BREAKING NEWS! Area legislators deliver letter to LSGCD urging delay in adoption of regulatory “management plan” until after November 6 election of a citizen Board

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, September 10 – Three highly-respected members of the Texas Legislature provided a letter to the Board of Directors of the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD) today urging the Board to delay adoption of a “management plan” for the regulation of groundwater until after the November, 2018, election when a citizen-elected Board […]

Toth’s good idea for a meeting to end Wilkerson’s polarization of the GOP ends up in a bizarre plan for a back-room, closed-door meeting

Toth’s good idea for a meeting to end Wilkerson’s polarization of the GOP ends up in a bizarre plan for a back-room, closed-door meeting

Image: Former Montgomery County Judge Alan B. Sadler, who served for 24 years until 2015, and his wife who is also a great community leader, Mimi Berkeley Sadler. Conroe, July 19 – Two days ago, former State Representative Steve Toth (R-The Woodlands), who is running as the Republican Nominee for the District 15 House seat in […]

Woodlands Township Board of Directors passes resolution to oppose $107 million, 3 mile, TX 249 Tollway, also known as the Decimation of Hope Highway, without voter approval

The Woodlands, May 13 – The Woodlands Township Board of Directors passed a resolution in support of other elected officials in their efforts and likewise encourages Montgomery County and TxDOT to seek voter approval before constructing new toll roads. Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark, Senator Brandon Creighton, Representative Mark Keough, and Precinct 3 Commissioner […]

Senator Creighton reports from Israel!

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel, May 10 – State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, is in Israel this weekend representing the State of Texas and Montgomery County in meetings with the Israeli government. Creighton was to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday in the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, but Israeli government delayed […]

Breaking News: Senator Creighton tours Israel, will deliver Governor’s pen signing Texas anti-discrimination to PM Netanyahu on Wednesday

Mount of Beatitudes, Israel, May 7 – State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, toured the Mount of Beatitudes today as part of his tour of Israel the purpose of which is to make a presentation on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Senator Creighton worked with Texas Governor Greg Abbott, […]

Senator Creighton, Commissioners Clark, Noack lobby TxDOT to take TX 249 project back, find funding other than tolls

Conroe, Houston, and Austin, April 12 – State Senator Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe), Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack (R-The Woodlands), and Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark (R-New Caney) lobbied the Texas Department of Transportation today to take back the 3-mile Montgomery County portion of the TX 249 Extension and not toll it, particularly in […]

“The Hammer Hour” to premiere on Facebook Live (MCP.TV) on Good Friday at 12 noon

Montgomery County, March 30 – “The Hammer Hour,” a Facebook live (MCP.TV) program, will premiere on Good Friday, March 30, 2018, at 12 noon. Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, will appear as the first guest on the hour-long program, which The Golden Hammer‘s Publisher will host. “The Hammer Hour” will feature local and state news […]

After Governor Abbott orders it to do so, San Jacinto River Authority finally agrees to fulfill its statutory duty “to provide flood control” (after only 83 years!)

Conroe, March 23 – The beleaguered citizens of the San Jacinto River watershed and its outfall have had to wait 83 years for the San Jacinto River Authority, created by the Texas Legislature in 1935, to begin to fulfill its primary statutory duty “to provide flood control.” After Governor Greg Abbott ordered the San Jacinto […]

Almost four months after Harvey, San Jacinto River Authority still takes no action “to provide flood control”

Conroe, December 15 – The San Jacinto River Authority (“SJRA”) Board of Directors met for the first time in two months on December 14, 2017, at 8:05 a.m., and failed even to include any mention of SJRA’s statutory duty “to provide flood control” on the meeting agenda. Instead, the SJRA Board approved: financial statements; a […]