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Water main break closes 9th Avenue in Palolo

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:15 a.m. HST, Jan 31, 2014

A water main break closed 9th Avenue in Palolo between Paalea Street and Kalua Road.

The break in an 8-inch main was reported at 3:10 a.m. Thursday and about 65 homes are without water. A water wagon was being sent to the area.

Repairs are expected to continue through the day.

Motorists are advised to use alternate travel routes in and out of Palolo Valley.

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mcc wrote:
Our infrastructure crumbles and our politicians manage to spend the money some where else. Fix our infrastructure. Water mains crumbling and they get patched, not replaced. Sewer lines crumbling dumping raw sewerage into our ocean. Our schools are falling apart. Are they fixing it? No, politicians only look to tax us more and find new programs to get them votes.
on January 30,2014 | 06:37AM
MC96816 wrote:
True dat, brah.
on January 30,2014 | 08:06AM
serious wrote:
Hey, we're just about 100% Democrats--that's what they do best--bigger government is better--they never ran a business!! Did you note on the State of the Union Address that Barry is going to start a new retirement program run by the US government? Same as Roth, except it will give more people jobs--government Union workers!! They vote straight D.
on January 30,2014 | 09:56AM
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