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Posted on: September 20, 2021

Water Department returns water service in Pukalani

The Department of Water Supply reports that repair crews were able to redirect water flow to re-establish water service in Pukalani this afternoon, although residents and businesses will likely get low water pressure.
Work will continue tomorrow, Sept. 21, on repairing the broken main waterline.
Earlier, the Department reported a water outage in Pukalani from Aina Lani Drive to Keikilani Street because of a break in an 8-inch main waterline. The break occurred in a remote and difficult-to-reach gulch below Kamehameha Schools.
About 500 homes and businesses were affected.
Water tankers are located at the intersection of Keikilani and Nalani streets and at the intersection of Nalani and Liholani streets. Customers need to bring containers to fill with water.
When water service is restored, residents and businesses may experience brown water. They should flush their waterlines by running their water faucets for a while before using water.
The Department of Water Supply appreciates customers’ patience and understanding. For more information, call 270-7633.

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