Sanders may have violated Texas Open Meetings Act by addressing item outside of Board agenda at October 18 Conroe ISD Board meeting

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, October 24 – Conroe Independent School District (CISD) Board member Ray Sanders may have violated the Texas Open Meetings Act and possibly the Board’s own policy against allowing Board members to respond to citizen comments during the Tuesday, October 18, 2022, meeting, when he defended the school district’s academic […]

Riley faction in Montgomery County Commissioners Court votes against Hausmann, in favor of Smith for Appraisal District Board

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, December 9 – In a display of voting by a majority of the Montgomery County Commissioner Court which clearly had worked out exactly how they’d vote in advance of the meeting, the Commissioners Court voted 3 to 2 against casting the County government’s votes for Peggy Hausmann for the […]

Texas Legislature revives Texas Open Meetings Act after disgraced former County Judge Doyal, henchman Commissioner Riley embarrass Montgomery County, all of Texas

Austin and Conroe, May 24 – The two individuals, disgraced former Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and his henchman Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley, most responsible for bringing down on Montgomery County the reputation as “the most corrupt County government in all of Texas” suffered a major setback yesterday. The Texas Senate voted […]

Woodlands MUD No. 47 (central Woodlands) intends to hold illegal executive session May 14 to avoid notifying public of Board vacancy

The Woodlands, May 13 – If The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency (WJPA) gets involved in a political issue, there’s a good chance that something shady or underhanded will occur. WJPA is the central bureaucratic manager for the Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) of The Woodlands. Crass political manipulation has erupted openly at MUD No. 47 over […]

Montgomery County District Attorney Ligon, County Attorney Griffin, Hyder urge Texas House to revive Texas Open Meetings Act in Austin committee hearing

Austin, April 3 – State Representative Steve Toth presented House Bill 2965, a bill to amend Section 143 of the Texas Open Meetings Act to the Texas House of Representatives Committee on State Affairs on Monday, April, 2019. The purpose of Toth’s bill, as he explained was to meet the objections of the Texas Court […]

Conroe ISD Board of Trustees to hold “star chamber” hearing on Inman’s refusal to follow illegal “Code of Conduct”

Conroe ISD Board of Trustees to hold “star chamber” hearing on Inman’s refusal to follow illegal “Code of Conduct”

Image: The Star Chamber takes many forms in which political or social oppression of an individual occurs. The Conroe Independent School District has determined to oppress Trustee Dale Inman who has revoked his agreement to the district’s “Code of Conduct” which requires Trustees to delegate their non-delegable duties under the Texas Education Code to the […]

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 […]

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