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Who is the new CFPUA public information officer?

Mike McGill of CFPUA.

Here’s the answer, directly from the source:

Mike McGill is the new Chief Communications Officer for the CFPUA. He comes to the Authority, and Wilmington, from the Washington, D.C., area, where he served as the Director of Customer Relations and Communications for Loudoun Water, the Public Affairs Coordinator for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (the eighth largest water and wastewater utility in the U.S.) and the Senior Director for Media Relations and Marketing for America’s Promise, the nonprofit organization founded by Gen. Colin Powell (Ret.).

Prior to his time in public relations, he served as a news producer for CNN, where he concentrated on media and politics, and at WUSA-TV, the CBS affiliate for the Washington area.

McGill’s goal is to help CFPUA develop a stronger dialogue between itself and its customers and he hopes to connect as many CFPUA customers as possible by coming out and speaking to as many groups that will have him, including homeowner’s associations, civic organizations and environmental groups. To speak with Mr. McGill about such opportunities, please contact him at communications@cfpua.org or (910) 332-6704.

On a personal note, he lives in Midtown with his beagle, Sammie, who is extremely happy McGill found a place near Empie Park.


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

When all the CFPUA projects are finished and paid for with rate increases, will we see rates drop back down?


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