Latest Status

STATUS UPDATE # 23  12/11/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power & Water status:

ONGOING ASSESSMENTS:

1. Collection of damaged mount poles – mount transformers
2. Survey, staking pole installation:
a. San Antonio, Koblerville, San Jose Areas and Beach Road (Town House to San Antonio)
b. Grace Christian Academy – removal of down lines and survey to install power lines
3. Data encoding of damage assessment and reporting
4. Preparing Mitigation Plan for Post –Super Typhoon Yutu

POWER RESTORATION:

Saipan power restoration is still currently at 63% focused on primary lines and restoration of water wells. Critical infrastructure on primary lines continues to be the priority.

Pre-storm active customer count at 13,555
Estimated customers energized 5,962
Estimated customers online 44 percent

WATER UPDATES:

Water Production: The water production remains at 84% of the total water production with 111 out of the 138 (80%) water wells operating. 70 water wells are online with the CUC Power Grid and 41 water wells are online with FEMA generators. 7 wells are offline due to pump and motor replacements or PFOA/S contamination, and 23 wells are not operational due to lack of power source.

Water Filling Stations:
Due to no customers getting water for 2 days on 11/23/18 and 11/24/18, the Koblerville filling station has been closed until further notice.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

Koblerville Water Station, CLOSED
Kannat Tabla Water Station, CLOSED
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Kagman Water Station, CLOSED
As Matuis, CLOSED

CUC/EPA Collected Transformers:
EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. Note: the assessment is to determine those transformers that are damaged and returns those that are deemed to be still in good condition. Total transformers collected by EPA: 791 (Saipan – 620, Tinian – 171)

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

ALL 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.

(KIYA FEEDERS STILL UNDERGOING EXTENSIVE REPAIRS)

Feeder 1 – ONLINE – (Areas surrounding Garapan, Puerto Rico, Hotel Street)
Feeder 1 was energized at 4:14 p.m. on October 28, 2018 from Power Plant 4 beginning with the primary lines on the 1st and 2nd partials bringing the hospital (CHCC) and some adjoining laterals including Calhoun Water Well online to source water to the hospital.

Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 1, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 95% of the circuit. The remaining connections are customers that need a pole replacement or are pending facility repair work. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 1 totals approximately 94.6%.

Updates/Highlights:
12/3/18, Grace Christian Academy, pole installation is complete and is now pending installation of conductors and transformer to get online.

Feeder 2 – ONLINE- (More areas surrounding Garapan, Beach Road to Fishing Base, Atkins Kroll)

Feeder 2 was energized at 3:42 p.m. on November 5, 2018 from Power Plant 1 putting Lower Base to Hotel Streets online.

Power Crews continued repair work on Feeder 2, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 90% of the circuit. Power crew continues to repair hardware and string conductors to restore the remaining few laterals. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 2 totals approximately 81.9%.

Update/Highlights:
12/4/18, work in progress, power crew continues to repair hardware and string conductors to energize laterals.

Feeder 3 – ONLINE- (Areas surrounding Middle Road, partials in Garapan toward Chalan Pale Arnold Road)

Feeder 3 primary lines were energized at 6:48 p.m. on November 5, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School and Grand Mariana Resort.

Feeder 3 is 100% energized as of November 5, 2018. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 3 totals 100% as of November 8, 2018.

Update/Highlights:
12/2/18, from Taro Sue to Kiya Substation, load transferred to its original Kiya 3 circuit.
12/4/18, Gualo Rai intersection to upper Gualo Rai areas (Kiya 3) diverted to Feeder 3 due to damage of air break switch in front of Taro Sue.

Feeder 4 – ONLINE- Areas surrounding Capitol Hill, As Teo to Kagman)
Feeder 4 primary lines were energized at 6:18 p.m. on November 1, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing Lower Base to Capitol Hill (before Capitol Hill Post Office).

Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 4, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 60% of the circuit. Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV and connect laterals and customers in Kagman that have resolved isolated issues. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 4 totals approximately 79.8%.

Updates/Highlights:
1. Kagman Juvenile Detention facility is offline pending required repairs to facility before energizing.
2. Work in progress – power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV and connect laterals.
3. Work in progress, installation of power poles on Kagman Mobil to Botanical Garden Papago and Capitol Hill (Wireless Hill)
4. 12/5/18, lateral energized to restore power to Emergency Management Office and Department of Finance Building and other nearby facilities.

Feeder 7 – ONLINE-(Areas surrounding Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, Tanapag, San Roque, As Matuis)
Feeder 7 energized at 6:15 p.m. on November 1, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing primary lines in Sadog Tasi, and Puerto Rico to Marpi.

Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 7, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 95% of the circuit. The remaining connections are customers that are pending facility repair work. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 7 totals approximately 99.2%.

Kiya 1 – ONLINE-(Areas surrounding Chalan Kiya going up As Terlaje towards Kannat Tabla and Airport Road and partials of Dandan, Obyan)

Kiya 1 primary lines were energized at 6:25 p.m. on November 10, 2018 from Kiya Substation to the Airport Adios sign on Tun Herman Pan Road.

Power crews continued repair work on Kiya 1, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 45% of the circuit. Estimated customers energized on Kiya 1 totals approximately 13.3%.

Updates/Highlights:
1. 12 water wells in Obyan have been energized (underground cable).
2. Northern Marianas College and laterals nearby are energized.
3. 12/2/18, Power crew energized primary lines from Iglecias Ni Cristo to San Vicente Elementary School.
4. Work in progress – power crew continues to do repair work on primary lines from San Vicente traffic light to Dandan Middle School in Dandan.
5. 12/4/18, work in progress, framing, stringing and Installation of conductors from As Perdido to Chalan Piao Mobil Station.
6. 12/6/18, primary lines energized on Isa Drive from San Vicente Elementary School to dead end pole before Laolao Road.
7. 12/6/18, laterals off Isa Drive to old Stanford Hotel energized.
8. 12/6/18, from Dandan/Obyan Road to Dandan Middle School.
9. 12/6/18, energized SkyDive facility in the CPA compound.
10. Work in progress – power crew working on secondary lines and replacing transformers to energize residents in Dandan.
11. Work in progress, power crew continue working on installation of power poles, cross arms and conductors from Laolao Road to Papago Botanical Garden on Isa Drive.

Kiya 2 – ONLINE-(Areas surrounding Northern Marianas College, As Lito towards Koblerville)
Kiya 2 primary lines were energized at 10:16 a.m. on November 19, 2018 from Shell Dandan to Happy Market.

Power crews continued repair work on Kiya 2, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 20% of the circuit. Power crew continues working on laterals in As Lito area to energize residentials. Estimated customers energized on Kiya 2 totals approximately 7.2%.

Updates/Highlights:
1. On 11/29/18, Green Consume Market to dead end pole before Saint Jude Church energized.
2. Work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardware on laterals on Chalan Martinez Road in As Lito area to energize residents.
3. 12/3/18, Power crew completed work and energized the primary lines from As Perdido through the old airport runway to energize Saipan Southern High School. This load is normally energized through Kiya 2 circuit but is diverted onto Kiya 1. Saipan Southern High School is pending a transformer installation in their facility.
4. 12/3/18, power crew completed work and energized the primary lines from Saipan Southern High School to Koblerville Elementary School.
5. 12/5/18, power crew completed framing and stringing of conductors of primary lines from Hannam Market to Koblerville Mobil Gas Station.
6. 12/5/18, work in progress, Installation of power poles from Koblerville Mobil Station to Saint Jude.
7. 12/5/18, work in progress, Installation of power poles from Tun Joaquin Doi Road/Fina Sisu to Chalan Kanoa
8. 12/6/18, Koblerville Elementary School and is ready to be energized.

