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Waste Connections Update 3/26/2020

All operations are running normal today and have not experienced any absences associated with the Covid-19 virus. They are seeing record level residential volume as they were expecting and prepared to handle. As a reminder, as previously communicated,  bulk pickup is suspended during this time and all trash must be in the cart. Trash on the ground beside the cart WILL NOT be picked up. [...]

Waste Connections Update 3/26/20202020-03-26T15:56:59-05:00

Waste Connections Update 3/20/2020

Waste Connections reached out to us today to let us know that they remain fully operational with minimal impact on their personnel and their ability to report to work thus far. However, Management feels it is necessary to preempt an impact on the health of their personnel by implementing the following changes effective March 23, 2020: Bulk pickup is being suspended until further notice. Contents [...]

Waste Connections Update 3/20/20202020-03-20T20:09:29-05:00

Why does City of McKinney Fire Station 10 not have an Outdoor Warning Siren?

McKinney Municipal Utility District No. 1 (“MUD 1”) was created to provide water, sewer and drainage facilities and roads within its boundaries. For more information on the MUD 1, please reference the 4-part article on our website at: https://www.mckinneymud1.com/general/what-is-a-mud/. Pursuant to the terms of the Trinity Falls Holdings, LP (the “Developer”) Development Agreement between the Developer and the City of McKinney, the Developer is required [...]

Why does City of McKinney Fire Station 10 not have an Outdoor Warning Siren?2020-02-13T09:54:42-06:00

Resolution Concerning Tax Exemptions for 2020

At the January 7, 2020 meeting the Board of Directors for McKinney MUD 1 voted to adopt a $5,000 disabled or over-65 tax exemption. Per the resolution, for the 2020 tax year, the District will exempt from ad valorem taxation by the District $5,000 of the appraised value of residence homesteads of individuals who are disabled or are sixty-five years (65) of age or older. [...]

Resolution Concerning Tax Exemptions for 20202020-01-26T14:20:00-06:00