WECT Report, December 17, 2018: ‘Gaze on the faces of those you are hurting’: H2GO commissioners given packets with photos of schoolchildren

Port City Daily, April 23, 2019: In rare ruling, court finds Belville and H2GO commissioners acted in bad faith

Port City Daily, August 14,2019: Northern Brunswick governments discuss apparent ‘potential agreement,’ County ‘disappointed' about some aspects

Port City Daily, August 17,2019: Why is Leland looking to give its utilities — a $66 million value — to H2GO?

Coastal Review Online, September 19, 2019: Forever Chemicals

Port City Daily, Sept 24, 2019: Here’s how water changes hands, up to three times,
between the Cape Fear and the faucet

Leland Press Release, September 25, 2019: Leland Undertakes Due Diligence to Prevent Disenfranchising Residents

WECT Report, September 26, 2019:  Leland circulates annexation petition for residents outside H2Go service boundary

Port City Daily, September 30, 2019: Financial report: H2GO plant could contribute to rate increase for county’s remaining customers

Port City Daily, October 3, 2019: Pender’s water rate is considerably higher than other
regional suppliers, here’s why

Port City Daily, October 6, 2019: John Bradley running for a spot on H2GO’s Board of Commissioners

Port City Daily, October 6, 2019: Jeff Gerken running for second term on H2GO’s board

Port City Daily, October 6, 2019: Steve Hosmer running for a spot on H2GO’s Board of Commissioners

Port City Daily, October 6, 2019: Barry Laub running for a spot on H2GO’s Board of Commissioners

WECT, October 15, 2019: Belville declines proposal aimed to settle H2GO dispute

WECT, October 15, 2019: Belville declines proposal aimed to settle H2GO dispute

Port City Daily, October 16, 2019: Still no H2GO vote on proposed settlement, Belville says it won’t sign latest version

Port City Daily, Oct 22, 2019: Heated H2GO: You’ve heard the rumors, here are the facts

Local Voice, Oct 28, 2019: Statement from Belville Mayor Mike Allen Regarding Misinformation from Gerken/Bradley Campaign

Port City Daily, Oct 29, 2019: Questions about H2GO Chairman’s use of the utility’s fliers to counter political opponent’s claims

Port City Daily, Oct 30, 2019: With no end in sight to utility dispute, apparently northern Brunswick’s interlocal agreement is now ‘dead’

Port City Daily, Oct 31, 2019: Did Belville violate state law by endorsing some H2GO candidates, accusing others of lying?