President’s Update

January 20, 2021

President’s Update – December 28, 2020

Houston, we have a problem – and it is entirely your fault and without reason. Since shortly after the February 20th SJRA Board decision to accept […]
June 30, 2020

President’s Update – June 30, 2020

Still seeking logic in SJRA’s wasteful and arbitrary decisions. The rise of the Lake Conroe water level above 200 feet msl in late March was a […]
March 11, 2020

President’s Update – March 11, 2020

About three weeks ago on February 20th the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) Board held their special meeting to review SJRA staff proposals on the Seasonal […]
February 19, 2020

President’s Update – Feb 19, 2020

Tomorrow is the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) Public Meeting at the Lone Star Convention Center, and it is anticipated that the SJRA Board will vote […]
February 5, 2020

President’s Update – Feb 3, 2020

To those 1,000+ people who attended the January 21st SJRA Public Meeting, the 1,000+ people who wrote SJRA’s management and Board, and the 8,000+ people signing […]
January 10, 2020

Immediate Needs Fighting Lowered Lake Levels

Lake Conroe residents and businesses are needed NOW. We know you have been inundated with information and requests, but we’re only 42 days away from SJRA’s […]
December 24, 2019

Lake Conroe Area Residents and Businesses

The Lake Conroe Association (LCA) has drafted and is now circulating a petition intended for Governor Greg Abbott asking him to instruct the Board of the […]
December 20, 2019

LCA PRESIDENT’S UPDATE As of December 20, 2019

The Lake Conroe Association (LCA) would like to thank and commend the lake community for the ENORMOUS SUPPORT shown in attendance at the San Jacinto River […]
August 28, 2019

LCA PRESIDENT’S UPDATE as of August 25, 2019

LCA PRESIDENT’S UPDATE as of August 25, 2019 Is it hot enough for you? July and August are always difficult months for us in Texas. We […]
November 19, 2018

LCA President’s Update as of November 17, 2018

LCA President’s Update as of November 17, 2018 The lake goes down. The lake goes up. And so has been the story of Lake Conroe since […]