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We will honor all existing service delivery agreements.
District residents, if responsible for utility (MUD) debt after annexation, should not also be responsible for city debt associated with the city’s prior annexations.
Sugar Land is in the urban service delivery business, and the city is good at it. In the long-term, there is no cost effective substitute for city provision of public safety, utility, infrastructure maintenance, and planning services.
The city currently by contract provides fire protection to Municipal Utility Districts in the ETJ. As stated earlier, the city is committed to honoring those agreements. However, subject to discussion and negotiation are: