After decades of failing “to provide flood control,” San Jacinto River Authority faces existential lawsuits after Houston Court of Appeals opinion

After decades of failing “to provide flood control,” San Jacinto River Authority faces existential lawsuits after Houston Court of Appeals opinion

Image: Houston Court of Appeals Justice Michael Massengale, known as a very conservative jurist, wrote the unanimous opinion for the Court that has opened the San Jacinto River Authority up to lawsuits, possibly numbering in the thousands of claims, after the River Authority flooded thousands of homes during Tropical Storm Harvey. Conroe and Houston, December […]

When it comes to reform of the San Jacinto River Authority and the County government, citizens must send a message in the contested Republican Precinct 35 Chair race; The Golden Hammer endorses reform candidate Bouche over the establishment’s Rummell

When it comes to reform of the San Jacinto River Authority and the County government, citizens must send a message in the contested Republican Precinct 35 Chair race; The Golden Hammer endorses reform candidate Bouche over the establishment’s Rummell

Image: Insurance broker Jon Bouche (center) with his family. Bouche is running for Republican Precinct Chair in Precinct 35, which is a portion of Oak Ridge North against Marisa Rummell. It’s a critical race, because Rummell failed to support the resolution cuts in County government spending, adoption of the 20% homestead exemption for County property […]