4 candidates file for 3 seats on the Upper Brushy Creek WCID board for the May 2020 election

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As of 5 p.m. on Feb. 14, the close of the filing deadline, two of three seats up for Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District board of directors are uncontested. Incumbents Jeremiah D. Williams and Mike Freeman will run without a challenger for Place 4 and Place 5, respectively.

Meanwhile, two candidates will vie for the Place 3 seat. Miguel Villarreal is not seeking re-election for Place 3, and Greg Brill and Cary Cheshire have filed to run for Villarreal's seat.


Place 3

  • Greg Brill

  • Cary Cheshire


Place 4


  • Jeremiah D. Williams


Place 5


  • Mike Freeman


Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District is composed of five directors. Directors are elected at large to serve staggered, four-year terms.

Election Day is May 2. Early voting will take place April 20-28.
By Taylor Jackson Buchanan
Taylor Buchanan joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 after completing a master of journalism degree from the University of Texas. She worked as the senior reporter for Community Impact's Southwest Austin edition and is now the editor for the company's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition.


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