Wrightville Beach Alderman Council met Thursday night to discuss a new water supply deal with Cape Fear’s utility.
WRIGHTLE BEACH, NC (WWAY) – The Wrightsville Beach Aldermen Council met Thursday night to discuss a new water supply deal with Cape Fear utilities.
Back in 2019, the CFPUA gave Wrightsville Beach special water tariff to provide additional water source after one of her wells tested positive for gen-x and other contaminants.
The contract expired this year, and the city has asked the CFPUA to continue the preferential rate, but earlier this week the CFPUA board voted to sell Wrightsville Beach water at the usual rate $ 3.48 per 1,000 gallons for five years.
Wrightsville Beach Daryl Mills said during the meeting that they appreciate the relationship they have with the CFPUA and want to continue to be good neighbors with them.
“We’re getting massive figures, it’s not as good as ours, but we’ve had such a good figure for three years. Now we are here. We have no water. We cannot maintain the water needs in Wrightsville Beach through our wells. It’s that simple, ”Mills said.
The council unanimously voted in favor of approving the new agreement with the CFPUA.
Wrightville Beach approves new water deal with CFPUA
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