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Crews repair Alewa Heights water main; road reopened

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:46 p.m. HST, May 22, 2013


The Board of Water Supply has restored service to the Alewa Heights area after completing repairs on an 8-inch water main.

The break occurred at about midnight at 919 Alewa Dr. Repairs were completed at 10 a.m. to the pipe and the road was fixed and reopened by 1:45 p.m.

The water main break occurred  in front of the Academy of the Pacific, canceling classes and postponing an athletic banquet until Thursday, school officials said. Approximately 33 homes were also without water, board officials said.







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allie wrote:
Ben was right: fix your bad water, sewer and roads before overpaying for an outdated rail
on May 22,2013 | 06:49AM
sailfish1 wrote:
Another water main break. Add this to our sewer line breaks and you wonder what the City did with all the money we paid for in our water and especially sewer bills.
on May 22,2013 | 07:11AM
mcc wrote:
Rail????
on May 22,2013 | 10:25AM
mcc wrote:
Here we go again, fix our infrastructure stop the rail. When the rail vibrates the roads, all the pipes around it will burst. No one want to fix them. Similar to re wiring your home. Thousands of dollars and nobody can see it, no votes that way.
on May 22,2013 | 10:20AM
alohacharlie wrote:
So how many water mains broke in 2012? One a day? More? Good old water department waiting until a line breaks before rushing out to put another bandaid on the pipe. What is that departments long range plan for replacing these pipes that need replacing and should they be finding another source of income to get it done sooner than they are doing it now?
on May 22,2013 | 01:57PM
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