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GWA replacing water meters islandwide

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Waterworks Authority is stepping-up its replacement of water meters.  Crews will be in every village around the island this Saturday replacing residential meters.  GWA spokesperson Heidi Ballendorf says residents should "not" be alarmed if their water goes out for a brief time.

"If you experience water (issues), if your washing dishes, doing laundry and the water goes off, that's us because we do have the turn the water off for a brief time while we're replacing the meter it will last only about twenty minutes," she said.

GWA crews expect to replace between 200 and 250 meters and will continue doing so every Saturday for the next month or two. 

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