BUTNER, North Carolina (WTVD) —
John Mayo has nearly had it.
“If they do not get the message, I am ready to hold this so far as I’ve to with a category-motion lawsuit to get their consideration, if that is what it takes,” he vowed.
Mayo has been preventing for higher water in southern Granville County for years. He thinks Tuesday night time – for the report: November 14, 2017 – would be the time for a turnaround. Mayo goes to make a brand new pitch at tonight’s month-to-month water authority assembly that he thinks has an opportunity.
“I’ll have them think about the potential of supplying particular person reverse-osmosis filter techniques for each buyer they’ve,” he stated.
The assembly started at Butner City Corridor at 6 p.m.
Mayo stated he is aware of it is a huge ask however he stated he believes the group in cost, the Southern Granville Water and Sewer Authority (everybody calls it SGWASA), is able to pay attention in a brand new approach.
For starters, the election. Mayo stated water-high quality points have been prime of thoughts for voters in southern Granville County and new members have been elected to the SGWASA board who campaigned on higher water.
Mayo stated he additionally has new details about state grant packages that, underneath sure circumstances, might make particular person water filtration an reasonably priced choice.
It is simply one of many proposals Mayo stated he will present the SGWASA board.
“I’ll recommend this night that they contemplate entire-home filtration system,” he stated, “I feel the price issue could also be prohibitive until they will get the funding from the state.
“If they are not eligible,” Mayo thought-about, “then perhaps we provide you with a plan to permit SGWASA to be the buying agent so all the purchasers might benefit from a quantity buy, after which, have the purchasers pay again SGWASA on a month-to-month foundation.”
ABC11 tried to contact SGWASA officers about that, and different of Mayo’s ideas; the concepts he stated he would advance within the assembly. Nobody returned our calls.
SGWASA offers water to just about 20,000 individuals in southern Granville County (assume Butner, Creedmoor and Stem).
For years, ABC11 and the I-Workforce have reported on issues with water in that space.
Final yr, Angelica Alvarez filed a report on super quantities of manganese that was build up within the pipes and displaying up in taps and drains everywhere in the city of Creedmoor.
A couple of months earlier than that, lead I-Workforce reporter Steve Daniels reported on the unusually excessive variety of most cancers instances plaguing the identical space.
Mayo was featured in that story and noticed a transparent…