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Fire Hydrant Flushing In Brunswick Forest

 
Hydrant Testing in Brunswick Forest
 

Leland Fire Department will begin testing and inspecting the Town’s fire hydrants on Monday December 4, 2016. The testing is expected to be ongoing throughout the month of December. 

Residents may notice discolored tap water as Fire Department personnel flush the Town’s
fire hydrants. This annual testing is essential to maintain the Fire Department Class 6 fire
rating and to ensure that hydrants are operati...





Water Restrictions Ended


Bolivia, NC – All water restrictions have been lifted for Brunswick County Public Utilities customers, as repairs to a water main that broke in October are complete.
 
Customers of Brunswick County Public Utilities and of utility providers who purchase wholesale water from Brunswick County Public Utilities had been under water restrictions since Oct. 13, when a leak was discovered in a raw water main owned by the Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority carrying water from the Ki...




Public Hearing - Dec. 15


NOTICE TO PUBLIC
TOWN OF LELAND, NC
 
The public will take notice that the Leland Town Council has called a public hearing at 6:00 p.m. or shortly thereafter on Thursday, December 15, 2016 at Leland Town Hall, 102 Town Hall Drive, Leland, NC to consider the following:
 
Chapter 30, Article I, Section 30-4 & Article V, Division 2, Section 30-181
Text Amendment for Assisted Living Residences
 
Final Leland Pedestrian Plan
Proposed Resolution to Adopt the Final Leland ...




Debris site & holiday closing

 

The limb debris site on Old Lanvale will be closed Saturday to observe the Thanksgiving Holiday. It is open Wednesday, November 23, from 8 a.m. until noon for Leland City Limits residents.

Town Hall offices will be closed Thursday and Friday this week for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
 






Water Changing back to Chloramines


Yearly water flushing to end December 8. Water disinfecting agent will change from chlorine to chloramines.

To see the report, CLICK HERE./Images/TownOfLeland/Chloramines_done_in_Dec_.pdf




FEMA help in Brunswick County

 

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center is open in Brunswick County to assist individuals with registration for assistance.

FEMA has set up a mobile disaster recovery center located at the Brunswick County Emergency Services Center at 3325 Old Ocean Highway, Bolivia NC 28422. The center will assist residents with registrations for assistance from Hurricane Matthew as well as Small Business Administration and FEMA Mitigation issues for individuals.

The center is currently schedul...