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COWD, Cepalco schedules service interruptions

BOTH the Cagayan de Oro City Water District (COWD) and the Cagayan Electric Power & Light Co., Inc. (Cepalco) announced another service interruption affecting some parts of this city tomorrow and one on Friday.

In a facebook post, COWD has schedule yet another service interruption. It said, it would conduct an interconnection of a 150MM diameter pipeline to a 400MM diameter transmission line at Camella Cerritos, Canitoan.

Affected areas with no water would be the entire Calaanan relocation site, and low water pressure in some parts of Canitoan, Pagatpat, Bulao and portions of Iponan on June 1, Friday from 1PM to 5PM during the acitivity.

Meanwhile,Cepalco has scheduled another power interruption tomorrow, May 30. This is to facilitate a pole relocation (PSN 28361) and would affect the following area — Galaxy Road from corner National Highway towards RSHS all the way to Indahag, including all of Dao for 9 hours Beginning from 8AM to 5PM. (Dave Achondo)

Source COWD and Cepalco Facebook page.


About Dave Achondo

Dave Achondo
A person who enjoys doing what he does best – writing anything under the sun; strong-willed and straight to the point. Contributor at SOUTHWALL Magazine a Cebu-based company under Soline Publishing, A former Feature Editor, Business Editor, and Columnist of Mindanao Gold Star Daily, and is the currently its Digital Marketing Head.

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