Updates/Highlights:
1. On 11/29/18, Green Consume Market to dead end pole before Saint Jude Church energized.
2. On 11/30/18, laterals on Chalan Martinez Road continue to be energized to get residents online and energizing of laterals.
4. As of 12/1/18, work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardware on laterals on Chalan Martinez Road in As Lito area.

Kiya 3 – ONLINE- (Areas surrounding Middle Road from Sugar King onward to Gualo Rai)
Kiya 3 partials energized through Feeder 3 up to December 2, 2018 when Kiya 3 was brought online energizing remaining of Kiya 3 primary lines from Kiya Substation to McDonald’s. McDonald’s to Taro Sue were energized temporarily through Feeder 3 beginning with partials on November 24, 2018.

Power crew continues working in Chalan Kiya areas. Total customers energized on Kiya 3 through Feeder 3 are approximately 62.4% of total customers on Kiya 3.

Updates/Highlights:
1. On 12/2/18, primary lines from Taro Sue to Kiya Substation were energized and load temporarily on Feeder 3 was transferred to its original circuit, Kiya 3.
2. 12/5/18, primary lines energized in Chalan Kiya area.
3. 12/5/18, Seventh Day Adventist School energized.
4. Work in progress, repair of hardware and installation of poles, transformers, and conductors on laterals in Chalan Kiya area (Seventh Day Adventist, Saipan Health Clinic, San Ai Palms, Whispering Palms and residentials).
5. 12/6/18, i-connect facility is ready to be energized.
6. 12/6/18, laterals energized on Chalan Laulau Road.

Kiya 4 – ONLINE-(Areas surrounding Chalan Kanoa, Susupe, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym)
Kiya 4 went online on December 2, 2018 energizing primary lines from Kiya Substation to Ada Gym. Power crew continues working from Ada Gym to Town House Building repairing hardware, framing and stringing of conductors.

Updates/Highlights:
1. 12/2/18, power crew energized primary lines from Kiya Substation to Ada Gym, including Mayor’s Office.
2. Work in progress, power crew continues framing and stringing from Ada Gym to Town House Building.
3. Work in progress, power crew continues installations and straightening of power poles from Town House to Koblerville.
4. 12/5/18, work in progress, stringing of conductors from CNMI Superior Court to Town House.
5. 12/6/18, CNMI Superior Court, Department of Public Safety, Department of Corrections and Multi-Purpose Building is ready to be energized.

CUC TINIAN
CUC Operations Command Center’s hours of operation are from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

POWER RESTORATION:
Power has been restored to 20 percent of island. 100 percent water production.

Restoration Status:
1. Original schedule has been adjusted due to lack of available lodging, delayed material orders, daily boat transportation for workers, and weather.
2. Power has been restored to approximately 20% of the Island
a. Feeder 1 is to be abandoned
b. Feeder 2 is approximately 80% restored
c. Feeder 3 is scheduled to start on 12/6
d. Feeder 4 is scheduled to start on 1/15
3. As of November 24, 2018, Feeder 2 online. Feeder 2 is approximately 80% restored with power to several critical infrastructure/customers:
a. Tinian Health Center – 11/25/18
b. Tinian Fuel Services (Mobil Gas) – 11/26/18
c. Department of Public Safety – 11/26/18
d. Bank of Guam – 11/27/18
e. Super Market – 11/27/18
f. Fire Department – 12/1/18
g. US Post Office – 12/1/18
h. Tinian Elementary School – 12/1/18
i. Headstart Program – 12/1/18
j. Tinian Mayor’s Office – 12/1/18
k. Tinian High School – 12/1/18
l. NMC CREES – 12/1/18
m. Department of Commerce – 12/1/18
n. CNMI Superior Court – 12/2/18
70% of CIC accounts have been restored
4. Feeder 1 is to be abandoned

5. Feeder 3 is scheduled to begin on 12/6
a. Restoration will begin at the power plant and move towards the port
b. Once the port is energized, work will move into the village restoring significant numbers of residential customers
c. Subject to change due to scheduling equipment barged from Saipan, lodging for linemen, and weather
d. Feeder 3 is the covers the largest position of the island, serving about 70% of the customers

Revised Schedule
1. 12/2 45 concrete poles to be delivered to Saipan and will be barged to Tinian on 12/5
2. 12/3 225 wood poles scheduled to be delivered to Saipan and will be barged to Tinian on 12/6
3. 12/6 Additional 3 PSE crews with equipment to be deployed to Tinian, energize Marpo Sump Pump and commence restoring Feeder 3
4. 12/7 Feeder 2 Completed
5. 12/9 Energize the Seaport
6. 12/13 Energize residences in the central part of town
7. 12/24 Complete restoration of Feeder 3
8. 1/2 Feeder 3 Completed including the Airport
9. 1/15 Begin restoration of Feeder 4
10. 1/31 Feeder 4 Completed
a. Based on current crews available, service to the transmitting antennas will not be completed within the contract period
Restoration Risks:
1. Adequate FEMA managed housing and transportation to support deployment of 10 crews (43 individuals). First crews were deployed daily from Saipan, reducing activity by 3-4 hours per day.
2. Equipment downtime due to delay in acquiring parts needed for repair and maintenance.
3. Material availability, will need to work closely with material contractor to assure material availability to match pole delivery schedule. Will likely need 1-2 more airplane loads of expedited material.
4. Unexpected delays such as weather conditions, personnel health, accidents, etc.

Materials
Numerous materials have arrived over the last month ranging from pole mounted transformers, concrete and wooden power poles, spans of conductors and various hardware materials from Guam Power Authority and U.S. mainland vendors.

TINIAN WATER
Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.

Water Production
The water production is steady at 100% of the total water production.

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 22   12/04/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:
POWER RESTORATION:
Saipan power restoration is currently at 63% focused on primary lines and restoration of water wells. Critical infrastructure on primary lines continues to be the priority.
WATER UPDATES:
Water Production: The water production is 84% of the total water production with 110 out of the 138 water wells operating. 67 water wells (63%) are online with the CUC Power Grid and 40 water wells (37%) are online with FEMA generators. The following is a summary of the water production for the island of Saipan:
POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:
7 OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.
(FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 3, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7, KIYA 1 AND KIYA 2 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE)
Feeder 1 – ONLINE
Feeder 1 was energized at 4:14 p.m. on October 28, 2018 from Power Plant 4 beginning with the primary lines on the 1 st and 2 nd partials bringing the hospital (CHCC) and some adjoining laterals including Calhoun Water Well online to source water to the hospital.
Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 1, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 95% of the circuit. The remaining connections are customers that need a pole replacement or are pending facility repair work. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 1 totals approximately 94.6%.

Updates/Highlights:
12/3/18, Grace Christian Academy is pending installation of power pole and transformer to get online.

Feeder 2 – ONLINE
Feeder 2 was energized at 3:42 p.m. on November 5, 2018 from Power Plant 1 putting Lower Base to Hotel Streets online.
Power Crews continued repair work on Feeder 2, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 90% of the circuit. Power crew continues to repair hardware and string conductors to restore the remaining few laterals. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 2 totals approximately 81.9%.
Update/Highlights:
12/3/18, work in progress, power crew continues to repair hardware and string conductors to restore laterals.
Feeder 3 – ONLINE
Feeder 3 primary lines were energized at 6:48 p.m. on November 5, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School and Grand Mariana Resort.
Feeder 3 is 100% energized as of November 5, 2018. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 3 totals 100% as of November 8, 2018.
Update/Highlights:
12/2/18, from Taro Sue to Kiya Substation, load transferred to its original Kiya 3 circuit.

Feeder 4 – ONLINE
Feeder 4 primary lines were energized at 6:18 p.m. on November 1, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing Lower Base to Capitol Hill (before Capitol Hill Post Office).
Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 4, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 60% of the circuit. Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV and connect laterals and customers in Kagman that have resolved isolated issues. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 4 totals approximately 79.8%.
Updates/Highlights:
1. Kagman Juvenile Detention facility is offline pending required repairs to facility before energizing.
2. Work in progress – power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV and connect laterals.

