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Montgomery County Municipal Utility District 89 FAQ
Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. It has limited governmental functions, including those related to the provision of water, wastewater, drainage services, and solid waste collection. The MUD is not within the city limits of any city, but it is in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of Houston. The MUD includes the entirety of the Legends Ranch development. The day to day operations of the MUD, including services and billing, are provided by its contractor, Municipal Operating Consultants, Inc. ("MOC"). The City consented to the creation of the MUD, and has not been involved in the governance of the MUD. The TCEQ continues to exercise oversight regarding the MUD's water and wastewater services, and MUD facilities must be designed to City standards. The MUD is governed by a five-member Board of Directors that serves staggered four-year terms.
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