Here are a few things residents of Conroe and Montgomery should know, going into this week, March 20-25.

1. Conroe City Council meets March 22-23.  
The council will meet for a work session at 2 p.m. March 22 and will reconvene for the action agenda at 9:30 a.m. March 23. Items up for discussion include a resolution opposing Senate Bill 2, the purchasing of a video evidence storage system for the Conroe Police Department and updating the service and assessment plan for the Teas Lakes Public Improvement District.

To view the full city council agenda, visit www.cityofconroe.org.

2. Montgomery Economic Development Board meeting was cancelled.
The monthly meeting, which was originally scheduled for March 20, has been cancelled. The next Montgomery EDC meeting is scheduled for April 17 at 6 p.m.

3. Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare will be closed this week.
Tri-County Behavioral Healthcare ceased operations at its former location, 1506 FM 2854 Rd., Conroe, at noon March 17. Services out of the facility’s new location at 233 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. S., Conroe, will begin on March 27.

The facility will not be providing any services this week to allow time to relocate offices. The public will, however, still have access to the Tri-County Services Psychiatric Emergency Treatment Center, located at 706 Old Montgomery Rd., Conroe.

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