Feeder 7 – ONLINE:
Feeder 7 energized at 6:15 p.m. on November 1, 2018 from Power Plant 1 energizing primary lines in Sadog Tasi, and Puerto Rico to Marpi. Power crews continued repair work on Feeder 7, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 95% of the circuit. The remaining connections are customers that are pending facility repair work. Estimated customers energized on Feeder 7 totals approximately 99.2%.

Kiya 1 – ONLINE:
Kiya 1 primary lines were energized at 6:25 p.m. on November 10, 2018 from Kiya Substation to the Airport Adios sign on Tun Herman Pan Road. Power crews continued repair work on Kiya 1, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 45% of the circuit. Estimated customers energized on Kiya 1 totals approximately 13.3%.
Updates/Highlights:
1. 12 water wells in Obyan have been energized (underground cable).
2. Northern Marianas College and laterals nearby are energized.
3. Power crew completed installation of remaining 9 wooden power poles in San Vicente.
4. Primary lines are ready to be energized from Iglecias Ni Cristo to San Vicente Elementary School.
5. Work in progress – power crew continues to do repair work on primary lines on Isa Drive from San Vicente Elementary School to the entrance of Laolao Beach Road in San Vicente.
6. Work in progress – power crew continues to do repair work on primary lines from from San Vicente traffic light to Dandan Middle School in Dandan.
7. Work in progress – power crew working off of Kiya 1 circuit to divert load to energize the primary lines from As Perdido through the old airport runway to energize Saipan Southern High School and Koblerville Elementary School. Power crew has completed almost 30 spans of repairs on primary lines up to Koblerville Mobil Gas Station. This load is normally energized through Kiya 2 circuit, but will be temporarily energized through Kiya 1.

Kiya 2 – ONLINE:
Kiya 2 primary lines were energized at 10:16 a.m. on November 19, 2018 from Shell Dandan to Happy Market. Power crews continued repair work on Kiya 2, primary and secondary lines, and have approximately energized 20% of the circuit. Power crew continues working on laterals in As Lito area to energize residents. Estimated customers energized on Kiya 2 totals approximately 7.2%.
Updates/Highlights:
1. On 11/29/18, Green Consume Market to dead end pole before Saint Jude Church energized.
2. Work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardware on laterals on Chalan Martinez Road in As Lito area to energize residents.
3. 12/3/18, Power crew energized the primary lines from As Perdido through the old airport runway to energize Saipan Southern High School. This load is normally energized through Kiya 2 circuit but is temporarily diverted onto Kiya 1.

Kiya 3 – Offline:
Kiya 3 partials energized through Feeder 3.
Kiya 3 is still offline but is receiving . Power crew continues working in Chalan Kiya areas. Total customers energized on Kiya 3 through Feeder 3 are approximately 62.4% of total customers on Kiya 3.
Updates/Highlights:
1. On 12/2/18, primary lines from Taro Sue to Kiya Substation were energized and load temporarily on Feeder 3 was transferred to its original circuit, Kiya 3.
2. Work in progress, repair of hardware and installation of poles, transformers, and conductors in to Chalan Kiya area (Seventh Day Adventist, Saipan Health Clinic, San Ai Palms, Whispering Palms and residentials).

Kiya 4 – Offline:
Kiya 4 remains offline. Power crew continues working from Atkin’s Kroll to Town House Building repairing hardware, framing and stringing of conductors. All customers on Kiya 4 remain offline.
Updates/Highlights:
1. 12/2/18, power crew energized primary lines from Kiya Substation to Ada Gym.
2. Work in progress, power crew continues framing and stringing from Ada Gym to Town House Building.
3. Work in progress, power crew continues installations and straightening of power poles from Town House to Koblerville.

Meters Removed from Damaged Facilities
2,824 as of 12/1/18

Damage Assessment
1. 1,348 Power Poles
2. 767 Transformers
3. 890,000 Linear Feet of Conductors

CUC/EPA Collected Transformers:
EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. Note: the assessment is to determine those transformers that are damaged and returns those that are deemed to be still in good condition. Total transformers collected by EPA: 720 (Saipan – 549, Tinian – 171)

Ongoing Assessments:
1. Collection of damaged mount poles – mount transformers
2. Survey, staking pole installation:
a. San Antonio, Koblerville, San Jose Areas and Beach Road (Town House to San Antonio)
3. Data encoding of damage assessment and reporting
4. Preparing Mitigation Plan for Post –Super Typhoon Yutu

Materials
Numerous materials have arrived over the last month ranging from pole mounted transformers, concrete and wooden power poles, spans of conductors and various hardware materials from Guam Power Authority and U.S. mainland vendors.

Update/Highlights:
12/2/18 – 78 wood and 20 concrete power poles arrived for Saipan and Tinian
12/3/18 – 60 wood power poles arrived for Saipan and Tinian

CUC TINIAN
CUC Operations Command Center’s hours of operation are from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Restoration Status:

1. Original schedule has been adjusted due to lack of available lodging, delayed material orders, daily boat transportation for workers, and weather.

2. Power has been restored to approximately 20% of the Island

a. Feeder 1 is to be abandoned
b. Feeder 2 is approximately 80% restored
c. Feeder 3 is scheduled to start on 12/6
d. Feeder 4 is scheduled to start on 1/15

3. As of November 24, 2018, Feeder 2 online. Feeder 2 is approximately 80% restored with power to several critical infrastructure/customers:
a. Tinian Health Center – 11/25/18
b. Tinian Fuel Services (Mobil Gas) – 11/26/18
c. Department of Public Safety – 11/26/18
d. Bank of Guam – 11/27/18
e. Super Market – 11/27/18
f. Fire Department – 12/1/18
g. US Post Office – 12/1/18
h. Tinian Elementary School – 12/1/18
i. Headstart Program – 12/1/18
j. Tinian Mayor’s Office – 12/1/18
k. Tinian High School – 12/1/18
l. NMC CREES – 12/1/18
m. Department of Commerce – 12/1/18
n. CNMI Superior Court – 12/2/18
***70% of CUC accounts have been restored

4. Feeder 1 is to be abandoned
5. Feeder 3 is scheduled to begin on 12/6
a. Restoration will begin at the power plant and move towards the port
b. Once the port is energized, work will move into the village restoring significant numbers of residential customers
c. Subject to change due to scheduling equipment barged from Saipan, lodging for linemen, and weather
d. Feeder 3 is the covers the largest position of the island, serving about 70% of the customers

Revised Schedule
1. 12/2 45 concrete poles to be delivered to Saipan and will be barged to Tinian on 12/5
2. 12/3 225 wood poles scheduled to be delivered to Saipan and will be barged to Tinian on 12/6
3. 12/6 Additional 3 PSE crews with equipment to be deployed to Tinian, energize Marpo Sump Pump and commence restoring Feeder 3
4. 12/7 Feeder 2 Completed
5. 12/9 Energize the Seaport
6. 12/13 Energize residences in the central part of town
7. 12/24 Complete restoration of Feeder 3
8. 1/2 Feeder 3 Completed including the Airport
9. 1/15 Begin restoration of Feeder 4
10. 1/31 Feeder 4 Completed
a. Based on current crews available, service to the transmitting antennas will not be completed within the contract period

Restoration Risks:
1. Adequate FEMA managed housing and transportation to support deployment of 10 crews (43 individuals). First crews were deployed daily from Saipan, reducing activity by 3-4 hours per day.
2. Equipment downtime due to delay in acquiring parts needed for repair and maintenance.
3. Material availability, will need to work closely with material contractor to assure material availability to match pole delivery schedule. Will likely need 1-2 more airplane loads of expedited material.
4. Unexpected delays such as weather conditions, personnel health, accidents, etc.

TINIAN POWER GENERATION
1. Station Service is online 24 hours.
2. Feeder 2 is online.
3. Feeders 1, 3 & 4 remain offline.

TINIAN WATER
Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.

Water Production: The water production is steady at 100% of the total water production.

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 20

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

POWER RESTORATION:

Saipan power restoration is currently at 50% focused on primary lines and restoration of water wells. 50 percent power restoration is expected on Tinian by December 24, 2018. Critical infrastructure and primary lines continue to be the priority.

EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. Note: the assessment is to determine those transformers that are damaged and returns those that are deemed to be still in good condition. As of 11/27/18:

a. Total collected on Saipan = 492
b. Total collected on Tinian = 166
c. Total collected on Saipan and Tinian = 658

WATER UPDATES:

Water Production: The water production is 82% of the total water production with 107 out of the 138 water wells operating. 67 water wells (63%) are online with the CUC Power Grid and 40 water wells (37%) are online with FEMA generators. The following is a summary of the water production for the island of Saipan:

Water Filling Stations:
Due to no customers getting water for 2 days on 11/23/18 and 11/24/18, the Koblerville filling station has been closed until further notice.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

Koblerville Water Station, CLOSED
Kannat Tabla Water Station, CLOSED
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Kagman Water Station, CLOSED
As Matuis, CLOSED

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

7 OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.

(FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 3, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7, KIYA 1 AND KIYA 2 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE)

FEEDER 1 (Areas surrounding Garapan, Puerto Rico, Hotel Street)

As of 11/24/18, 95 percent of Feeder 1 is energized except for those undergoing repairs on the customer end.

On 11/29/18, installation of 2 wooden power poles for SQ-5 and SQ-9 water wells. Remaining connections are in need of repairs on the customers’ side.

FEEDER 2 (More areas surrounding Garapan, Beach Road to Fishing Base, Atkins Kroll

On 11/26/18, Garapan Fishing Base to Marianas Eye Institure primary lines energized.

Power crew completed framing of power poles along Garapan to Atkins Kroll. Power crew installed 2 (45’ concrete) power poles along Joeten Super store to beach road near CUC Oleai and installed 12 (45’ concrete) power poles along beach road south. Power crew continues to stringing conductors from Garapan to Atkins Kroll.

On 11/27/18, primary lines from Garapan Farmer’s Market to Atkins Kroll Traffic Light was energized, including laterals in to Saipan Tribune, Marianas Variety and Joeten Superstore and Regal Cinemas.

As of 11/28/18, work in progress, power crew continue to repair hardware and string conductors restoring laterals.

As of 11/29/18, work in progress, power crew continues to repair hardware and string
conductors to restore laterals.

70 percent online.

Crews still performing repairs in this area.

FEEDER 3 (Hotel Street Area)

On 11/1/18, the electrical systems for GR-4 and GR-5 water wells in Gualo Rai are repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections.

On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process.

On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School to support the sewer lift station.

On 11/8/18, Feeder 3 completely online (Hotel Street area).

On 11/24/18, additional load put on Feeder 3 to energize Gualo Rai primarily to energize GR-4 and GR-5.

On 11/28/18 to 11/29/18, work in progress, McDonald’s to Kiya Substation.

FEEDER 4 (Areas surrounding Capitol Hill, As Teo to Kagman)

On 11/21-26/18, power restored at residential homes in Capitol Hill and Kagman areas.

On 11/26/18, Kagman Fire Station, Kagman Elementary School, and residentials in the area. Kagman detention facility offline pending repairs by customer. Power crew continues trouble shooting customers in energized areas with no power issues.

Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV.

As of 11/29/18, work in progress, Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged
conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV and connect laterals.

50 percent online.

FEEDER 7 (Areas surrounding Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, Tanapag, San Roque, As Matuis)

On 11/20/18, 95% of Feeder 7 is complete.

As of 11/26/18, pending five (5) 40’ power pole installations in As Matuis heading to Kan Pacific to Living Center.

As of 11/26/18, Customers who are not connected have electrical damages that need repair, including their weather head and/or meter base.

As of 11/28/18, pending five (5) 40’ power pole installations in As Matuis heading to Kan
Pacific to Living Center.

As of 11/28/18 to 11/29/18, customers who are not connected have electrical damages that need
repair, including their weather head and/or meter base.

95 percent online.

K1/K2 DOUBLE CIRCUIT: 100% ONLINE

KIYA 1 – ONLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kiya going up As Terlaje towards Kannat Tabla and Airport Road and partials of Dandan, Obyan)

On 11/25/18, Dandan Road from Dandan Elementary School to Dandan homestead, primary only, energized.

On 11/25/18, As Terlaje 1-Million Gallon Water Tank energized.

On 11/26/18, 12 out of 13 water wells in Obyan have been energized (underground cable). Power crew working on installing 3 (45’ concrete) power poles in San Vicente.

As of 11/26/18, work in progress – NMC and residential areas nearby.

As of 11/28/18, work in progress, Dandan areas from San Vicente traffic light to
Dandan Middle School.

As of 11/28/18, work in progress, Power crew working on installing 3 (45’ concrete)
power poles in San Vicente.

As of 11/29/18, work in progress, Power crew working off of Kiya 1 circuit to divert
load to energize the primary lines from As Perdido through the old airport runway to
energize Saipan Southern High School. This load is normally energized through Kiya
2 circuit.

Kiya 1 40 percent online.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 2 – ONLINE (Areas surrounding Northern Marianas College, As Lito towards Koblerville)

On 11/25/18, Power crew energized from Green Consume Market to Ming Li Market, primary only. Power crew completed installation of new concrete power poles and straightening leaning power poles from Chalan Kanoa, U.S. Post Office traffic light heading south.

On 11/26/18, Power crew installed 14 (45’ concrete) power poles along San Antonio Beach Road.

As of 11/26/18, work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardwares on laterals from Green Consume Market to Ming Li Market. Power crew continues to repair and install conductors, transformers and hardware for Kiya 2.

On 11/27/18, Green Consume Market to Saint Jude Church primary lines were
energized.

On 11/27/18, energized primary lines to connect water wells KV-12 and KV-13
through Kiya 1.

As of 11/28/18, work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardware on
laterals from Green Consume Market to Guang Dong Hardware.

As of 11/29/18, work in progress – Power crew continues to repair hardware on
laterals in As Lito area.

Kiya 2 40 percent online.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Middle Road from Sugar King onward to Gualo Rai)

On 11/23/18, primary from Taro Sue to Gualo Rai traffic light is complete and ready to be energized pending Power Plant switching procedures.

As of 11/26/18, Power crew continues to repair and install conductors, transformers and hardware from Gualo Rai traffic light to McDonald’s.

As of 11/28/18, work in progress, Power crew continues to repair and install conductors,
transformers and hardware from McDonald’s to Kiya Substation.

On 11/29/18, Power crew completed repairs and installation of conductors, transformers
and hardware from McDonald’s to Kiya Substation and is securing the system in
preparation to energize.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 4 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kanoa, Susupe, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym)

On 11/26/18, completed installation of new concrete power poles and straightened power poles from Ada Gym to Chalan Kanoa (Post Office traffic light).

As of 11/26/18, upon completion of Kiya 3 framing and stringing of conductors, power crew will continue framing and stringing conductors on Kiya 4. Pending repairs from Kiya Substation to Atkins Kroll.

As of 11/28/18, upon completion of Kiya 3 framing and stringing of conductors, power
crew will continue framing and stringing conductors on Kiya 4.

As of 11/29/18, work in progress, Power crew continues framing and stringing from
Atkins Kroll to Town House Building. Upon completion of Kiya 3 framing and stringing of conductors, power crew will continue framing and stringing conductors on Kiya 4.

0 percent online.

Restoration ongoing.

