TEC meets with Commissioner James Noack
The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce Education Transportation Council (TEC) visited the office of Commissioner James Noack in May.
Commissioner Noack is over Precinct 3 of Montgomery County which manages about 580 miles of road. Guests in attendance had the opportunity to hear from the Commissioner about the different services and projects Precinct 3 is responsible for aside from road maintenance.
In addition to maintaining the roads that are used throughout our community, Precinct 3 is also responsible for operating a recycling facility that collects over 60 tons of recyclables each year. The Spring Creek Greenway and Nature Center that offers various outdoor activities to residents, along with the South County Community Centers are also administer by the office. Finally, Precinct 3 manages a Montgomery County Northstar Traffic System, which is one of the largest traffic signal networks between Houston and Dallas.
After learning about all the different operations that Commissioner Noack along with his staff are task with carrying out for Precinct 3, guests were taken on a tour of the facility while enjoying a quick breakfast.
If you are interested in learning more about TEC, please join us the first Friday of every month at 8:00am at The Chamber. If you have any questions, please contact Lupe Cuellar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-367-5777.
Photo Caption: J.J. Hollie, President & CEO of The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce; Linda Nelson of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital and Team Leader of the Transpiration Education Council; James Noack, Montgomery County Commissioner, Precint 3; Kevin Kastor of Consolidated Communications and Co-Team Leader of the Transportation Education Council; Stuart Lapp of Stibbs & Co. P.C. and Vice President of Government Affairs at The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce.