County Attorney: Road bond vote not voidable (The Villager)

Photo Courtesy of The Villager

Photo Courtesy of The Villager

By Catherine Dominguez

Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright believes that the Commissioners Court meeting Aug. 24 and vote to place a $280 million road bond on the November ballot would be upheld in civil court.

On Friday, the County Judge’s Office released a seven-page opinion issued by the County Attorney’s Office addressing the meeting and vote. It did not address the criminal investigation into whether certain members of Commissioners Court and other individuals possibly violated the Texas Open Meetings Act prior to the special meeting and vote.

 

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