CUC TINIAN
CUC Operations Command Center’s hours of operation are from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Feeder 2: Online as of 11/24/18
1. On 11/18/18, Power crew began to erect power poles towards the hospital and the school on Feeder 2.
2. On 11/19/18, 8 concrete power poles and 12 spans of conductors were installed.
3. On 11/20/18, 4 concrete power poles and 5 spans of conductors were installed.
4. On 11/21/18, digging and installation of power poles, conductors, transformers and framing are ongoing on Feeder 2, including securing of damaged poles. 6 concrete power poles and 7 spans of conductors were installed.
5. On 11/22/18, 10 concrete power poles and 2 spans of conductors were installed.
6. On 11/22/18 and 11/23/18, work was put on hold early due to to heavy rain and lightning.
7. On 11/23/2018, 10 concrete power poles were installed and 5 spans conductors were installed.
8. On 11/23/18, riser pole terminated
9. On 11/24/18, 1 concrete power pole and 6 spans conductors were installed.
10. On 11/24/18, Telesource Plant to the Mayor’s Office is powered up (without load) to test plant production and distribution.
11. On 11/25/2018, 10 concrete power poles and 1 wooden power pole were installed.
12. On 11/26/2018, 7 concrete power poles and 8 spans conductors were installed.
13. On 11/25/2018- Tinian Health Center is energized.
14. On 11/26/2018- Tinian Fuel Services energied.
15. As of 11/26/18, work in progress – digging and installation of power poles, conductors, transformers and framing on Feeder 2, including securing of damaged poles.
16. On 11/27/2018- Bank of Guam Building and Lucky Qiang Market online.
17. As of 11/29/18, work in progress – digging and installation of power poles, conductors, transformers and framing on Feeder 2, including securing of down and damaged poles.

POWER GENERATION:
1. As of 11/20/18, Station Service is online 24 hours.
2. On 11/24/18, completed Hi-Pot testing (Telesource).
3. On 11/24/18, Feeder 2, 1st partial is online.
4. Feeders 3 & 4 remain offline.

WATER:
1. Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.
2. Distribution assessments and repairs ongoing.

Water Production: The water production is steady at 100% of the total water production.

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 16

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

CUC’s Call Center continues to receive trouble calls and is in operation 24 hours now. Customers can call (670) 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

As of November 24, 2018, CUC/EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. These assessments are to determine transformers that are damaged and return those that are deemed to be in good working condition. A total of 615 transformers have been collected so far. 449 on Saipan, 166 on Tinian.

2,766 total meters retrieved by Inspectors and Meter Readers from damaged locations, households and facilities with safety concerns.

WATER UPDATES:

Water Production: The water production is 80% of the total water production with 104 out of the 131 water wells operating. 49 water wells are online with the CUC Power Grid and 43 water wells are online with FEMA generators.

Water Filling Stations:
Due to no customers getting water for 2 days on 11/23/18 and 11/24/18, the Koblerville filling station has been closed until further notice.

As of 11/24/18, Water crew continues repair major leaks in the distribution lines. Major leaks and downed wells will affect water production since leaks are causing the tanks to drop to low levels and are also preventing water from being released to residents as scheduled.

As the FEMA generators and CUC Power grid system continue to supply energy to the water wells, CUC Water Division will energize the water distribution system throughout the island in order to scout for leaks and test the different tank service area sections for the water scheduled hours.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

Koblerville Water Station, CLOSED
Kannat Tabla Water Station, CLOSED
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Kagman Water Station, CLOSED
As Matuis, CLOSED

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 3, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE. TOTAL (5 ONLINE). FOUR KIYA FEEDERS UNDERGOING REPAIRS AND ASSESSMENT BUT T2 TRANSFORMER OF KIYA SUBSTATION HAS BEEN ENERGIZED.

FEEDER 1 (Areas surrounding Garapan, Puerto Rico, Hotel Street)

As of 11/24/18, 95 percent of Feeder 1 is energized except for those undergoing repairs on the customer end.

FEEDER 2 (More areas surrounding Garapan, Beach Road to Fishing Base, Atkins Kroll

As of 11/24/18, Power crew continues framing of power poles along Garapan to Atkins Kroll.

Crews still performing repairs in this area.

FEEDER 3 (Hotel Street Area)

On 11/1/18, the electrical systems for GR-4 and GR-5 water wells in Gualo Rai are repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections.

On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process.

On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School to support the sewer lift station.

On 11/8/18, Feeder 3 completely online (Hotel Street area).

FEEDER 4 (Areas surrounding Capitol Hill, As Teo to Kagman)

On 11/21-24/18, power restored at residential homes in Capitol Hill and Kagman areas.

As of 11/24/18, Kagman detention facility offline pending repairs by customer.

As of 11/24/18, Power crew continues to trouble shooting customers in energized areas with no power issues.

As of 11/24/18, Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman III & IV.

FEEDER 7 (Areas surrounding Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, Tanapag, San Roque, As Matuis)

As of November 20, 2018, 95 percent of Feeder 7 is complete.


AS OF 11/13/18, KIYA SUBSTATION IS BACK TO NORMAL OPERATION.

KIYA 1 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kiya going up As Terlaje towards Kannat Tabla and Airport Road and partials of Dandan, Obyan)

On 11/19/18, energized facilities on Tun Herman Pan Road from the Adios sign to the CPA airport building.

On 11/20/18, Herman’s Bakery energized.

On 11/23/18, Power crew installed 5 (45’ concrete) power poles in San Vicente. On 11/23/18, Joeten Compound energized. Power crew energized the primary from Dandan entrance to Dandan Middle School at about 4:30 p.m.

On 11/24/18, Tun Herman Pan Compound and Java Joe’s and Everclean laundry energized. Power crew working on installing 3 (45’ concrete) power poles in San Vicente.

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – Dandan Road from Dandan Elementary School to Dandan homestead, primary only.

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – Obyan area prioritized to energize the numerous wells.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 2 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Northern Marianas College, As Lito towards Koblerville)

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – Power crew continues to repair and install cross arms and conductors from Green Consume Market to Guang Dong/As Perdido Intersection along Chalan Msgr. Martinez Road.

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – Power crew installing and straightening leaning power poles from Chalan Kanoa, U.S. Post Office traffic light heading south.

Power crew continues to repair and install conductors, transformers and hardware for Kiya 2.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Middle Road from Sugar King onward to Gualo Rai)

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – repair and replace conductors, transformers and hardware to energize NMC by the end of day.

Power crew continues to repair and install conductors, transformers and hardware for Kiya 3.

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 4 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kanoa, Susupe, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym)

On 11/2/18, cleared and removed down power pole and hardware at Mt. Carmel Cathedral and Ada Gym area.

On 11/15/18, clearing of down power poles, transformers, conductors from
Susupe area to Chalan Kanoa Texas road is completed.

On 11/16/18, completed installations of 13 power poles from W-5 Lift Station, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym.

As of 11/24/18, work in progress – install power poles and straightened power poles from Ada Gym to Chalan Kanoa (Post Office traffic light).

Restoration ongoing.

ONGOING ASSESSMENTS:

1. Collection of damaged mount poles – mount transformers
2. Survey, staking pole installation:
a. San Antonio, Koblerville and San Jose Areas
b. Beach road in front of Town house to San Antonio
3. Updating mapping of assessed Feeders and Kiyas
4. Damaged assessments
5. Data encoding of damage assessment and reporting
6. Preparing Mitigation Plan for Post –Super Typhoon Yutu

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CUC TINIAN
POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:
1. Total Trouble Calls = 4
2. Partial Power Assessment as of 11/24/18:
a. 810 power poles
b. 136 transformers
c. 507,015 linear feet of conductors
3. On 11/18/18, 20 linemen (5 4-man crews) and a Supervisor and a Mechanic from Primary Source (Colorado) arrived on Tinian to begin work.

