BREAKING NEWS! Disgraced former Montgomery County Judge Doyal arrested for DWI, mentor to Commissioner Riley, perpetrator of $95 Million “Decimation of Hope Highway”

BREAKING NEWS! Disgraced former Montgomery County Judge Doyal arrested for DWI, mentor to Commissioner Riley, perpetrator of $95 Million “Decimation of Hope Highway”

Image: Prisoner Craig Doyal, disgraced former Montgomery County Judge, whom law enforcement officers booked into the Montgomery County Jail early Sunday morning for driving while intoxicated. Doyal, was angry and agitated – clearly – at the time of his arrest. BREAKING NEWS! The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, October 27 – The Texas Department of Public Safety […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court has long way to go but making steady improvement

Montgomery County Commissioners Court has long way to go but making steady improvement

Image: The Montgomery County Commissioners Court held its regular meeting on September 24, 2019, with, from left to right, Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts, Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack, County Judge Mark Keough, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador. The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, October 14 – As Fiscal Year […]

Ave atque vale, fellow cult members

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer Hail and farewell. Three years ago, a person who is the subject of some of the articles in The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, accused me of having a “puppet master.” That’s a concept he understood, because he was a puppet master himself (and, arguably, continues to be today.) My […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court passes “historic” Budget, Noack asks “After hearing that [citizen comment], I wonder what the temperature in Hell is?”

Conroe, September 5 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court passed an historic Fiscal Year 2020 Budget in the amount of $336,572,225 with a $0.4475 per $100 valuation tax rate. The budget was historic, because it was the first time in history when the Commissioners Court adopted a budget at the “effective tax rate” or less. […]

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Riley fails in his job with respect to another neighborhood: Northline Oaks

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Riley fails in his job with respect to another neighborhood: Northline Oaks

Image: Northline Oaks subdivision resident Jerry Matthews spoke to the Montgomery County Commissioners C0urt on Tuesday, August 27, 2019. Once again, Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley isn’t doing his job as a road and bridge Commissioner. Conroe, August 30 – It’s unclear what Charlie Riley actually does for the exorbitant $173,872 salary he’s […]

Montgomery County Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley receives “The Golden Hammer Award” for costing County hundreds of millions of dollars in road grants due to his absence

Conroe, August 28 – Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley received “The Golden Hammer Award” for losing hundreds of millions of grant dollars for Montgomery County as a result of his failure to attend meetings of the Houston-Galveston Area Council’s (“HGAC”) Transportation Policy Council. The full presentation of Riley’s Award follows. “I once read […]

Not charity but raw politics will dominate August 13 County Commissioners Court meeting, just like in the days of Terri Jaggers

Not charity but raw politics will dominate August 13 County Commissioners Court meeting, just like in the days of Terri Jaggers

Image: Check from Meals on Wheels to Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts for fuel? Conroe, August 13 – It’s not charity when you’re giving away other people’s money. It’s raw politics, Terri Jaggers style. Metts has placed the following item on the Commissioners Court agenda: “Consider and approve carrying over remaining contingency funds […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court, Riley, Meador, Metts violate Texas Constitution by illegally funding private nonprofit corporations, ignore Noack’s brilliant suggestion

Conroe, August 5 – The Texas Constitution – and numerous Texas Attorney General Opinions – could not be more clear: it is against Texas law for a County government or a city to provide tax dollars to private nonprofit corporations and foundations. Nevertheless, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court – and three of its Commissioners, Mike […]

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