49 candidates file for 9 municipal utility district elections set for May 7 in The Woodlands

A nonpartisan election will be held May 7. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
A nonpartisan election will be held May 7. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

A nonpartisan election will be held May 7. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Nine of the 10 municipal utility districts that make up The Woodlands Water Agency will see contested elections in the May 7 election, according to the agency. The elections are nonpartisan. The Woodlands Water Agency is the central management agency for the 10 MUDs, and it provides water distribution, wastewater collection, storm drainage management and tax collection services in The Woodlands.

Montgomery County MUD 1 (two seats available)


Robert Leilich*

Walter Lisiewski*

Steve Lawrence


Montgomery County MUD 6 (two seats available)

Gerard Gaynor*

Brooke Hamilton*

Aaron Hoffstadter

Tracy Winters

Montgomery County MUD 7 (three seats available)

Kyle Mays*

Paul Nelson*

Jennifer Robinson

Mark Meinrath

Rhenalea Beck

Nelson Reyes

John Munich

Bradley Houk

Cristal Shie

Montgomery County MUD 36 (two seats available)

John Yoars*

Marnie Polk*

Vincent Frederick

Michael Meece

Sharon DeMarsais

Montgomery County MUD 39 (two seats available)

Eric Bergland*

Kevin Pollock*

Julie Davis

Brent Kitchens

Sean Apostalo

Montgomery County MUD 46 (three seats available)

Marjorie Podzielinski*

Thomas Schwartzkopf

David Lamar Smith

William Bush

Fred Lederman

Montgomery County MUD 47 (two seats available)

Jennifer Ronk*

Anthony Cardiel*

Diane Nielsen

Daniel Lewis

Hugh Connett

Montgomery County MUD 60 (three seats available)

William Stromatt*

Robert Lux*

Richard Carranza

Dale Walker

Donna McAleer

Brent Dorsey

Amanda “Bee” Beasley

Montgomery County MUD 67 (three seats available)

Paul Martin*

Roland Johnson*

Alan Fritsche*

Reid Davidson

Ann Perry

Stephen Caughron

Election day is May 7. Early voting will begin April 25 and end May 3.

For more information on the elections visit www.woodlandswater.org.
By Vanessa Holt
A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of that paper in March 2017 and editor of The Woodlands edition in January 2019.