Water lock-off in Smokey Vale, other sections of St Andrew

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Water lock-off in Smokey Vale, other sections of St Andrew

Friday, January 24, 2020

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ST ANDREW, Jamaica —The National Water Commission (NWC) says that mechanical problems have forced the shutdown of operations at theHeavenmeadefacility inSt Andrew. This has resulted in a disruption in regular water supply to communities served by the facility.

The agency says it is working to restore normal operations by late evening today, Friday, January 24.

Affectedareas include:Kinswood, Ursa Major, Belgrade Heights, West Meade, Sherboure Heights, Hydra Drive Relift, and Smokey Vale.


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