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A judge's ruling has ended a nearly three year long battle over a water utility and planned reverse osmosis plant in northern Brunswick County.
H2GO customers in Brunswick County are one step closer to having clean water. The utility has reached an agreement with the Town of Belville, ending years of litigation that prevented a reverse osmosis plant from being built.
The Town of Leland has declined H2GO's proposed settlement that would have ended an ongoing lawsuit between Leland, Belville, and H2GO.
Belville town leaders are speaking out about concerns over clean water. A study last week revealed an area in Brunswick County ranked the worst in the country for levels of water contamination.
It's been almost a week since election day, and new H2Go commissioners are ready to jump into action.
With about 87.5% of the precincts reported in Brunswick County, the Steve Hosmer and Barry Laub have unofficially won the race for the H2GO Board of Commissioners.
A possible agreement that would settle litigation surrounding water and sewer assets in northern Brunswick County includes turning the Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2Go Sanitary District into its own entity.
The agreement is a part of the 2.5 million gallons per day expansion of the Northeast Wastewater Plant. It sets aside for the county provide additional capacity for three participants; the Town of Leland, H2GO, and the Town of Navassa.
Representatives from the Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer (H2GO), the County of Brunswick, and Towns of Belville, Leland, and Navassa came together to discuss water and sewer concerns.