The Board of Directors of Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 105 (“District”) met at 1825 North Mason Road, Katy, Harris County, Texas 77449 on June 19, 2017. In attendance were Pamela Brandenburg - President, Charles LaConti, Vice President, Kathy Cones, Secretary and Stanley Craig-Director. Also present were Kristen Scott, Jeff Vogler, Adam Kupstas, Lynnette Tujague, Brian Krueger, Christi Leighton, Lonnie Wright, Greg Dubiel and Paul S. Radich.
The Board considered the consent agenda and removed the operator's report to the Regular Agenda for further discussion. The Board unanimously approved the Consent Agenda as presented.
Jeff Vogler presented the engineer's report. The engineer continues to address TCEQ comments regarding the elevated storage tank waiver and the pre-purchase inspection for Bond Application #10 was completed. Design is underway for Water Plant #3 and Mr. Vogler gave an update regarding the status of possible receipt of a West Harris County Regional Authority Water line. The Board also approved a payment of $196,403 towards the wastewater treatment plant expansion project and another $138,235.50 for the sanitary sewer rehabilitation project in Settlers Village, Sections 1 and 2. Payment of $1,743,043.54 was approved towards payment of utilities in Jasmine Heights Section 8 which is now substantially complete. The engineers continue to work with operators regarding the Water Well N. 3 disinfection/arsenic removal media and the storm water general permit.
The Board agreed to an amended rate order and to John Howell's presentation of the results for the Series 2017 bond issue The low bidder was Samco Capital Markets at an interest rate of 3.551089%. The district's attorney then walked Board members through the documents necessary to complete the transaction.
The Board considered and approved an updated developer report from Adam Kupstas on the progress of the Jamine Heights Development.
The Board tabled, for now, consideration of the Amendment to the Operator's contract, consideration of the request for water supply with NW Harris County MUD# 6 and the electricity contract until next month.
The Harris County Municipal Utility District (MUD) Board #105 is an independent governmental agency that is separate from the Settlers Village Homeowners Association (SVHOA).