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Water main break in Alewa Heights repaired

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:09 a.m. HST, Aug 20, 2012



Hala Drive is open again and water service is back for about 27 customers in Alewa Heights after Board of Water Supply crews repaired a six-in main break Sunday.

The main break was reported at about 2 a.m. Crews restored service at about 10 a.m. and finished repairs on the road by noon.

Hala Drive was closed between Laki Road and Lolena Street while the crews dug up the road and fixed the pipe.






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1local wrote:
increase the rates and the breaks will come...
on August 19,2012 | 06:34AM
soundofreason wrote:
TWO main breaks this week. But hey, let's build a rail since we can't afford to take care of priorities.
on August 19,2012 | 08:29AM
rfosfcpa wrote:
I am a subscriber to the Star-Advertiser, why can't I comment on the article regarding the water main break in Alewa Heights?
on August 19,2012 | 01:57PM
rfosfcpa wrote:
My real comments were a blast of our Public Utilities Commission. If they had represented the interests of the public properly, we would not be experiencing as much of these water main breaks as we are. Too much is spent paying undeserved returns to stockholders, or high compensation to employees who are not doing their jobs properly. Is maintenance work done on a schedule, or do we always wait until an outbreak happens?
on August 19,2012 | 02:09PM
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