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WAPA WORK TO RESTRICT LATE NIGHT TRAFFIC

Oct. 12, 2001 – Overhead electrical lines near Banco Popular past the entrance to Nova Scotia Bank and east to B and D Wholesale by the Western Cemetery will be removed by the V.I. Water and Power Authority from midnight Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday. During that time vehicular traffic will be restricted.
The area served by the overhead lines has been switched to the underground feeder to the Roy L. Schneider Hospital. During the removal, however, homes on Feeder 8A in the area may experience a brief power outage, the release from WAPA states. WAPA apologizes for the inconvenience.

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Oct. 12, 2001 - Overhead electrical lines near Banco Popular past the entrance to Nova Scotia Bank and east to B and D Wholesale by the Western Cemetery will be removed by the V.I. Water and Power Authority from midnight Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday. During that time vehicular traffic will be restricted.
The area served by the overhead lines has been switched to the underground feeder to the Roy L. Schneider Hospital. During the removal, however, homes on Feeder 8A in the area may experience a brief power outage, the release from WAPA states. WAPA apologizes for the inconvenience.