FBCMUD 24 – Community Shred Day Recap

Posted: November 01, 2021  |  2 min read

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Waste removal/control is one of the main responsibilities of a Municipal Utility District, commonly referred to as a MUD. In keeping with that mandate, on September 18, 2021, Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 24 (FBCMUD 24) held its first ever Community Shred Day. The event had a strong turnout despite some last-minute logistical issues.

The District was able to hold the event in the Winfield Lakes Clubhouse parking lot. The process was easy, simple, safe and confidential. Due to COVID restrictions and social distancing protocols, drivers were asked to stay in their vehicles as the shred staff unloaded the items to be shredded. Once the residents items were inside the shred bin residents could watch their items be shred before exiting the parking lot.

The Board of Directors for FBCMUD 24 would like to thank VeriTrust (the shredding company), Christie Leighton of Best Trash, Calvin Bronwe of Municipal District Services (MDS), Michelle Johnson and Michael Willett of Touchstone District Services, and Adisa Harrington and Merry Heyne from ABHR for all their diligence and efforts to make this event possible. The Board would like to give a special thank you to the Winfield Lakes Homeowners Association and the Winfield Lakes Community Association for their cooperation and support for this event.

As always, it was great to meet the awesome residents in FBCMUD 24 and Winfield Lakes. If any resident(s) unfortunately missed this shred event, do not worry; we will be having another in the spring of 2022. Please be on the lookout for this and future events, new resident information and updates about the District on our website as we continue to make FBCMUD 24 and Winfield Lakes a stronger community.