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On May 9, Montgomery County residents in general and Precinct 3 residents in particular, will have the opportunity to vote on a road bond proposal recently approved by Commissioners Court.
Donna Wick Publicity
Top 5 projects will go far in decreasing traffic and improving roads Residents of Montgomery County Precinct 2 who have experienced growing traffic issues have a countywide election where the precinct’s share of a $350 million road bond package will be on the ballot to look forward to.
Donna Wick Publicity
Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador informs crowd in Willis the merits of the 2015 Road Bond. The first of a series of countywide public meetings to discuss the upcoming Montgomery County road bonds election was recently held at the North Montgomery County Community Center in Willis.
Donna Wick Publicity
Since the year 2000, Montgomery County has grown in population by over 205,000 residents that today results in over 500,000 people calling Montgomery County their home.
Jason Millsaps
A Statement & Update from Gordy Bunch re Montgomery County Road Bonds Issue The residents of Montgomery County have a unique opportunity to come together to pass the first road bond in 10 years.
Gordy Bunch
The petition to remove the Woodlands Parkway expansion from the $350 million Road Bonds proposition for Montgomery County voters has exceeded more than 1,500 signatures, per Gordy Bunch, community and business leader and originator of the petition.
The petition to remove the Woodlands Parkway Expansion from the $350 million Road Bonds proposition for Montgomery County voters has exceeded more than 3,000 signatures to date.
When a government makes a mistake it costs taxpayers millions of dollars and negatively impacts its citizens and is usually irrevocable.
Gordy Bunch
2nd day of the new year Man in woodlands apartments gets stabbed during fight.
Qualifed, Caring & Committed Kim LeJuene, candidate for Conroe ISD School Board, has worked as an advocate and played a critical role in bringing Safe School Ambassadors to the Conroe area schools.
Melanie Bush may not live in Conroe, but she sure has a heart for our town – in fact, for all of CISD. She has my vote for the CISD School Board.
As I leave the Conroe ISD Board of Trustees...Having met with both candidates for the position I am vacating, I strongly recommend that you vote for Kim LeJeune. Of the two candidates, she will, by far, be the better school board member.
Mel Brown
I have volunteered side-by-side with Melanie Bush in mentoring girls at Conroe High School through EWA (Executive Women’s Alliance).
Carlotta Lansford
Dear Editor, For the first time ever, I spent time today at the early voting poll in support of a special candidate for the CISD board.
Kim LeJeune for CISD Position 1 Voting for Kim LeJeune, Position 1... a tireless, committed volunteer in CISD for over 10 years.
Joy Brasington
Kim LeJeune's heart is HUGE, and ready to serve her community completely. She will never make a decision based on emotions. She has served on many boards.
Candy Mashburn
I would like to express my support for Kim LeJeune for CISD School Board Position 1. Kim LeJeune for CISD Board ?has served her community in the Oak Ridge feeder well in making a difference for your children.
Candy Mashburn
Kim has been a tireless,committed volunteer in CISD for over 10 years. It is impossible to calculate the hours.
Joy Brasington
I am happy Melanie Bush is running for the CISD School Board Position #1.