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Leeward residents asked to conserve water after 24-inch main break

By Star-Advertiser staff

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The Board of Water Supply is asking Leeward Coast residents from Honokai Hale to Hakimo Road to conserve water as crews repair a broken 24-inch water main.

Hakimo Road is closed between Waiolu Place and Farrington Highway as crews work to fix the main and repair the roadway.

The repairs could last until Sunday.

Motorists that need to travel on Hakino Road can enter and exit via Waiolu Place.

Residents are asked to use water sparingly to allow the system to refill reservoirs. Water should be used for cooking, drinking and personal hygiene only. Residents are asked to skip doing laundry, washing lawns or washing cars until the system is restored.







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DABLACK wrote:
No more money for anything! All going to the train huh !
on December 16,2012 | 06:57AM
1local wrote:
what is the BOW doing with the huge increase in water billing? just as many breaks in service?
on December 16,2012 | 07:20AM
allie wrote:
Ben was right: fix your bad sewer and water systems before building an outdated, overpriced rail
on December 16,2012 | 07:11AM
soundofreason wrote:
"Leeward residents asked to conserve water after 24-inch main break">>> Headline SHOULD read......"Leeward residents ask city to stop paying for shopping mall rail and instead fix LONG standing infrastructure problems first so we don't have to conserve water due to city's continual neglect."
on December 16,2012 | 07:34AM
alohacharlie wrote:
Ah, our water main break of the day!
on December 16,2012 | 12:24PM
Wazdat wrote:
at least they can have that rail to go shopping :)
on December 16,2012 | 01:35PM
allie wrote:
Ben was right: Fix your bad water and sewer systems before building a useless, outdated rail
on December 17,2012 | 05:30AM
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