Oct 30 2014
CableVision workers are set to continue work restoring service to customers impacted by this months storms.
Bermuda CableVision CEO Terry Roberson said that tomorrow staff will primarily be working in Smith’s, Devonshire and Southampton.
“We encourage our customers who still do not have service to call us on 292-5544 if we have been to your neighbourhood,” he said. “We continue to thank our customers for their patience.”
Specific streets to be targeted tomorrow include:
South Road from Nantucket Lane to Harrington Hundreds, McGall’s Hill/South Road Junction along Knapton Hill to Harrington Sound Road, Pokiok Road/Cress/Close, McGall’s Bay Road/Drive/Close/Lane, Nantucket lane, St. Mark’s Road, Sears Hill Road, Mount Hope Lane, Zuills Park Road/Drive, Wilderness Lane, Sea View Lane, Idle Acres Road, Spanish View Road, Halfway Lane, Breezyway Lane, Spanish Crescent, Prospero Lane, Palmetto Vale, Harrington Hundreds Road South, Skyline Road, Cherry Dale and Knapton Crescent
South Road from Rocky Bay Lane to Collectors Hill, Watlington Road East, Upland Street/Lane/Close, Jackson Drive, Lamas Close/Drive, Poincianna Road, College Hill Road, Green Acres Road, Chaingate Hill, Devon Springs Road/Lane, Christopher Close, Rocky Bay Lane, Devon Point Lane, Devon Heights Road and Cloverdale Road/Close
Middle Road from Scenic Height’s Pass to Five Star Island, Railway Trail from Colony Valley to Five Star Island, Rebecca Road, Hawthorn Lane, Peppercorn Lane, Rivera Road/Crescent/Drive, Colony Lane, Heron View Lane and Hampton Heat Court.