In race for “Most Stupid Lawsuit Ever Filed,” it’s close between San Jacinto River Authority (State of Texas versus State of Texas) and JP James Metts (Montgomery County suing itself)

In race for “Most Stupid Lawsuit Ever Filed,” it’s close between San Jacinto River Authority (State of Texas versus State of Texas) and JP James Metts (Montgomery County suing itself)

Conroe, New Caney, and Austin, December 7 – In the race for the “most stupid lawsuit ever filed,” the San Jacinto River Authority just filed a lawsuit in Travis County against Attorney General Ken Paxton – the State of Texas versus the State of Texas – that rivals the waste of taxpayer dollars of Montgomery […]

BREAKING NEWS: San Jacinto River Authority should learn from Florida’s Lake Okeechobee pre-releases to manage anticipated high waters from Hurricane Irma

BREAKING NEWS! ERIC YOLLICK, The Golden Hammer, and ASSOCIATED PRESS Lake Okechobee, Florida, September 6 – The San Jacinto River Authority should learn some major lessons from the management of the Herbert Hoover Dike and Lake Okeechobee, near Miami, as the Lake Okeechobee Flood Control District and the United States Army Corps of Engineers are pre-releasing […]

Montgomery County’s Pearl Harbor: What Would You Have Done Differently If You Controlled SJRA’s Decisions?

Montgomery County’s Pearl Harbor: What Would You Have Done Differently If You Controlled SJRA’s Decisions?

Image: The wreckage of the United States battleship, the USS Arizona, on December 8, 1941, one day after the Pearl Harbor Attack. Lake Conroe Dam, September 4 – There are striking similarities between the United States’ handling of the Pearl Harbor Attack on December 7, 1941, and the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) terrible handling of […]

Texas A&M’s Bush School Study Rejects Texas Groundwater Regulation

College Station – Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service conducted a study which rejected the need for groundwater regulation in most parts of Texas, but most particularly in the Gulf Coast area where Montgomery County sits. Professor James Griffin, a 1970 Ph.D. graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, and a long […]