Feeder 2: Offline as of 11/23/18
1. On 11/18/18, Power crew began to erect power poles towards the hospital and the school on Feeder 2.
2. On 11/19/18, 8 concrete power poles and 12 spans of conductors were installed.
3. On 11/20/18, 4 concrete power poles and 5 spans of conductors were installed.
4. On 11/21/18, digging and installation of power poles, conductors, transformers and framing are ongoing on Feeder 2, including securing of damaged poles. 6 concrete power poles and 7 spans of conductors were installed.
5. On 11/22/18, 10 concrete power poles and 2 spans of conductors were installed.
6. On 11/22/18 and 11/23/18, work was put on hold early due to to heavy rain and lightning.
7. On 11/23/2018, 10 concrete power poles were installed and 5 spans conductors were installed.
8. On 11/23/18, riser pole terminated
9. On 11/24/18, 1 concrete power pole and 6 spans conductors were installed.
10. On 11/24/18, Telesource Plant to the Mayor’s Office is powered up (without load) to test plant production and distribution.
11. As of 11/24/14, work in progress – digging and installation of power poles, conductors, transformers and framing on Feeder 2, including securing of damaged poles.

Materials/Inventory:
1. On 11/12/18, 25 wooden power poles (24-45’ pole and 1-40’ pole) arrived from CUC Rota and moved to CUC’s material temporary staging site on 11/13/18.
2. On 11/13/18, transformers from GPA arrived.
3. On 11/16/18, 60 concrete power poles arrived at 11:00 a.m.
a. 11/17/18, 3:25 p.m. – 18 Concrete power poles were transferred to staging site and transfer is ongoing.
4. On 11/17/18, equipment and vehicles arrived: 4- pick-up trucks, 1 flatbed truck, 7 auger/pressure digger trucks, 5 bucket trucks, 1 backhoe, 1 dolly line trailer and 1 pole trailer- Heavy equipment situated at staging site.
5. On 11/21/18, 1 20 ton crane and 12 pallets of power pole hardware arrived.
6. On 11/23/18, 42 pieces of concrete poles arrived on Tinian. Arrival was delayed due to unsafe water conditions.

POWER GENERATION:
1. All feeders remain offline.
2. As of 11/20/18, Station Service is online 24 hours.
3. On 11/24/18, completed Hi-Pot testing (Telesource).

WATER:
1. Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.
2. Distribution assessments and repairs ongoing.

Water Production: The water production is steady at 100% of the total water production.

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 15   11/21/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

As of November 20, 2018, CUC/EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. These assessments are to determine transformers that are damaged and return those that are deemed to be in good working condition. A total of 586 transformers have been collected so far. 420 on Saipan, 166 on Tinian.

2,740 total meters retrieved by Inspectors and Meter Readers from damaged locations, households and facilities with safety concerns.

Crew continues to pull meters in San Antonio, Afenas, As Perdido, DanDan, San Vicente and Kannat Tabla.

WATER UPDATES:

As of November 20, 2018, Saipan is at 72 percent water production with a total of 85 out of 131 wells up.

As of 11/20/18, Water crew continues repair major leaks in the distribution lines. Major leaks and downed wells will affect water production since leaks are causing the tanks to drop to low levels and are also preventing water from being released to residents as scheduled.

As the FEMA generators and CUC Power grid system continue to supply energy to the water wells, CUC Water Division will energize the water distribution system throughout the island in order to scout for leaks and test the different tank service area sections for the water scheduled hours.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (1) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (1) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, CLOSED
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Kagman Water Station, CLOSED
As Matuis, CLOSED

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 3, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE. TOTAL (5). FOUR KIYA FEEDERS UNDERGOING REPAIRS AND ASSESSMENT BUT T2 TRANSFORMER OF KIYA SUBSTATION HAS BEEN ENERGIZED.

FEEDER 1 (Areas surrounding Garapan, Puerto Rico, Hotel Street)

As of 11/20/18, 99% of China Town village is energized, but 95 percent of Feeder 1.

FEEDER 2 (More areas surrounding Garapan, Beach Road to Fishing Base, Atkins Kroll

On 11/0/18, Power crew completed pole framing along Garapan main beach road heading to Fishing Base and primary is energized.

On 11/16/18, Power crew completed installation of power poles from Garapan Fishing Base to Atkins Kroll.

On 11/20/18, Marianas Medical Center was energized.

As of 11/20/18, Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware from Garapan to Atkins Kroll.

Crews still performing repairs in this area.

FEEDER 3 (Areas surrounding Middle Road, partials in Garapan toward Chalan Pale Arnold Road)

On November 1, electrical systems of certain water wells in Gualo Rai have been repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections. On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process. On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School.

On November 8, 2018, Feeder 3 is completely online (Hotel Street Area).
Sectionalized feeder outage scheduled for 11/16/18 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. to de-energize utility lines and allow linemen to install “jumpers” on the primary lines near Taro Sue Store along Chalan Pale Arnold Rd. in Garapan. Areas affected: South of Garapan and areas north of Gualo Rai.

Sectionalized feeder outage scheduled for 11/16/18 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. to de-energize utility lines and allow linemen to install “jumpers” on the primary lines near Taro Sue Store along Chalan Pale Arnold Rd. in Garapan. Areas affected: South of Garapan and areas north of Gualo Rai.

FEEDER 4 (Areas surrounding Capitol Hill, As Teo to Kagman)

As of 11/20/18, Power crew continues troubleshooting customers in energized areas with no power issues.

As of 11/20/18, Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware on the primary lines in Kagman II, III & IV.

FEEDER 7 (Areas surrounding Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, Tanapag, San Roque, As Matuis)

As of November 20, 2018, 95 percent of Feeder 7 is complete.

KIYA 1 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kiya going up As Terlaje towards Kannat Tabla and Airport Road and partials of Dandan, Obyan)

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 2 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Northern Marianas College, As Lito towards Koblerville)

Restoration ongoing.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Middle Road from Sugar King onward to Gualo Rai)

Restoration ongoing.
KIYA 4 – OFFLINE (Areas surrounding Chalan Kanoa, Susupe, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym)

Restoration ongoing.

ONGOING ASSESSMENTS:

1. Collection of damaged mount poles – mount transformers
a. KIYA 4 from Susupe Mobil Gas Station to the Substation, continue on to Department of Correction, Texas Road, and Mt. Carmel School 11/5/18.
b. As Lito to Koblerville area 11/6/18
c. St Jude to Koblerville Homestead 11/7/18
d. Koblerville Homestead to San Antonio 11/8/18
e. San Antonio to Chalan Kiya 11/10/18
f. Tun Doi Road 11/12/18, continued on 11/13/18
g. As Terlaje to Chalan Laulau 11/14/18
h. Tanapag and Airport Road 11/15-16/18
i. Airport Road to Dandan Area 11/17-20/18
2. Survey, staking pole installation:
a. Chalan Kanoa to Pacific Island’s Club (PIC)
3. Updating mapping of assessed Feeders and Kiyas
4. Damaged assessments
5. Data encoding of damage assessment and reporting
6. Preparing Mitigation Plan for Post –Super Typhoon Yutu

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can call 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

CUC TINIAN

Primary Source Electric and CUC continue assessment of downed poles.

On 11/12/18, 25 wooden power poles (24-45’ pole and 1-40’ pole) arrived from CUC Rota and moved to CUC’s material temporary staging site on 11/13/18.

On 11/13/18, transformers from GPA arrived.

On 11/16/18, 60 concrete power poles arrived at 11:00 a.m.

11/17/18, 3:25 p.m. – 18 Concrete power poles were transferred to staging site and is ongoing.
On 11/17/18, equipment and vehicles arrived: 4- pick-up trucks, 1 flatbed truck, 7 auger/pressure digger trucks, 5 bucket trucks, 1 backhoe, 1 dolly line trailer and 1 pole trailer- Heavy equipment situated at staging site.

