UPDATE: Pacific Highway water works postponed
UPDATE, MONDAY: A water supply interruption that was to occur in areas around Maclean today has been deferred until Friday (Feb 24).
The water supply to Jubilee Street, Townsend, from the Pacific Highway to Scullin Street (see attached map) will now be interrupted from 9am to 4pm on Friday to allow for the relocation of a water main for the new Pacific Motorway.
Clarence Valley Council advised The Daily Examiner of the date change, which came at the request of one of the highway contractors. Local residents affected by the water supply disruption have already been informed.
"Council apologises for any inconvenience," a Clarence Valley Council spokesperson said.
ORIGINAL STORY: If you live in the Jubilee Street area of Townsend, the water will be going off for Monday.
Clarence Valley Council has advised the due to the Pacific Highway upgrade, a water main will be relocated on Monday.
This will mean that residents living in Jubilee Street from the Pacific Highway to Scullin Street will have their supply interrupted from 9am-4pm.
A letter box drop was conducted Friday to inform affected residents.
Council has apologised for any inconvenience.