Commissioner Clark explains how he’s leveraged road bond funds for massive to small road bond projects for Precinct 4

Conroe, April 17 – Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark spoke to a packed room of the College Park Village Association about road projects in the Harpers Landing vicinity and in Shenandoah within Commissioners Precinct 4. Clark explained that Precinct 4 includes the largest land mass of the four Commissioners Precincts if one subtracts […]

Precinct 4 Commissioner Clark’s criminal charges dismissed in Texas Open Meetings Act case

Conroe, December 8 – Visiting District Judge Randy Clapp, sitting for the 9th District Court, dismissed the charges against Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner Jim Clark on Tuesday, December 6, 2017, “in the interest of justice.” The charges arose in the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) criminal case that remains pending against Montgomery County Judge […]

Two years after passage of the road bond referendum, Montgomery County has seen little progress on roads, which are becoming a “spaghetti loop”

Image: Traffic congestion, without appropriate mobility planning by Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and the Commissioners Court, is turning Montgomery County’s roads into a “spaghetti loop,” according to mobility expert Bill O’Sullivan. Conroe, November 18 – More than two years after passage of the $280 million, November, 2015, road bond referendum that Montgomery County Judge […]

Commissioner Riley making little progress on 2-year-old road bond projects in Precinct 2

Commissioner Riley making little progress on 2-year-old road bond projects in Precinct 2

Image: Left to right, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley, Montgomery County Hospital District Board member and Treasurer Chris Grice, and Woodlands Development Company Co-Chief Executive Tim Welbes, July 10, 2017. Magnolia, August 5 – Embattled Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley has made little progress on the November 2015 road bond projects that voters approved […]