H2Go, which provides water to northern Brunswick County, is reminding state lawmakers they cannot dissolve the utility, even as a petition by area residents tries to do just that.
In Brunswick County folks want to take their water back. Thursday, they held a town hall style meeting to discuss just that and sort out the facts from the fiction.
H2Go is in the process of expanding the company by building a water plant in the northern portion of Brunswick county, but the location of the development has created some controversy.
Leland residents and town leaders met Saturday morning to discuss a proposed water plant that has some folks in Magnolia Greens in an uproar.
H2Go bought property in Leland last year to build the plant to treat ground water but was turned down by the town council. Now, the company thinks it has another spot for it.
Residents of one Leland neighborhood are feeling the pressure, or lack thereof, when it comes to their water. Low water pressure has them steaming, now they want the problem fixed.
The water consumers of Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO, in Brunswick County are experiencing periods of low pressure and outages in the distribution system in the Old Town Subdivision, the areas affective are Albemarle Place, and North Olde Towne Wynd to Windsor Drive.
On the hottest day of the day of the year so far, a water problem is leaving some Leland residents out to dry.