel changes, increased spending, and disciplinary actions in the Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Commissioners Court meeting. Some of the changes, such as many that have occurred in the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office of Sheriff Rand Henderson have been positive. Some are not so positive, however, and […]

BREAKING NEWS! Montgomery County Commissioners Court members complete transgender surgery after passing resolution without reading it

BREAKING NEWS! Montgomery County Commissioners Court members complete transgender surgery after passing resolution without reading it

BREAKING NEWS! Image: Left to right: The Montgomery County Commissioners Court after successful transgender surgery, Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mikhail Meador, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlene Riley, Precinct 3 County Commissioner Jane Noack, Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jinnie Metts, and County Judge Martha Keough. Conroe, April 1 – All five members of the Montgomery County […]

Montgomery County Judge Keough leads Commissioners Court to endorse Lambright Local Government Ethics Law, commit to strengthening County Ethics Code

Conroe, March 27 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough had every good reason to be all smiles yesterday during and after the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Keough led the Court – on a 5 to 0 unanimous vote – to endorse passage of the Lambright Local Government Ethics Law, Senate Bill 710 and House Bill […]

Commissioners Court to consider controversial measures during March 26 meeting

Conroe, March 26 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court will face all sorts of controversy during its meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, who has tried to unify the Court, will preside over the meeting. The Commissioners Court will vote on the hiring of Precinct 4 County Commissioner James Metts’ […]

BREAKING NEWS! Commissioners Court appoints Griffin as new Montgomery County Attorney to succeed Lambright, Griffin reduces his own salary by $22,418.50

BREAKING NEWS! Commissioners Court appoints Griffin as new Montgomery County Attorney to succeed Lambright, Griffin reduces his own salary by $22,418.50

Image: Montgomery County Attorney B.D. Griffin (right) took the Oath of Office on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, immediately after the Montgomery County Commissioners Court unanimously approved his appointment as County Attorney to succeed JD Lambright. Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough (left) administered the Oath of Office. Conroe, March 20 – Taxpayers, meet your friend and […]

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