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Portland Cottage in Clarendon receives Water System Upgrades

Roundabout JA | March 12, 2020
More than eight thousand residents of Portland Cottage in Clarendon are to receive improved water system services by the end of April this year. This through a 135 million dollar water system upgrading project being implemented by Rural Water Supply Limited (RWSL). Press play to hear more about the upgrading of the water infrastructure that will increase the potential for housing on Round About Ja
Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
Producer: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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