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Haiku Road lanes reopened after water main repaired

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:39 a.m. HST, Oct 27, 2012

Board of Water Supply crews completed repairs to an 8-inch water main  on Haiku Road near Kahekili Highway Friday night. Two lanes of Haiku Road were reopened.

Crews restored water service at 3:45 p.m. to six customers affected by the water main break.

The break was reported about 3 a.m, according to the Honolulu Board of Water Supply.

In another incident, crews completed repairs to a  break on the 12-inch water main at South Beretania and Piikoi streets at 11:30 p.m. Thursday night. The break was reported Thursday afternoon.

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mcc wrote:
Again???!!! Le'st fix our infrastructure. Stop the rail, fix our potholes, sewers, water mains, etc. Vote for Ben Cayetano, stop the rail and fix our infrastructure.
on October 26,2012 | 08:42AM
loquaciousone wrote:
It used to be once a week. Then it became once a day, Now it's twice a day. If the city would spend more on basic infrastructures like sewer, water and roads instead of spending all our money on rail, this wouldn't be happening.
on October 26,2012 | 08:49AM
serious wrote:
Agreed. I wonder what each break costs in dollars, not just the inconvience. Don't repair it, fix the system--and while the roads are torn up, do the sewers, then cover the potholes.
on October 27,2012 | 09:00AM
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