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Emergency work along Constant Spring Road to affect water supply — NWC

Sunday, June 23, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The National Water Commission (NWC) is advising that operations at the Constant Spring Treatment Plant will be suspended from 2:00 pm today, Sunday, June 23, in order to facilitate replacement of several customer connections being affected by the ongoing road work along Constant Spring Road in St Andrew.

As a result, a number of communities served by the water supply facility are likely to experience low water or no water conditions until regular operations are restored at the plant. It is estimated that these pipeline activities will be completed by midnight, tonight, the NWC said in a statement.

Areas to be affected: Constant Spring, Norbrook, Cherry Gardens, Liguanea, Lady Musgrave Road, Manor Park, Shortwood, Eastwood Park Gardens, Molynes Road, Waltham Park Road, Olympic Way, Bay Farm Road, Hagley Park Road, Washington Boulevard, Dunrobin Avenue, Calabar Mews, Ziadie Gardens, State Gardens, Mannings Hill Road, Constant Spring Road and Gardens, Half Way Tree, Camperdown Terrace, Spanish Town Road and Havendale, Valentine Gardens, Meadowbrook, Queensboro and Roehampton.

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