(BIVN) – The water conservation notice for an area of South Kohala is cancelled, and normal usage may resume, officials say.
On Wednesday, the Department of Water Supply thanked the community for its “cooperation and patience while temporary conservation measures were implemented to ensure drinking water was available to all customers.” The conservation notice was in place since July 2019, as a result of “unexpected equipment malfunctions.”
The affected area was from Puakō to Kawaihae, and included the Hāpuna Beach Resort, Mauna Kea Beach Resort, and Mauna Lani Resort.
Officials added on Wednesday:
DWS reminds customers that fresh, potable water is a finite resource and should be used efficiently and wisely. For information on general water conservation practices, please visit our website at hawaiidws.org. For other questions or concerns, call (808) 961-8060 during normal business hours, (808) 961-8790 for after-hour emergencies, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Big Island Video News
SOUTH KOHALA, Hawaiʻi - The Department of Water Supply says normal water useage may resume in the Kawaihae, Hāpuna, and Puakō area.