WATER:
1. Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.
2. Distribution assessments and repairs ongoing.

POWER GENERATION: All feeders remain offline but station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

As of November 7, 2018:
Downed or damaged 797 power poles
105 transformers
507,015 linear feet of conductors

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


STATUS UPDATE # 13    11/19/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

As of November 17, 2018, CUC/EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. These assessments are to determine transformers that are damaged and return those that are deemed to be in good working condition. A total of 510 transformers have been collected so far. 362 on Saipan, 148 on Tinian.

2,712 total meters retrieved by Inspectors and Meter Readers from damaged locations, households and facilities with safety concerns.

Crew continues to pull meters in San Antonio, Afenas, As Perdido, DanDan, San Vicente and Kannat Tabla.

ONGOING ASSESSMENTS:

1. Collection of damaged mount poles – mount transformers
a. KIYA 4 from Susupe Mobil Gas Station to the Substation, continue on to Department of Correction, Texas Road, and Mt. Carmel School 11/5/18.
b. As Lito to Koblerville area 11/6/18
c. St Jude to Koblerville Homestead 11/7/18
d. Koblerville Homestead to San Antonio 11/8/18
e. San Antonio to Chalan Kiya 11/10/18
f. Tun Doi Road 11/12/18, continued on 11/13/18
g. As Terlaje to Chalan Laulau 11/14/18
h. Tanapag and Airport Road 11/15-16/18
i. Airport Road to Dandan Area 11/17/18
2. Survey, staking pole installation:
a. Garapan Beach Road towards Fishing Base
b. MHS to Chalan Kanoa
3. Updating mapping of assessed Feeders and Kiyas
4. Damaged assessments
5. Data encoding of damage assessment and reporting
6. Preparing Mitigation Plan for Post –Super Typhoon Yutu

WATER UPDATES:

As of November 17, 2018, Saipan is at 70 percent water production with a total of 82 out of 131 wells up.

As the FEMA generators and CUC Power grid system continue to supply energy to the water wells, CUC Water Division will energize the water distribution system throughout the island in order to scout for leaks and test the different tank service area sections for the water scheduled hours.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (1) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (1) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, CLOSED
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED
Kagman Water Station, CLOSED
As Matuis, CLOSED

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 3, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE. TOTAL (5). FOUR KIYA FEEDERS UNDERGOING REPAIRS AND ASSESSMENT.

FEEDER 1
Primary lines were energized since October 28, 2018 bringing the hospital and adjoining laterals online. On October 29, 2018, the area of Anak’s, upper and lower Navy Hill and lower MIHA were online, with the exception of some laterals because of downed poles. One October 30, 2018, Paganville, Sugar King Estates, Bank of Saipan to China Town (primary lines only), and JG Sablan Ice and Water Company. On November 1, 2018 laterals of the museum north to Bank of Saipan, west of Bank of Guam to Garapan Elem. School east to 99 cents store. On November 2, additional laterals of Navy and laterals behind 99 cents stores and November 3, partial lower base, Sadog Tasi Treatment Plant, Puerto Rico, across Garapan Central Park and remaining areas need installation of power poles. As of 11/5/18, Chalan Galaide lateral remains offline as Power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, and transformers and power crew is repairing laterals and customer drop lines in China Town across former Six – Ten Store. On 11/6/18, laterals on Navy Hill energized.

On November 8, Chalan Galaide remains offline as power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, transformers and is in need of pole replacements. As of 11/9/18, Chalan Galaidi lateral remains offline as Power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, and transformers. Requires pole replacements.

As of 11/13/18, Chalan Galaidi lateral remains offline as Power Crew continue to do work in that area. Requires pole and transformer replacements.

As of 11/14/18, 90% restored, except Chalan Galaidi lateral remains offline as Power Crew continue to do work in that area. Requires pole and transformer replacements.
Isolated lateral to Grace Christian Academy and Rapago Well.

On 11/16/18, China Town village (Garapan Central Park, Gold’s Gym, Aging Office, Sugar King Estate, Commonwealth Drive (Taro Sue in to As Falape), and residents all the way to Morgan Heights). One remaining lateral repaired over the weekend. Isolated cases and work orders still pending.

FEEDER 2
On November 1 to November 3, downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Micro Beach Garapan to Atkins Kroll. Assessment of downed transformers from CUC Oleai to Micro Beach, Garapan Central Park to Payless Shoe Source completed. On 11/5/18 at 3:42 p.m., Feeder 2 energized from Power Plant 1, CPA Seaport, Boating Safety, American Memorial Park, Puerto Rico road behind Army Reserve, Hotel Streets (underground lines). Primary lines, Coconut Street (south of Tony Roma’s) is isolated due to down primary lines. On 11/7/18, power poles installed and repair of primary conductors from Tony Roma’s to Garapan Fishing base and lateral to Country House Restaurant is energized.

On 11/10/18, energized primary lines from Tony Roma’s to Garapan Fishing Base. As of 11/13/18, Power crew continue pole framing along Garapan main beach road heading to Fishing Base.

As of 11/15/18, Power crew continues to install power poles from Garapan Fishing Base to Atkins Kroll. Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware in Garapan.

As of 11/17/18, Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware from Garapan to Atkins Kroll.

FEEDER 3
On November 1, electrical systems of certain water wells in Gualo Rai have been repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections. On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process. On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School.

On November 8, 2018, Feeder 3 is completely online (Hotel Street Area).
Sectionalized feeder outage scheduled for 11/16/18 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. to de-energize utility lines and allow linemen to install “jumpers” on the primary lines near Taro Sue Store along Chalan Pale Arnold Rd. in Garapan. Areas affected: South of Garapan and areas north of Gualo Rai.

FEEDER 4
On 11/1/18, CUC installed 5 power poles on Feeder 4 going up to Capitol Hill
On 11/2/18, installed 2 remaining power poles.
On 11/5/14, water wells CH-1 and CH-3 are energized as of 5:40 p.m..
On 11/1/18, at 6:18 p.m, Feeder 4 went online – Lower Base to Capitol Hill (intersection before Capitol Hill Post Office).
On 11/3/18, laterals onlilne, Wushin Gas, Lower Base next to CUC pole yard
On 11/3/18, Delivered power poles to As Teo and Kagman near water well areas.
On 11/4/18, 1ST and 2nd partial is online. 2nd partial energized at 9:03 a.m. which includes Capitol Hill 1200 blocks, ESCO, Sara Market, Former EMO, Commerce, going to I Denni, Sadog Tasi to Victor Torres, PSS Building, Marshall Loop (across Sara Market)
On 11/5/18, Power crew completed framing and pulling conductor from the entrance of Santa Lourdes to Kagman to prepare to energize Santa Lourdes to Kagman Mobil and Power crew Isolated laterals of old EMO to Mt. Tapachou to clear down power poles, power lines, and transformers.

On 11/7/18, framed and installed conductors from Kagman Mobil to Santa Soledad, isolated customers’ laterals from Mt. Tapachou to Mt. Tapachou antenna and continue clearing down power poles, power lines, and transformers and isolated customers laterals from Capital Hill to Kagman to continue power and water repairs.

On November 8, 2018, auto-trip at 8:39 a.m. and went back online by 9:54 a.m. caused by transformer blow out and lateral from Kagman Mobil to Kagman Market energized.

On 11/10/18, Agag Water Well online at 2:43 p.m., restoration of 3 phase primary lines for CH-2 Water Wells, continue repairs in Papago area (single phase, laterals, secondary and drop services).

On 11/13/18, framed 3 (40’ primary) power poles, 3 (35’ secondary) power poles, to energize As Teo laterals. Framed power poles to the entrance of Kagman 1 and 2, installed and framed 7 (45’ primary) power poles. Power crew continues repairing single phase, laterals, secondary and drop services in Papago. Power crew continues to trouble shooting customers in energized areas with no power issues.

