Leland News Blog
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Water main bypass operational; Brunswick County goes to voluntary Level 1 Water Emergency
Bolivia, NC – The bypass around the break in the water main that carries water from the Kings Bluff Pump Station to several water treatment plants, including Brunswick County’s Northwest Water Treatment Plant, is operational.
The bypass will ensure that a greater volume of water is transported to water treatment plan...
Progress continues on water main bypass repairs
Bolivia, NC – As work continues to construct a bypass around the break in a water main providing water for Brunswick County, it remains critical that citizens continue to conserve water.
Crews worked all weekend on the bypass, which will allow water to keep flowing to the Northwest Water Treatment Plant while crews repair the water main. It will also reduce floodi...
Early voting is taking place at Town Hall with a huge turnout.
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Bolivia, NC – Brunswick County is under a State of Emergency and water conservation measures are imperative for all public water users after attempts at a temporary fix to a broken water main did not work.
Crews worked until 1 a.m. this morning, but the attempted band sleeve, which would have been a temporary repair to the broken water main, was not successful. The County’s water situation is no better than before.
The site of the break is still flooded, and two o...
Thank you to all Brunswick County water customers who have complied with mandatory restrictions and taken steps to decrease water consumption. Unfortunately, repairs to the water main are taking longer than initially expected, and are likely to continue into the week of October 24.
Irrigation of all types and home car washing using public water continue to be prohibited. These restrictions are being enforced and it is critical that all users comply immediately. For more information, visit ...