Montgomery County Commissioners Court starts to watch some of the pennies in spending tax dollars at February meeting

Montgomery County Commissioners Court starts to watch some of the pennies in spending tax dollars at February meeting

Image: Rob Eissler, lobbyist, former State Representative, former Conroe ISD School Board member, retired pilot, and owner of more Native American deoxyribonucleic acid than Elizabeth Warren, gave the opening prayer at the February 12, 2019, meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Conroe, March 5 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough and Precinct 3 County […]

In an “economic development” success, Montgomery County government has successfully exported its primary commodity statewide to all of Texas: corruption

Conroe and Montgomery County, March 4 – Montgomery County and the City of Conroe have spent many tens of millions of dollars on “economic development” and have recently exported to the entire State of Texas the primary commodity which this community manufactures, corruption. In a case emanating out of Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie […]

Davenport Ring has terrific week, corruption shines in Montgomery County

Conroe, February 28 – Montgomery County has made a strong impression this week as the “most corrupt county in Texas.” It’s been a triumphant week for the Davenport Ring, the group of corrupt politicians who take their direction from corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport. The original members of the Davenport Ring were Marc Davenport […]

With the truth about their terrible financial present and past coming to the fore, Shenandoah Councilman Fletcher tries counter-punch

Conroe and Shenandoah, February 28 – Referring to himself as the royal “We,” Shenandoah City Councilman Ted Fletcher, with one current Federal Tax Lien upon him and his wife, and several bankruptcies, judgments, Federal Tax Liens, and State Tax Liens, in at least three different states across the United States, came before the Montgomery County […]

GIANT BREAKING NEWS: Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rules Texas Open Meetings Act unconstitutional, throws out criminal indictments of Doyal, Riley, Davenport

BREAKING NEWS! Austin, February 27 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals determined that the Texas Open Meetings Act provision under which former Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport were criminally indicted in June, 2016, is unconstitutionally vague. Doyal, Riley, and Davenport will […]

Despite Riley’s reckless desire to spend $100K on third party administrative insurance services, Commissioners Court adopts, 3 to 1, measured approach, which Purchasing Director Jalomo suggests

Conroe, February 27 – Bless his little heart. Without Craig Doyal telling him what to do, Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley experienced complete befuddlement during a discussion in the Commissioners Court about whether to spend an extra $100,000 for the County government to hire a third party administrator for property and casualty claims. […]

Commissioner Noack’s successful effort to fend off Emergency Management bureaucracy puts positive capstone on January 29 Commissioners Court meeting

Conroe, February 20 – Although he was a minority of one on several spending initiatives in front of the January 29, 2019, meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, Precinct 3 County Commissioner successfully defeated a bureaucratic initiative of the do-nothing Department of Emergency Management to add an additional salaried “Deputy Director” for $137,000 per […]

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Riley, his party planner owe apology for lying to Montgomery County citizens before November General Election

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer Although we’re all relieved that, as a community, we don’t have to deal with another pending Charlie Riley criminal indictment. One is enough for a Montgomery County Commissioner who should treat his office as a trust and treat the citizens of Montgomery County as his bosses with whom he’s open and […]

BREAKING NEWS: Already in enough trouble as it is, and after lying to voters about the pendency of the investigation, Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley not indicted in misuse of public funds investigation

Conroe and Magnolia, February 14 – Already under criminal indictment for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act, a criminal conviction of which would lead to his removal from office for “official misconduct,” Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley gave Montgomery County citizens a bit of reason to sign in partial relief. The […]

Commissioner Riley, County Judge Keough get into verbal tussle over HGAC Transportation Policy Council seat, Riley wants seat despite absenteeism

Commissioner Riley, County Judge Keough get into verbal tussle over HGAC Transportation Policy Council seat, Riley wants seat despite absenteeism

Image: Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough addressed Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley, wagged his finger at Riley as Keough stood for the citizens, and addressed the remainder of the Court as well on February 12, 2019. Conroe, February 13 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, standing for the citizens, and criminally-indicted Precinct 2 […]

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