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Mililani water main break finally repaired; streets open again

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:05 a.m. HST, Nov 23, 2011

Board of Water Supply crews finished repair work on the Mililani intersection of Meheula Parkway and Kuahelani Avenue near the H-2 freeway interchange early this morning, a spokesperson said in an e-mail.

The road reopened to traffic at about 4:30 a.m., just before the morning rush hour. Crews repaired a 16-inch water main overnight that first was reported broken Monday morning and then repaved the road.

The repair work closed three southbound lanes on Meheula and both westbound lanes on Kuahelani.

Board of Water Supply crews also repaired a 12-inch main break at Kuliouou Road and Wakine Place and finished repaving the road overnight. Kuliouou Road reopened at 4:30 a.m. today.

Kalanianaole Highway near Keahole Street also reopened this morning after crews fixed a broken 24-inch water main and repaved the road.

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false wrote:
The operative word is finally.
on November 23,2011 | 04:23AM
toomuchpilikia wrote:
This appears to be the beginning for future breakdowns in Mililani. The system was installed in 1968 with state of the art materials. However, The materials used today far surpass 1968 technology. I was just wandering..did City crews rotate on the job or was this overtime pay? Don't take this the wrong way...If cannot fix in time..cannot fix! Again I refer to the cost of the train. The Cities resources are quite limited with little or no State subsidy. Where do we get the money for future repairs for water, sewer, roads, and parks/bathrooms?
on November 23,2011 | 05:56AM
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