Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting, filing period for general city elections ended: 4 things to know in Conroe and Montgomery this week, Feb. 26-March 2

There are plenty of events to attend in the Conroe and Montgomery area this week, from city and county meetings to a seminar. Here are four things to know in Conroe and Montgomery this week, Feb. 26-March 2:


1. Montgomery City Council meets Feb. 27
Montgomery City Council meets Tuesday evening for the regularly scheduled meeting to consider numerous agenda items, including road closures for the annual Antiques Festival May 3-5 and LDC’s gas rates and surcharge. Click here to view the full agenda. 6 p.m. City of Montgomery City Hall, 101 Old Plantersville Road, Montgomery. 936-597-6434. www.montgomerytexas.gov





2. Plateau Land & Wildlife Seminar on Feb. 27
Plateau Land & Wildlife Management—a team of biologists, property tax consultants and professional field technicians—offers a presentation on Tuesday evening about the benefits of a Wildlife Management Tax Valuation exemption. The seminar will focus on what Wildlife Management does, how it works and state and county requirements. 6:30-8 p.m. Free. Lone Star Community Center, 2500 Lone Star Pkwy., Montgomery. 512-894-3479. www.plateauwildlife.com/seminars





3. Montgomery County Commissioners Court, Montgomery County Toll Road Authority meets Feb. 27
Montgomery County Commissioners Court meets Tuesday morning to consider various items, including a resolution opposing the lowering of Lake Conroe’s water level as a means of flood mitigation—citing a decline in residential property values as one reason for opposition. Following commissioners court meeting, there will be a session with the Montgomery County Toll Road Authority. Click here to view the entire agenda. 9:30 a.m. Alan B. Sadler Commissioners Court Building, 501 N. Thompson Street, Ste. 402, Conroe. 936-756-0571. www.mctx.org





4. Find out who filed for city of Conroe positions
The filing period deadline for May 5 city elections ended Feb. 16, revealing contested races for several city of Conroe positions on the ballot. On May 5, registered voters in the Conroe area can cast a vote for council member Place 3, council member Place 4 and council member Place 5, and municipal judge, according to the city’s website.

The following individuals have filed for a place on the ballot:

  • Council member Place 3
    *Duke W. Coon

  • Council member Place 4
    Annie Jefferson Burnett
    Mark Frank
    Jim Gentry
    Raymond McDonald

  • Council member Place 5
    Jodi Czajkoski
    Carl White

  • Municipal judge
    *Mike Davis


*incumbent candidates


By Kelly Schafler

Managing editor, South Houston

Kelly joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2017 after majoring in print journalism and creative writing at the University of Houston. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor for the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition and began covering the Spring and Klein area as well in August 2020. In June 2021, Kelly was promoted to South Houston managing editor.



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