Water disruption for some St Andrew households

Monday, April 09, 2012

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THE National Water Commission is advising customers in sections of the Corporate Area served by the Ferry system in St Andrew that the water supply disruption they are currently experiencing is as a result of mechanical problems at the Ferry and White Marl facilities.
This has resulted in intermittent water supply (no water and/or low water pressure) to the following areas:

  • Sections of downtown Kingston.
  • Spanish Town Road and all roads leading off.
  • Duhaney Park.
  • Washington Gardens.
  • Washington Boulevard and all roads leading off.

It is expected that regular water supply will be restored on Thursday.

The National Water Commission sincerely regrets any inconvenience caused.




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