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Crews finish Pali Highway water main repair

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:58 a.m. HST, Dec 22, 2012



Board of Water Supply crews finished repairing a 6-inch main break at 1727 Pali Highway that closed the far left mauka bound lane of Pali Highway between South School Street and Kuakini Street. 

Repairs were completed at about 8:45 a.m. and the road was re-opened.

About 28 customers had been without water.  The main was installed in 1937.







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Bdpapa wrote:
Should be okay, its one of the newer water mains (1937). :)
on December 22,2012 | 06:17AM
mcc wrote:
This happens at least once a week and we are wasting more money on the train when we should be fixing our sewers, water mains and potholes. Such a waste of taxpayers money going for a trin that will not alliviate traffic.
on December 22,2012 | 06:50AM
ready2go wrote:
Hope our fixed rail foundations don't have these water breaks. The Water Board better start upgrading these old lines. Like our sewer system needs fixing.
on December 22,2012 | 09:27AM
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