CFPUA chairman's morning GenX update (6/27/17) - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

CFPUA chairman's morning GenX update (6/27/17)

CFPUA chairman's morning GenX update (6/27/17) (Source: Pixabay) CFPUA chairman's morning GenX update (6/27/17) (Source: Pixabay)

News release from CFPUA:

1. The CFPUA Board of Directors held a special meeting yesterday to discuss action items for CFPUA process enhancements following CFPUA’s involvement in the NCSU study.

A full list of these recommendations can be found here in yesterday’s afternoon update. 

CFPUA began to implement the recommendations this morning. The following two enhancements are already underway:

  • CFPUA staff worked with IT to develop a page on the CFPUA web site titled “The Quality of Your Drinking Water.” This webpage will include the following:

- A link to any detects of an unregulated contaminant, regardless of whether it is included on the EPA’s UCMR (Unregulated Contaminate Monitoring Rule) list.  Advertise new data so customers are aware.

 - A link to a rolling 12-month list of water quality test results for compliance.

- Information about disinfection byproducts, UCMR, source water, FAQs, treatment processes, etc.

- Links to EPA, CDC and other sources of health information.

  • Executive Director Jim Flechtner is beginning to gather a group of health officials and water quality experts that will meet quarterly to review water testing results.

A copy of the CFPUA process review, the presentation from Thursday’s Board meeting, and a full timeline of actions taken by CFPUA are available here. The Board continues its commitment to transparency through this process.

CFPUA encourages the public to check our website and social media channels for updates as this continues to unfold. We are committed to transparency, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with you through the duration of this process.

  • Trending StoriesTrending StoriesMore>>

  • Mother charged with killing teenage daughter

    Mother charged with killing teenage daughter

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 6:50 AM EDT2017-08-23 10:50:33 GMT
    Wednesday, August 23 2017 6:50 AM EDT2017-08-23 10:50:33 GMT

    Burned remains found on the mother’s farm were identified as those of her 16-year-old daughter, who she gave up for adoption when she was a baby.

    More >>

    Burned remains found on the mother’s farm were identified as those of her 16-year-old daughter, who she gave up for adoption when she was a baby.

    More >>
  • Solicitor: Suspect in deadly Conway bank robbery to face two counts of murder, other charges

    Solicitor: Suspect in deadly Conway bank robbery to face two counts of murder, other charges

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 6:21 PM EDT2017-08-23 22:21:40 GMT
    Front: Brandon Council (Source: Conway Police), Background: The scene in Greenville, NC where Council was apprehended. (Source: WITN reporter Lynnette Taylor's Facebook Live)Front: Brandon Council (Source: Conway Police), Background: The scene in Greenville, NC where Council was apprehended. (Source: WITN reporter Lynnette Taylor's Facebook Live)

    The person of interest in the double-murder and bank robbery in Conway on Monday is in custody. Brandon MIchael Council was arrested in Greenville, North Carolina Wednesday, along with two other people, authorities there confirmed.  Brandon Michael Council was wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of two CresCom bank employees during a bank robbery at the CresCom Bank in Conway on Monday afternoon.

    More >>

    The person of interest in the double-murder and bank robbery in Conway on Monday is in custody. Brandon MIchael Council was arrested in Greenville, North Carolina Wednesday, along with two other people, authorities there confirmed.  Brandon Michael Council was wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of two CresCom bank employees during a bank robbery at the CresCom Bank in Conway on Monday afternoon.

    More >>
  • Police: Mass shooting at gender reveal party was 'in no way random'

    Police: Mass shooting at gender reveal party was 'in no way random'

    Tuesday, August 22 2017 1:10 PM EDT2017-08-22 17:10:56 GMT
    (Cheyanne Willis/Facebook)(Cheyanne Willis/Facebook)

    The Colerain Township woman who said she lost her unborn child during a mass shooting that left 8 injured and one dead was not pregnant, police announced Monday. 

    More >>

    The Colerain Township woman who said she lost her unborn child during a mass shooting that left 8 injured and one dead was not pregnant, police announced Monday. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly