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What are CFPUA’s plans for getting water and sewer to parts of unincorporated New Hanover County?

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“The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority service area includes the City of Wilmington and the unincorporated portions of New Hanover County north of Snows Cut. The Authority updates its 10-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) each year to include project plans for providing water and sewer services to various unincorporated areas of the county. Because the capital program is evaluated and reprioritized each year based on operational and maintenance needs, it is subject to change,” Jacqueline Valade, a spokeswoman for the authority, said via email. “ The Authority’s master planning documents consider time horizons beyond the 10-year CIP planning period, but do not provide a timeline for implementation. The Authority’s FY13 adopted budget, which contains the current 10 year capital plan to extend water and sewer utilities over the next 10 years, and additional information can be found on our website: www.cfpua.org.”

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