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Kensington’s water supply to be restored on Monday

Published: Saturday December 28, 2013 | 12:28 pm Comments 0

The National Water Commission (NWC), is advising customers in Kensington, Portland that their water supply is scheduled to be restored on Monday.

The NWC said the current disruption in service is as a result of mechanical problems affecting the Kensington Relift Station.

Meanwhile, customers served by the Bybrook number 1 Pumping Station in St Catherine, are without their regular water supply because of an electrical problem at the facility.

The affected areas are Berwick, Crawle, Top Crawle, Sections of Riversdale, West Prospect, Cashew Walk, Cow Gully and August Town Road.


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