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Edenorte shuts down Puerto Plata power for maintenance

Edenorte, the north coast power distribution company has announced that power in Puerto Plata will be affected by the shutdown of the Puerto Plata II substation on Saturday, 12 November 2016. Maintenance works will take place from 10am to 2pm.

Electricity supplies will be cut off in the Av. Colón area, Armada headquarters, AMET headquarters, new dock, Coraaplata pumps station, industries of Vinícola del Norte, Kuki Silverio hardware store, Av. Manolo Tavárez Justo to Puerto Plata clinic and Villa Progreso neighborhood. The blackout will also affect the city center, Cambelén, La Rigola, Los Cueto, Ricardo Limardo public hospital, La Sirena, Tropical and José Luis supermarkets, as well as the areas of Miramar, Los Cocos, Los Guandules, Barrio Invi, Centro Médico Bournigal, Panadería Santa Rita, Canal 3, la Alcaldía, Centro de Bellas Artes, and the Catedral San Felipe Apóstol.

Other businesses and entities to be affected are: Distribuidora Gonzalez, Progreso, Popular and Reservas banks, Mercado Nuevo, Distribuidora Corripio, the La Arena and Perla radio stations, Plaza Julio Pascual, the Antera Mota and Virginia Elena Ortea public schools, the José Duveaux and Gregorio Urbano Gilbert public high schools and the Malecón.

The neighborhoods and areas of El Arenazo, Ensanche Luperón, Bayardo, Padre Granero, Bello Costero, Cantabria, Mari Vázquez, Sabana Grande, Los Reyes, Plaza Turisol, Cerros del Atlántico, Aros Carrau, Torre Alta and Los Maestros will also be affected.

The neighborhoods and areas of Atlántica, Pelegrín, Ucamaima, Jardines del Atlántico, Costa Atlántica, Puerta Roja, Atlántica V, Arboleda, Marapicá, Joel, Long Beach, Don Armando and Lorena II, the extension of Avenida Luis Ginebra, the governor’s seat, Palacio de Justicia, Palacio de la Policía and the public jail will have their power cut off between these times.

Other areas include Ginebra Arzeno, Los Domínguez, Los Limones, Altos de Chavón, Padre Las Casas, Los Bordas, Los Sufridos, Colinas del Sur, Cristo Rey, Las Olivas, Montemar, Ortega, Cambelén, La Limonera, Buenos Aires, Los Mameyes, Los Núñez and AMBEV Dominicana.

Source: DR1, ELnuevodiario

Nov 11, 2016

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