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GWA replacing meters to meet June 12 deadline

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Waterworks Authority is working hard to meet its June 12th court-ordered deadline to replace water meters around the island.

Spokesperson Heidi Ballendorf said, "While we are replacing your meter water could be off anywhere between thirty minutes to an hour that about how long it takes to replace these meters so if you are home washing dishes or using the washing machine and the water goes out don't be alarmed more than likely it's your friendly GWA meter replacement crew."

With 1,000 residential meters and 400 large commercial meters left to replace Ballendorf reminds the public to pay your bill to avoid lengthy reconnection as a majority of their crew are working on meter installations leaving less personnel available for reconnection, line and leak repair.

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