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IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING DISRUPTION TO WATER SUPPLIES IN THE CITY

 

The City Council advises customers that flooding occurred at the Lee Road water treatment plant in the early morningas a result of severe flooding.

As a consequence the supply of water has, or will later this morning, be disrupted in a number of areas across the city. the  main areas affected  include …

  North City

 

Old Youghal Road

Silver Heights Area

Lr Mayfield Rd

Part of Middle Glanmire Rd

Ballyhooley New Rd and surrounding areas

Glen Ave and surrounding areas

Ballyvolane Road

Glen Heights

Dublin Hill

Red  Forge Rd

Assumption road

Glen Ave

Rathmore Rd

Mallow Rd

Commons Rd

Lovers Walk

Redemption Rd

Fairhill

Knopogue Ave

Fairfield Ave

Churchfield

Knocknaheeney

Knockfree Ave

Cathedral Rd

Gurranabraher

Blarney St

Shanakiel

Sundays Well

 South city

 

Main Douglas Rd

South Douglas Rd

Ballinloigh Rd

Boreenamanna Rd

Capwell Rd

High St

Southern Rd

Summerhill South

Barrack St

Tower St

High St? Evergreen St

Bandon Rd

College Rd

Gilabbey St

Blackrock Rd

 

In addition customers in other areas may experience fluctuations in pressure and discolouration for a period of time.

The extent of the damage to the water treatment plant can only be fully assessed when the water levels recede. however it is expected that city supplies will be affected for a number of days.

Arrangements will be made to bring emergency supplies to the affected areas and further details will be issued through the local media throughout the day.

Cork City Council regrets any  inconvenience caused and is working to restore full supply at the earliest opportunity

7.10am 20th Nov 2009

  

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