Upper brushy creek WCID - three open positions

Gregor Forbes (Incumbent)


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Provide quality management through engineering best practices and financial responsibility

  • Maintain structures (earthen dams) that meet federal and state requirements

  • Zero loss of life and property


512-663-6484
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Mike Freeman


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Ensure that the district is taking the necessary actions to keep the residents of the district safe

  • Make sure the district continues its work in updating and modifying the existing dams up to current standards

  • Make sure this work is done in a fiscally responsible manner


512-694-9769
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Robert Jackson (Incumbent)


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Complete modernization of high hazard dams

  • Protect the public and sustain economic development

  • Create a new 10-year vision and strategic plan


512-750-4958
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Lowell Moore


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Stop the flooding in the Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District

  • Implement solutions for water-inundation problems

  • Make sure that taxes are fair and funds are appropriately spent


512-921-2100
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Miguel Villarreal (Incumbent)


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Complete the dam modernization projects such as Dam 7 and Dam 8

  • Make sure the projects for the construction of new dams such as Dam 101 and Dam 102 become a reality

  • Make sure your hard-earned tax dollars are used wisely in both capital projects and in operations and maintenance


512-284-7685
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Jeremiah D. Williams


TOP PRIORITIES




  • Improving the safety and beauty of Brushy Creek

  • Improving the awareness of the Upper Brushy Creek WCID

  • Cut taxes


512-258-9111
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