Municipal Utility Districts, or MUDs, are political subdivisions that provide services such as infrastructure, water, sewer, and storm water drainage for unincorporated areas. They are overseen by publicly elected boards of directors, who are expected to ensure services are provided reliably, efficiently and cost-effectively, keeping taxes low.
To better inform voters, Preserve The Woodlands provided surveys to every MUD candidate who provided email addresses with their ballot applications. Below are the unedited responses submitted by the candidates who returned our questionnaire, all of whom opposed incorporation and MUD consolidation.
Those candidates are: Neil Gaynor, MUD 6 Alan Fritsche, MUD 67 Jennifer Robinson, MUD 7 Aaron Hoffstadter, MUD 6 Marjorie Podzielinski, MUD 46 Cristal Shie, MUD 7 Julie Davids, MUD 39 Robert “Bob” Leilich, MUD 1 Bob Lux, MUD 60 Richard Stromatt, MUD 60 Paul Martin, MUD 67 Roland Johnson, MUD 67
Preserve The Woodlands is committed to keeping voters informed. Together we can ensure The Woodlands remains the best place in Texas to live, work, raise a family, and build a business.
*Some responses did not include a candidate name for attribution and those entries are not included.