Curth for Mayor | I Care About Your Endorsement

Dear Piney Point Village Residents:

I have written to you on three separate occasions and have detailed my top priorities. You can read my prior campaign letters on my website:

Since my letters were mailed, I have been block-walking and meeting our fellow neighbors to formally introduce myself and discuss how we can further enhance our wonderful community. The last few weeks, however, I have been fighting off a pneumonia infection, which even led to a brief stint in the hospital, but I am on track for a full recovery.

As a sitting Councilman for Piney Point Village, I will not attempt to take credit for the several accomplishments that the entire City Council has unanimously voted in favor of. Also, to be clear, the number of endorsements I have sought is 0, and the number of non-Piney Point residents’ endorsements I desire is 0. I never sought the establishment’s approval or endorsement before running for City Council, nor did I seek anyone’s approval to run for Mayor, and that has clearly struck a nerve with the establishment which desires to keep its grip on control. The only endorsement I care about is YOURS.

Admittedly, my approach to this campaign is atypical. I am approaching this Village election not as a typical politician, but rather as I approach my business and executive positions – tell you the truth, explain what my agenda and expectations are, and timely deliver on my promises.

After I highlighted some of the ongoing issues within the Village Fire Department Board of Commissioners in my earlier letter, the Board acted last month to appoint a permanent Fire Chief, and Piney Point City Council voted to replace our representative on the Commission. As the saying goes, “Sunlight is the best disinfectant.”

Further, I want to be honest with the Piney Point community – Mayorship is not a full-time job. Our City Council and Mayor positions are unpaid voluntary positions. Although I am going to work steadfast for the community to push forward our shared agenda, our city already has a wonderful full-time (and well-paid) City Manager (Bobby Pennington), and I do not think the City Administration would like to be micromanaged on a full-time basis. The Mayor doesn’t even maintain an office at City Hall. That said, what Piney Point needs is a Mayor with executive leadership experience setting and seeing through an agenda with original and practical ideas, which I have set forth.

I am running for Mayor solely to serve our Village and to push forward the positive ideas that I have detailed for you previously. You have made your opinions known with your support, which I greatly appreciate.

EARLY VOTING is April 22-26 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and April 29-30 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Ecclesia Church (West Campus), 325 Piney Point Road, 77024.

ELECTION DAY is May 4 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Spring Branch Middle School and other zoned locations.

I would love to connect, so please reach out as many others have already! My cell to text or call is (713) 853-9467, and my direct email is

Your Neighbor,

Jonathan Curth

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