Incorporation of The Woodlands? By Mike Bass

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Posted Sat, Mar 14, 2020
This is a copy of a LETTER TO THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS (February 26, 2020)- YET UNANSWERED regarding why if we incorporate we will continue to rely on the Counties for law enforcement rather than transition to our Police Dept. READ MOR
Posted Thu, Mar 12, 2020
Why would the Texas Patriot Pac or any Tea Party group support incorporation? I thought one of their foundational planks was 'limited government and lower taxes.' Both of which we have today but will not have as a new city! READ MORE
Posted Thu, Mar 12, 2020
In 2015, the Board found that The Woodlands could not legally incorporate. Our population was too great. Per the Texas Constitution and statute, based on new legislation ,The Woodlands must first incorporate as a General Law City. READ MORE.
Posted Thu, Mar 12, 2020
Director Snyder and Commissioner Noack believe the tax rate adopted by the Board is grossly understated. Public Works/ Road Maintenance are considered by both to the biggest exposure. READ MORE
Posted Mon, Mar 16, 2020
Originally , The Township Board commissioned the current incorporation study as a means to stop The Woodlands Parkway Extension. When they found becoming a city would not stop the Extension they began to try to find other justifications. Read ...
Posted Sun, Sep 30, 2018
At the September 25 Incorporation Public Forum, a Woodlands Resident ask if we could be forcibly annexed? The Short answer is No! Read More
Posted Wed, Mar 11, 2020
The recently proposed tax rate required if we become a city will be higher than paid today. The rate proposed in all probability should be higher What will be the real cost of Incorporation? Read More