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Water disruption in large parts of Athlone

Thursday, 16th January, 2014 12:28pm
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Water disruption in large parts of Athlone

Large areas of Athlone are experiencing water disruption today.
Westmeath County Council says the cut to supply is due to essential maintenance works being carried out on the supply network.

Areas affected include Retreat road, Retreat park, Auburn Heights, The Elms, HillCourt, Ardnaglug, Ashgrove, Altown, Cyprus Gardens, Willow Park, Clonbonny, Fardrum, Kilmacoo, The Derries, Killion Hill, Retreat Mews, Retreat heights, Clonbrock Court and surrounding areas.

The disruption is expected to last until 6pm. Westmeath County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and wishes to thank all those affected for their patience.

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