Jun 30, 2008 Letters Comments Off on GWI needs to reconsider its cut-off time
One is left to wonder what GWI is playing at. For the last three weeks here on the East Coast, the cut-off time for water in the evenings has been getting progressively earlier.
What once was a 21:00hr cut off time has now become an 18:45hr time. This time kept going down by 15 minutes every day.
It almost appears as if the person left to monitor this supply has progressively taken early time off each day.
It’s amazing that such an essential service can’t be righted in this our land of many waters; that, too, in the middle of the rainy season.
If, for some reason, GWI can’t give water all day at the pipes, then maybe they can try cutting it off for a few hours during the day when most people are at work and then turning it back on in the evenings to allow for preparation of dinner.
But, like most things in Guyana, the needs of the ordinary folk don’t seem to matter.
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