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Water service restored on Dillingham Boulevard

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 05:38 a.m. HST, Jan 29, 2012

Board of Water Supply crews have finished repairs on a 12-inch water main break on Dillingham Boulevard between Kokea and Alakawa streets near Honolulu Community College.

Service was restored at about 2:50 a.m. Crews were expected to finish repairing the roadway by 10 a.m.

Traffic was being contraflowed on Dillingham  Boulevard as crews finish work on the mauka, Ewa-bound lanes of the road.

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mcc wrote:
This is happening a couple times a week and closing roads down. We need to pay off the contractors that the City signed contracts asap and pass legilation so the rail money can be used to re-plumb the City. Cayetano for Mayor!
on January 28,2012 | 11:45AM
808comp wrote:
Another one? Wasn't there one on the windward side few days ago. I feel sorry for you that live on Oahu. Maybe instead of a rail system the priority should be on your sewer and water systems.
on January 28,2012 | 11:58AM
jaluasa wrote:
Every year that passes it will only get worse.
on January 28,2012 | 12:29PM
BarbChapin wrote:
Is there a water main break every day? Doesn't anyone care or do anything about the lines until they break? It seems to me all the breaks I see on TV are at or near intersections.
on January 28,2012 | 01:10PM
entrkn wrote:
They keep on blowing their horns about how precious the water... and the water mains keep on breaking.
on January 28,2012 | 02:36PM
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