Local

IF THE BOND DEAL STINKS THEN THROW IT OUT

For principled voters, if the road bond deal stinks, then throw it out COURIER of MONTGOMERY COUNTY Editorial Posted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 12:15 pm “I think the process stinks. This is not the way to do the people’s business …” *** “We are up against a deadline. That’s unfortunate. Read more…

By Citizen X, ago
Local

HAUSMAN QUESTIONS TRANSPORTATION WELFARE

Some people get high on drugs , some on distributing other peoples money. Peggy Hausman has cut through the baloney with a single question. “I struggle with the taxpayer’s responsibility to provide private transportation,” Hausman said. “Why shouldn’t the township subsidize electricity? That’s a bigger issue for seniors than transportation.” Read more…

By Citizen X, ago
Spending

TOUGH, BUNCH NOW AGAINST THE BOND

The Woodlands Township nixes road bond support due to concerns From Conroe Courier By Catherine Dominguez | Posted: Thursday, September 17, 2015 6:51 pm The Woodlands Township nixes road bond support due to concerns The Woodlands Township Board of Directors has withdrawn its support of the November road bond referendum Read more…

By Citizen X, ago
Spending

WOODLANDS TOWNSHIP SALARIES REACH $231,750

The Woodlands Township has released their top tier manager salaries for 2015  via Texas Public Information Act request. Link to official response here Don Norrell President/General Manager $231,750 Nick Wolda CVB President/Director of Community Relations $165,320 Alan Benson Fire Chief $157,455 Monique Sharp Assistant General Manager for Finance & Administration Read more…

By Citizen X, ago
Spending

NO ROAD BOND IN NOVEMBER

Commissioners court has officially said no to placing a revised road bond on the November ballot. The reason given in today’s Courier is timing related to upcoming mobility study and the County thoroughfare plan. I still maintain the real reason to be concern of another defeat in November when CISD will Read more…

By Citizen X, ago