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Yona and Pago Bay water outage until midnight

Posted: Aug 05, 2018 2:16 PM Updated:

GWA announces an emergency water outage today Sunday, August 05, 2018  starting immediately until 12:00 a.m.

Crew making repairs on a main line.

 

Village: Yona & Pago Bay

 

Areas affected: High areas of Yona, Justice Monessa Lujan St. (Inalado Rd), and surrounding areas.

For more information on the outage contact GWA’s 24/7 phone line at 646-4211 or log onto our website at www.guamwaterworks.org or like us on www.facebook.com/guamwaterworksauthority or follow us on twitter @guamwaterworks.

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