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Water Supply Remains A Major Priority: Bolalevu

Water delivery for the maritime islands in the Northern Division remains a major priority for divisional planning officer northern Alipate Bolalevu. Mr Bolalevu revealed that an upcoming Government tour around
14 Nov 2015 11:19
Water Supply Remains A Major Priority: Bolalevu
Divisional planning officer northern Alipate Bolalevu

Water delivery for the maritime islands in the Northern Division remains a major priority for divisional planning officer northern Alipate Bolalevu.
Mr Bolalevu revealed that an upcoming Government tour around Vanua Levu and its maritime islands would help them look more into the water problems and carting issues especially in remote located maritime islands.
“We would also revise on familiar and new developments and project at the same time looking at other problems faced by these maritime island residents,” he said.
The one-week tour is to begin from November 30 to December 4.
“As of today $425,889.20 has been utilised by the Emergency Water Operation Centre for carting more than 12 million litres of water around Vanua Levu.
He said Cakaudrove province was in a better situation than the other provinces because of the adequate rainfall they had been receiving.
“Hence water delivery to Cakaudrove would resume when the need arises,” he said.

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