PAUL BETTENCOURT is “fighting for the public” against those draconian water-rate increases that the Parker Administration has imposed. And we are somewhat sympathetic to his argument substantively. That’s why it’s such a shame that this
THE CHRONICLE EDITORIAL BOARD breaks out its equivalent of mariachi bands and scratch-off cards today to celebrate new leadership at METRO. It’s the sort of uncritical cheerleading that the newspaper does so well for the
LAST WEEK, Texas Watchdog‘s Steve Miller reported on some Woodlands-area activists who decided to claim the address of a local Residence Inn for voting purposes, in an effort to turn out the incumbents on a
FRANK “PROCUREMENT DISASTER” WILSON has finally been forced out at METRO (whatever the departure is being called), according to the Chronicle. As reported previously, former city controller George Greanias will take the job on an
MIKE MCGUFF highlights the latest “improvements” coming from the Hearst Newspapers in Texas. Much like METRO’s “service improvements,” it’s probably safe to expect much less from the “improved” product. As has become the case when
THE CONSULTANT hired by David Wolff and limited in scope to deliver just the message Wolff wanted to hear about Frank Wilson cost METRO (us, really) just under $100,000, according to the Houston Politics blog.
VARIOUS MEDIA REPORTS continue to indicate that the end is nearing for METRO CEO Frank “Procurement Disaster” Wilson. Lisa Falkenberg’s most recent column for the Chronicle reports the sharpest criticism yet from Mayor Annise Parker