Water – The Key To Sustained Growth in Montgomery County

There’s no doubt about it:  Montgomery County is growing at a phenomenal rate.  But, as all growing cities and metropolitan areas discover, one of the keys to sustaining this growth is water. Just ask the thirsty cities of the southwest United States like Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Diego, and others. Water, or the lack of it, […]

The SJRA Explains Regulating the Aquifer in Montgomery County to Local Realtor Group

Jace Houston from the San Jacinto River Authority, SJRA gives us good information about the changes that are in the making for area water users.

Montgomery County Judge Alan B. Sadler calls for ‘water summit’ meeting of State and Local Officials

by: Wayne Stroman CIPS, TRC, President, Stroman Realty, Inc.

The by invitation meeting included State Sen. Robert Nichols; State Sen. Tommy Williams; State Rep. Brandon Creighton; and State Rep. Rob Eissler; Conroe Mayor Webb Melder; Nelda Luce Blair and representatives from the San Jacinto River Authority, SJRA and the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, LSGCD. The […]

New Braunfels Texas is a Huge Water Park!

by: Wayne Stroman CIPS, TRC, President, Stroman Realty, Inc.

New Braunfels, Texas is located between San Antonio and Austin.  It is an old German town where the Wurstfest (Wurstfest Association) is celebrated each fall. The Guadalupe River runs through the city.  It is also the home of the Schlitterbahn Water Park (www.schlitterbahn.com/nb/).

I was there last week […]

Lake Conroe Association, LCA – PRESIDENT’S UPDATE July 2009

Lake Conroe Association, LCA – PRESIDENT’S UPDATE
JULY 31, 2009

We’re all enjoying some much needed rain over these past couple of days, and today’s storm has provided me an opportunity to update you on several lake issues. Prior to today’s rain, the lake level measured 199.7 (with normal pool being 201.0) and remains at a level which […]

Lake Conroe: The State and County Government Forum

The event was held Wednesday, July 29, 2009 form 7:00-9:00 pm at the Montgomery High School Auditorium in Montgomery TX. Issues discussed by local legislators and public officials included taxation, transportation, water conservation, and annexation.