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Why do I see so many Cape Fear Public Utility Authority vehicles in Brunswick County?

Ken Little

There is a raw water line that is part of CFPUA’s drinking water system that transports water from Bladen County, through Brunswick County, to the Sweeney Water Plant in New Hanover County, utility spokeswoman Jacqueline Valade said.

CFPUA utility crews service and maintain the raw water line. Therefore, people are likely to see CFPUA vehicles and workers in Brunswick County,” she said.

CFPUA provides water service to a section of New Hanover County along U.S. 421 located on the Brunswick County side of the Cape Fear River, Valade added.

“Some CFPUA employees do drive vehicles home when they are scheduled to be on call in order to expedite response times. Many of these employees live in areas outside of Wilmington/New Hanover County,” Valade said.

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