February 27, 2012 Newtownabbey Times
TEMPERS flared at a recent meeting when Glengormley traders made demands of NI Water to reschedule planned maintenance work for during the night to help reduce disruption to their businesses.
On Monday (February 27) work is due to begin on replacing watermains on the lower section of Carnmoney Road from Portland Avenue to the Antrim Road.
One lane of traffic will be closed and parking will be suspended for six weeks on Portland Avenue to allow for buses to travel down the road which forms part of the diversion.
The work is scheduled to last three weeks on the Carnmoney Road and it will then move on to Portland Avenue for a further three.
At the beginning of this week, Glengormley Traders’ Association met with NI Water officials and contractors undertaking the work which forms part of a major rehabilitation of the watermains across the borough.
The traders said the disruption will hit their businesses hard – posing difficulties for customers trying to access their shops while drivers will be unable to stop to make deliveries.
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