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Pender County Utilities pushing for water transfer between basins

It's been years since Pender County Utilities started plans to bring more water to the area in an effective way. They are now trying to make it a reality.

State hosting Jan. 18 public hearing in Burgaw on proposed water transfer request

The commission will consider all public comments received in making its final determination on whether to issue a certificate for the water transfer.

Maintenance on Hampstead water storage tank could cause discoloration

If you live in Hampstead and Scotts Hill, you may notice low water pressure or even discolored water.
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Pender County boil water notice rescinded

Pender County Utilities has rescinded the low pressure and boil water advisory which was issued Sept. 20 for customers in the central and western areas of Pender County.

Parts of Pender County under boil water notice

Pender County Utilities Water customers in the central and western areas of Pender County are experiencing periods of low pressure or outages due to a water main break along east Montague Road.
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GenX sampling by state regulators begins in Cape Fear River

The NC Department of Environmental Quality said late this afternoon its staff will begin sampling the water in the Cape Fear River today for GenX, which has many people worried about the safety of the area's drinking water.
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Area leaders meet with GenX maker Chemours; protestors rally outside

A meeting is underway between local leaders and the maker of the chemical compound that has many in southeastern North Carolina worried about the safety of our drinking water.

Pender County responds to reports of GenX in water

The Pender County Board of Commissioners  is working with the EPA, state, and local officials to monitor the possible impacts of GenX found in the Cape Fear River.

GenX maker to meet with local, state leaders this week

The company that makes the chemical that has been found in Wilmington's drinking water supply will meet with local leaders and state regulators later this wee

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