James Lippert

Local Galveston County Elections are ONGOING in San Leon & many other Districts. Today, Friday the 25th, Monday the 29th and Tuesday the 30th. As well as Saturday May 4th. Get out and VOTE!

Sadly local government in Galveston County is often lacking one very important ingredient, that ingredient is Integrity.
Integrity is easily defined as "doing the right thing even when no one else is looking". This simple concept serves as well on the golf course as it does in…

Rusty is right. Many good memories fishing that wreak in the 70's & 80's. Primarily as a fall back spot when the weather turned rough out on the open bay.

Great news seeing some local kids getting involved in applied STEM activities!

Let the Free Market decide what should be built, this is America after all! Having Government dictate what should be built smacks of Communism and we all know how that story ends.

100% Support for Mrs. Johnson. Galveston County is very fortunate to have her on-board and taking care of business!

Poor management is the root cause for the request by the San Leon MUD for an additional $39,800.000.00 in Bond Debt to be repaid by the Public via increased property taxes. If the San Leon MUD would have been successful in their attempts to correct the I&I situation our sewer plant would…

The Galveston real estate market has been weak for a long time. In American supply and demand drive the price of real estate. Having the Freedom to rent/lease/live in one's property as one sees fit can only increase demand for said island real estate, ensuring the long term viability of Ga…

Well it may be a contentious election, but at least Kemah is holding an election. Down in Sunny San Leon the self-elected officials don’t even bother to hold officers elections, they simply re-elect themselves. Then thank the poor San Leon populace by demanding over $40,000,000.00 in new M…

Repairs on those train tracks have been a long time coming. For the past several years they have been literally ripping the tires/suspension off passing cars. The little fabric sign advising of "Slow down for bump" providing insufficient notice to passing motorists.