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WAPA TO WORK ON WEYMOUTH-RHYMER ON SUNDAY

Oct. 31, 2003 – The Water and Power Authority will have line crews and equipment working on Weymouth-Rhymer Highway on Sunday morning between Fort Mylner and Edith Williams Elementary School.
From 5 a.m. until noon, the crews will be continuing work on a new transmission line that will supply electricity to the submarine cable to St. John, according to a WAPA release.
WAPA suggests that motorists avoid that stretch of highway on Sunday morning. Those unable to do so are urged to drive cautiously and follow the directions of flaggers who will be on duty.

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