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MUD  News

     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 February 19, 2018 with Pamela Brandenburg, President Charles LaConti, Vice President Ginger Furlong, Director Kathy Cones, Secretary in attendance. Barbara Lynch, Director, was absent. Also present were Kristen Scott, Greg Dubiel, Jeff Vogler, Ryan Vogler, Adam Kupstas, Lynnette Tujague, Brian Dubiel, Brian Kruger, Dennis Allen, and G. Taylor Goodall, Jr.
     The meeting was called to order and the Board considered the Consent Agenda. After brief discussion, the Board approved the Consent Agenda with Director Cones abstaining from the motion.
The Board considered public comments. Christi Leighton, representing Best Trash, gave a brief quarterly update. The Board also considered developer reports from Brandon Boozer and Bruce Schulver of MI Homes and Greg Coleman of Beazer Homes regarding their proposed development. Brandon Boozer presented the Preliminary Land Plan. He noted that the District can expect the first lot to be completed this December. Mr. Goodall then provided a reimbursement agreement and, after brief discussion, upon motion duly made and seconded, the Board approved the agreement as presented. Adam Kupstas then approached the Board and reported that DR Horton received plan approval and will be moving forward with construction on the next phase of Jasmine Heights.
     Jeff Vogler presented an engineer’s report which the Board approved.  The Board considered ratification of the annual audit of the District’s books and records for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018. After discussion, the Board ratified the audit approval and authorized its distribution to the appropriate entities.  The Board then considered the annual review of the District’s Investment Policy. After a review and discussion, the Board approved the attached Resolution Affirming Review of Investment Policy, Strategies and Objectives.
   The attorney noted that the District was required to review the FTC identity theft red flag program on an annual basis. The attorney confirmed that there were no changes necessary to the program, and the operator noted that there were no responses to any red flag incidents in the past year. The operator recommended that no changes be made to the program. Accordingly,the Board approved and adopted the attached Resolution Affirming IdentityTheft Prevention Program and also approved an Order Levying Additional Penalty for Delinquent Taxes. The order levies a 20% penalty on 2017 delinquent taxes for business personal property on April 1, 2018 and for real property on July 1, 2018.  
    The Board then discussed matters related to the West Harris County Regional Water Authority. Director LaConti noted that he wants the District to be proactive about the quality of water once it has been converted to surface water.  The Board also agreed to hold a special meeting on March 5, 2018 to discuss the operator’s contract.  Director LaConti requested that Mr. Jeff Vogler to look into the possibility of installing additional street lights along W. Little York.

The Harris County Municipal Utility District (MUD) Board #105 is an independent governmental agency that is separate from the Settlers Village Homeowners Association (SVHOA).