City thanks Kommetjie residents for their patience
By Cindy Witten
19 December 2008
Following the incident where the main water pipe burst in Kommetjie, the City of Cape Town has thanked residents for their patience and apoligises for the inconveniences suffered.
The City turned off water supplies for about five hours while the crew replaced the section of the pipe that burst last night.
Farouk Robertson, communications officer for the water and sanitation department for th City of Cape Town said that the water lines were slowly being filled.
“They are busy recharging the water lines slowly to prevent any damage to infrastructure,” said Robertson.
“We would like to thank the residents in the area, as we understand it has been quite an inconvenience to them. We are grateful for the patience they have exercised.”