Over $36,000 in Political Contributions to the Proponent PAC in this election
Concerned Citizens were still able to defeat 1 of 3 Bond
Looks like the PAC idea was formed on City time with Jim Brown, Director
Parks & Recreation at the helm.
City of Sugar Land letterhead, Meeting Five Summary, Director of Parks and Recreation,
Jim Brown provided an overview. "how the committee would group the projects to ensure the most successful bond package
with the most items passed". "What is a good way to get the word out?...PAC (political action committee),
school kids, National Night Out, realtors." Was this the true charge of the bond committee and the City; to get a well
funded PAC? Of 94 bond committee member applications, 48 serve on other City boards and 11 serve on Parks boards. Tim Stubenrouch,
Treasurer for the Citizens for Sugar Land PAC was a co-chair in this meeting.
The Open Records request for this information was not filled until election day. It was requested on October 14,