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  • Activate - Encourage citizens to vote responsibly, become more productive public servants and consider becoming office holders themselves.

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What Did Our Founders Say about God and Country? 

...proclaimed in his Farewell Address, "Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. ... [R]eason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle." ...aptly observed, "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." ...stated, "Can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that their liberties are a gift of God?"

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Thursday, June 4

Montgomery County Eagle Forum


Jace Houston  


Why our Water Bills are Skyrocketing

The Quality and Sources of our Water in Montgomery Co.  

SJRA Vision

 SJRA’s vision is to provide reliable, cost-efficient, and

 sustainable water resource management that supports

 economic and industrial growth in the region and earns

 the trust and confidence of SJRA’s customers.

SJRA Mission 

 SJRA’s mission is to:

  • plan for and develop adequate and reliable long-  term water supplies
  • treat and distribute safe drinking water
  • provide regional wastewater treatment services
  • deliver raw water for municipal, industrial, and        agricultural use
  • monitor and protect source water quality
  • ensure safe, dependable reservoir operations
  • educate the public about water conservation and water resources


 (Scroll all the way down for JACE’s BIO.) 

Incredible Pizza  

230 S Loop 336 W

Conroe, Texas 77301

Thursday, June 4, 2015  

Dinner 6:30 p.m. (or earlier)

Admission  - New Low Group Rate $7.58, (Including Tax)   

 Includes drinks & all you can eat.  .

 (Come early and  go back for seconds!) 



Betty Anderson - or 281-364-8778



After conducting a nationwide search that attracted 200 candidates, the San Jacinto River Authority Board of Directors named Jace Houston as general manager in October, 2012.  

  Houston  , 45, previously spent 5 years as one of SJRA’s deputy general managers. He came to the river authority from the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District, where he served as general counsel for 10 years.  

  Houston   replaces Reed Eichelberger, who announced his retirement in 2011 after 15 years with SJRA.  Eichelberger spent the previous five years getting the SJRA’s Groundwater Reduction Plan off the ground. To ease   Montgomery   County  ’s demand for groundwater, SJRA is building a surface water system that will help county residents meet the mandated 30 percent reduction in groundwater usage required by January 2016.  

  Houston   says SJRA is now “poised” to turn its attention back to aggressive, long-term water supply projects and continuing to build partnerships with local stakeholders.  “That is what makes us strong,”   Houston   said.   

Prior to the 20 years he’s been involved with  Texas  water issues,   Houston   served as legal counsel and policy analyst for the Office of Policy and Regulatory Development at the Texas Natural Resource Conservative Commission and general counsel for the Land and Resource Management Committee at the Texas House of Representatives.

After that, he was employed as general counsel for the Harris - Galveston Subsidence District. Created with the specific purpose of regulating groundwater withdrawals in Harris and Galveston counties, Jace managed multiple departments including liaising with the district's permitting group, providing general legal advice for the district, and overseeing the coordination of the district's 19-member board. 

 Houston  earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering, magna cum laude, from the  University  of  Texas  at   Austin  . He received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law, having concentrated in Environmental Law.  

Houston and his wife, Marley are members of   Faith   Bible   Church   in The Woodlands.  They have two sons, ages 16 and 10. 

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