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Thursday, June 20, 2024

LWSC RESTORES WATER SUPPLY TO CENTRAL MONROVIA WITH REFURBISHED RESERVOIR

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MONROVIA – Today, the Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation (LWSC), under the leadership of Managing Director Mo Ali, has successfully commissioned refurbished facilities and resumed water supply to Central Monrovia after years of inactivity. The milestone was celebrated at the City Reservoir in Ducor, Monrovia, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officiated by Senator Abe Darius Dillon of Montserrado County.

The event saw the participation of several key officials, including Montserrado Superintendent Whroway Bryant and District 7 Representative Emmanuel Dahn. The refurbishment of the one-million-gallon reservoir marks a significant achievement for the LWSC and promises to provide safe drinking water to the residents of Central Monrovia.

In his remarks, Managing Director Mo Ali emphasized the importance of the restored water supply for the city’s residents. “This reservoir is crucial for the water supply to Central Monrovia,” Ali stated. “We are pleased to have completed the necessary repairs and to be able to provide safe drinking water to our citizens once again.”

The refurbishment project and resumption of water supply come as a relief to many residents who have faced challenges in accessing clean water for years. The newly dedicated reservoir is expected to significantly improve the quality of life in the area, promoting better health and sanitation.

Senator Dillon, while cutting the ribbon, commended the efforts of the LWSC and highlighted the significance of the project for the community. “This is a momentous occasion for Central Monrovia,” Dillon said. “Access to clean water is a basic necessity, and this project ensures that our citizens have what they need to live healthier lives.”

The LWSC is also encouraging residents and customers of Central Monrovia to begin the process of registering or regularizing their statuses with the corporation. This initiative is part of the LWSC’s broader efforts to improve service delivery and ensure that all residents benefit from the restored water supply.

Superintendent Whroway Bryant and Representative Emmanuel Dahn echoed the importance of the project and called on the community to support the LWSC’s efforts. “We must all do our part to maintain and support this vital infrastructure,” Bryant noted. “This reservoir is a lifeline for many, and we need to ensure it continues to serve us well.”

The restoration of the water supply is a testament to the LWSC’s commitment to addressing the water needs of Monrovia’s residents. The project aligns with the government’s broader goals of improving public utilities and infrastructure to enhance the quality of life for all Liberians.

Moving forward, the LWSC plans to continue its efforts to upgrade and maintain water infrastructure across the city. The corporation is dedicated to ensuring that all residents have access to reliable and safe water supplies, which is fundamental to the nation’s development and public health.

The commissioning of the refurbished reservoir marks a new chapter for Central Monrovia, bringing hope and much-needed resources to the community. The LWSC’s successful project sets a precedent for future initiatives aimed at improving water and sanitation services in Liberia.

As the LWSC invites residents to register and regularize their statuses, it reinforces its commitment to providing efficient and sustainable water services. This step is crucial for the long-term success of the water supply system and for fostering a cooperative relationship between the corporation and the community it serves.

With the reservoir now operational, Central Monrovia residents can look forward to a consistent and safe water supply, ensuring a healthier and more sustainable future for all.

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