Water disruption in St Andrew communities until Friday

Monday, June 17, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica —The National Water Commission (NWC) says that customers served by the Chancery Hall Deepwell, will experience disturbances in water supply from Tuesday, June 18 to Friday, June 21 to facilitate scheduled maintenance work on the pumps at the well.  
Areas to be affected are:  Havendale, Meadowbrook, sections of Molynes and Forest Hill Gardens, and Queesborough.

In addition, customers in Clydesdale, Content Gap, St Peters, Clifton Mount, Pompie Hut, Valda, Quashie Gap, Salt Hill, Penn Hill, sections of Guava Ridge, sections of Top Road, Mavis Bank, Mount Lebanon and Progress, will also have no water fromTuesday to Friday between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm daily.  

This disruption is to facilitate routine maintenance checks at the Clydesdale Treatment Plant, the NWC said.  

Meanwhile NWC said that the low water pressure being experienced by customers in Irish Town and surrounding is due to minimal to no inflows reaching the Griffin Catchment facility.   Affected areas include:  Red Light, Irish Town, Industry Village, Cottage Hill, Wiltshire, Cornfield, Hart Hill, Gayle Mountain, Bermuda Mountain, Jackfruit Tree, Rodney Pen, Cameron Hill, Enfield, and Ellislie Way.




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