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The Montgomery County Precinct 3 offices have listed the latest road projects conducted by precinct crews recently. Projects include:
Woodlands Online Staff
Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack’s Office is working with contractor Spark Lighting to upgrade the sports field lights at the South Montgomery County Girls Softball League and Oak Ridge Woodlands Area Little League fields.
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The American Society of Highway Engineers Houston Section named the Rayford Road Improvement Project as its Project of the Year (Greater than $20 million). The award was presented during the ASHE Houston Gala on Friday, Jan. 12, 2024, at the Petroleu
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This year’s Free Recycle Day was a resounding success. A total of 919 vehicles came through the line, dropping off nearly 28 tons of material – the average weight of an adult humpback whale. That’s more than 55,000 pounds of recyclables and hazardous
Woodlands Online Staff
Commissioner Noack and the Precinct 3 office staff hosted a heartwarming Valentine's Breakfast for seniors at the South County Community Center.
Woodlands Online Staff
The American Concrete Institute Houston Chapter recently presented its Project Excellence Award in Infrastructure to Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack and other partners for the exceptional work on the Gosling Road Bridge Project.
Woodlands Online Staff
Commissioner James Noack has the following response to the news that his opponent is being investigated for five campaign finance law violations and facing thousands of dollars in fines:
Sara Marie Kinney
Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack gained unanimous support from Commissioners Court to use a portion of the county’s pass-through funds
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