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March 18th, 2020 - The Woodlands In Focus
In Montgomery County, and in the rest of the nation, testing supplies are limited. Because the supply of testing materials is not keeping up with demand, healthcare providers as a whole cannot test everyone, even those who are symptomatic. Therefore, it is very likely that people in the community... Read more.
March 11th, 2020 - The Woodlands In Focus
Montgomery County Public Health District, in conjunction with the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management, continues to monitor a presumptive positive case of a Northwest Montgomery County resident; we are still awaiting CDC confirmation of the positive result. He is in fair but stable... Read more.
January 28th, 2020 - Charles Frantes
Throughout their incorporation study, the Township Board and its consultants have determined that they cannot provide an accurate estimate of whether the $7.1 million in franchise fees they collect will replace current fees that utilities companies may be charging their customers or whether utility... Read more.
October 25th, 2019 - Charles Frantes
The potential incorporation of The Woodlands into a city was a main topic of discussion and a point of contention at a recent candidate forum for The Woodlands Township Board positions 5, 6, and 7 hosted by The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce. Click to read the candidates' positions on this... Read more.
October 8th, 2019 - Charles Frantes
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.
September 24th, 2019 - Charles Frantes
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.

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