In addition to a first-year one-time capital expense of $16,700,000, a City of The Woodlands would take on $6,376,000 in new annual expenses (not including the yet to be determined expense of potentially creating a Woodlands Police Department) and $966,000 in new annual revenue.... Read more.
At a September 18 tax rate adoption meeting, The Woodlands Township Board of Directors was divided on whether to raise or lower The Woodlands’ property tax rate. Facing a deadline, on the fifth vote of the night, the board ultimately voted unanimously to adopt the effective tax rate of .224% after... Read more.
At the latest Township Board of Directors Incorporation Planning Session, questions were raised about the impact incorporation would have on preventing The Woodlands Parkway extension and a possible threat of forced annexation for The Woodlands in 2057 when its Regional Protection Agreement (RPA)... Read more.
I was there to represent the families in Montgomery County and voice our support of the Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) effort in Montgomery County led by the Precinct 1 Constable’s office and the need for an additional five more Deputy Constables to be trained in this program. Currently Constable... Read more.
In the recent legislative session, state lawmakers approved two new bills that will lower school property taxes and limit the rise of other property taxes in Texas, at least until the next legislative session... This reverses the trend by state lawmakers over previous legislative sessions of... Read more.
At YES to YOUTH, we seek to rebuild the lives of youth and teach them that they are worth it, they deserve safety and security and that they will succeed in life. Our five counseling offices offer individual, group and family mental health counseling, suicide prevention services for youth and... Read more.
Is George Mitchell's Vision Alive and Well in The Woodlands?