Sections of St Mary without water


Sections of St Mary without water

Friday, July 12, 2019

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The National Water Commission is advising customers in some sections of St Mary that the disruption they are currently experiencing in their water supply is as a result of mechanical challenges affecting operations at the King Spring Pumping Station.

The company estimate that these works will be completed by Sunday, July 14.

Affected areas are: Wood Farm, sections of Derry, Farm Pen and Pembroke Hall.

“The NWC regrets any inconvenience caused and is assuring its valued customers that every effort will be made to restore regular service on or before the time specified,” the commission said.

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