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Late-night water outages planned for Tumon

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - The Guam Waterworks Authority has scheduled a pair of water outages for Tumon early this week.  According to GWA, crews will be doing work at the Hyatt tomorrow, with water being out to the hotel as well as customers behind the DFS Galleria, and along Chichirika Street, Rivera Lane and surrounding areas.  Tuesday's outage is from 11pm-3am in the morning. 

The second Tumon outage is scheduled for Thursday, as GWA is planning to replace a valve at the PIC. Water will not only be out the hotel, but also at the Royal Orchid, the Marriot, and the Guam Hilton. Water will be out Thursday from 10pm-4am in the morning Friday.

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