Judicial Conduct Commission’s Public Warning to Waller County Judge Duhon should serve as warning to all elected officials

Hempstead and Austin, July 17 – The Texas Judicial Conduct Commission’s (TCJC) Public Warning to Waller County Judge Carbet J. “Trey” Duhon, III, should serve as a warning to all elected officials that there are state officials in Austin watching the activities of elected servants who run outside of the lines in the political fundraising […]

Montgomery County taxpayers to take ultra-liberal County employee benefits as a right punch to the gut

Conroe, July 14 – With arrogant elitists solidly in charge of the Montgomery County government, the analysis with each budget decision is not “Is this decision best for the citizens of Montgomery County?” Rather, the analysis is purely “Is this decision best for the Montgomery County government and its employees?” Montgomery County, known throughout Texas […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court locks out Citizens Budget Committee report, even though on meeting agenda, County Attorney Lambright criticizes Commissioners Court

Conroe, July 12 – With Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal make up the rules as he goes along, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court, on July 10, 2018,  locked out the Citizens Budget Committee’s report, even though it was formally on the Court’s Agenda for consideration. The Citizens Budget Committee (CBC) is a group of eighteen […]

How Craig Doyal, Charlie Riley skanked Montgomery County citizens in less than 2 minutes

How Craig Doyal, Charlie Riley skanked Montgomery County citizens in less than 2 minutes

Image: The Montgomery County Commissioners Court held their little tollroad meeting on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, in one minute and 44 seconds during which they awarded $4.7 million of contracts to close pals of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley. They don’t care; it’s “other people’s money”! Conroe, July […]

After O’Sullivan’s comment about County taxpayers’ $56 million interest free loan to the State of Texas, Commissioners finally begin to take pass-through toll funds seriously

Conroe, July 3 – Bill O’Sullivan, Montgomery County’s “sage,” who just celebrated his 72nd birthday while worrying about the public fisc, warned the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, that they should act as quickly as possible to recover the $56 million of pass-through toll funds the State of Texas Department of […]

Despite Riley’s initial opposition, Montgomery County Commissioners Court reaffirms midnight to 6 teen curfew with punishment for parents

Conroe, June 29 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court reaffirmed the midnight to 6 a.m. teen curfew at the Tuesday, June 26, 2018, Commissioners Court meeting on a 4 to 1 vote with Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack dissenting. The proposed curfew overcame the opposition of anti-law-enforcement Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley early […]

Golden Hammer Editorial Board suspends Publisher for pi hours after unappreciated Courtroom humor

Golden Hammer Editorial Board suspends Publisher for pi hours after unappreciated Courtroom humor

BROKEN NEWS! Conroe, June 26 – The Editorial Board of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, suspended Publisher Eric Yollick for 3.14159273 hours (an approximation of the irrational number pi), after Yollick, while waiting for the Montgomery County Commissioners Court session to begin on June 26, 2018, conducted a Google search on the public terminal […]

Noack leads on pass-thru tolls issue, while remainder of court rides along

Conroe, June 26 – Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack is pushing the pass-thru toll funds availability issue forward, while the remainder of the Commissioners Court seems to be asleep with respect to the effort to ensure the County government makes the $56 million, which the State of Texas owes Montgomery County under the […]

With Noack on vacation, Clark ill, Commissioners Court goes on spending spree at June 12 meeting

Conroe, June 24 – With Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack on vacation and Precinct 4 County Commissioners Court Jim Clark ill but still in attendance, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador went on a spending spree unfettered. Despite their election as […]

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