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Government Working to Get New Pipes Into The Corporate Area.

Roundabout JA | October 9, 2019
Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the government is working to procure new pipelines to replace older water mains in the areas of Olympic and Molynes Gardens and the wider western St. Andrew area. The pipelines are over 60 years old and can no longer effectively carry the pressure and volume of water flowing through them, without breaking. Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the line that runs along Spanish Town Road is in need of attention due to its fragile state.
Presenter: Twila Wheelan
Producer: Twila Wheelan
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