On 11/13/18, framed power poles to the entrance of Kagman 1 and 2, installed and framed 7 (45’ primary) power poles. As of 11/13/18, Power crew continues repairing single phase, laterals, secondary and drop services in Papago.

As of 11/14 to 11/18, Power crew continues to trouble shooting customers in energized areas with no power issues. Power crew continues to repair and replace damaged conductors and hardware in Garapan and Kagman I, II & III.

FEEDER 7
From Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, and Marpi online. Certain laterals of NMTI, transit bus station, Tanapag Mobil and across Camacho compound, Tanapag school, the Water Company, San Roque Fire Station, San Roque Church, and certain As Matuis laterals. As of 11/4/18, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals As Matuis, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals in Tanagpag.

On 11/5/18, isolated laterals in As Matuis to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers and isolated laterals in Tanapag to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers.

CUC crew also isolated laterals in As Matuis due to damages on primary lines, Entrance of As Matuis to Kan Pacific is energized and Marianas Resort to Camille Gardens is energized.

On 11/5/18, Entrance of As Matuis to Kan Pacific is energized. Marianas Resort to Camille Gardens is energized. On 11/6/18, 4 wooden power poles were installed in lateral areas, laterals in Santa Remedios road in Tanapag and As Matuis area were energized.

On 11/7/18, isolated customers’ laterals in As Matuis – repaired secondary and drop lines to energize customers, ready to energize San Roque Shell Gas Station, energized As Matuis Radar, SR2 energized. Generator set can be relocated to another CUC facility.

Isolated laterals in Tanapag – repaired secondary and drop lines to energize customers, energized lateral to Tanapag Elementary School, and replaced primary pole in front of Tanapag Mobil Gas Station.

On November 8-9, 2018, power crew continue repairs secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals.

On 11/9/18, Isolate laterals Tanapag to As Mahetog – repairing secondary and drop lines to energize customers.

As of 11/13/18, Power crew continues trouble shooting customers in energized areas with no power issues.

As of 11/15 through 11/18, pending five (5) 40’ power pole installations in As Matuis heading to Kan Pacific.

KIYA 1 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, CUC installed a total of 29 wooden power poles from Chalan Kiya substation going up As Terlaje. CUC installed 16 power poles on Airport Road and continues erecting poles throughout, including 36 more poles to Isley Field. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue erecting and straightening poles from Airport road to Isley area. Installed 23 wooden poles and straigtened 9 concrete and 5 wooden poles. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area.

On 11/6/18, CUC installed 20 wooden and 1 concrete pole and straightened 9 wooden and 1 concrete pole in Dandan.
Power crew pulled and installed 130 span primary power lines from Kiya Substation to As Terlaje road and GPA erected 16 Kiya 1/ Kiya 2.

On November 7, 2018, power crew installed 27 poles and installed 10 primary span conductors.

On 11/8/18, Power crew erected 12 (45’ wooden power poles). Power crew installed 12 (40’ wooden power poles), 2 (35’ wooden power poles), 15 (45’ wooden power poles)

On 11/9/18, straightened 4 (45’ concrete) and 2 (45’ wooden) power poles, framed 11 power poles and pulled 7 span of conductors.

On 11/11/18, Power crew work in progress along Koblerville, straightened 8 (45’ concrete) power poles and installed 7 (45’ wooden) power pole, and pulled 13 spans primary wire along Herman Rd.

KIYA 2 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, four Koblerville water wells are ready but crew continues to clear downed power poles and lines in Dan Dan and Obyan areas. On 11/4/18, Power crews continue to work on the double circuit Kiya 2. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area. On 11/6/17, GPA pulled 68 span primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Distribution Feeders.

On November 8, 2018, crew installed secondary power lines and drop service to energize FEMA generators for the Isley water wells.

On 11/8/18, installed 7 spans of primary lines. On 11/9/18, Kiya 1 Substation to Shell Gas Station Dandan is ready to be energized, framed power poles to the entrance to Kanat Tabla to Kanat Tabla Water Well, ongoing power pole framing from Shell Gas Dandan to Herman’s Bakery, completed installation of Herman’s Bakery to Isley Field Water Wells, work ongoing from Shell Gas Station to As Lito, work ongoing from CPA Power Plant to Obyan Wells.

On 11/10/18 at 6:25 pm, Kiya Substation to Airport Adios sign was energized. Restoration of 3-phase primary lines for the Water Wells in Kanat Tabla.

On 11/11/18, energized from the entrance of Kanat Tabla up to the Kanat Tabla (telemetry) tank and some residents.

Power crew continues to pull primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Feeders.

On 11/15/18, completed framing, stringed conductors and installed transformers in As Terlaje to energize residents. Repaired conductors and installed transformers for As Terlaje Water Tank. Power crew continues to pull primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Feeders.

On 11/16/18, energized laterals in Kanat Tabla, except for the area going to San Pedro chapel. On 11/17/18, Kiya 1 – energized primary from Adios sign (Airport Road) to Commonwealth Ports Authoriy (CPA).

On 11/17/18, Kiya 1 work in progress currently in area behind Joeten Dandan Building. Power crew continues to pull primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Feeders. Power crew continues to repair and install conductors, transformers and hardware.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE
Downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Payless to J’s and collection of damaged transformers and removal of hardware and conductors from EUCON to Sugar King has been completed.

As of 11/9/18, assessment of down power lines, transformers, and power poles ongoing.

On 11/10/18, Power crew continued restringing of the main conductors on middle road (Taro Sue).

As of 11/13 to 11/15, continued assessment of down power lines, transformers, and power poles ongoing.

On 11/16/18, completed installations of power poles from Taro Sue to W-5 Lift Station, Chalan Kiya. As of 11/17/18, work in progress – repair and replace conductors, transformers and hardware from Taro Sue to Gualo Rai.

KIYA 4 – OFFLINE
Cleared and removed down power pole and hardware at Mt. Carmel Cathedral and Ada Gym area.

As of November 13 to 15, 2018, ongoing clearing of downed power poles, transformers, and conductors from Susupe area to Chalan Kanoa Texas Road.

On 11/16/18, completed installations of 13 power poles from W-5 Lift Station, Chalan Kiya to Ada Gym.

As of 11/17/18, work in progress – install power poles and straightened power poles from Ada Gym to Chalan Kanoa (Post Office traffic light).

KIYA-SUBSTATION
On 11/3/18, integrity check of Power Plant Substation Transformer #1 & #2 are in progress. On 11/4/18 to 11/8/18, Substation engineers & relay technicians continue testing at Power Generation and Kiya Substation. Personnel continue inspection in preparation for energizing substation.

On 11/9/18, switching procedures to re-energizing Power Plant T1 in process.

As of 11/10/18, the 34.5 kVA underground transmission cable from Power Plant 1 to the Kiya Substation is energized at 4:02 p.m. The T1 transformer is now ready to go online to supply power through to Kiya Substation and to our residents.

As of 11/12/18, the crews continue to work on the T2 transformer.

On 11/13/18, T2 was energized at 9:00 a.m.

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can call 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

CUC TINIAN

Primary Source Electric and CUC continue assessment of downed poles.

On 11/12/18, 25 wooden power poles (24-45’ pole and 1-40’ pole) arrived from CUC Rota and moved to CUC’s material temporary staging site on 11/13/18.

On 11/13/18, transformers from GPA arrived.

On 11/16/18, 60 concrete power poles arrived at 11:00 a.m.

11/17/18, 3:25 p.m. – 18 Concrete power poles were transferred to staging site and is ongoing.

On 11/17/18, equipment and vehicles arrived: 4- pick-up trucks, 1 flatbed truck, 7 auger/pressure digger trucks, 5 bucket trucks, 1 backhoe, 1 dolly line trailer and 1 pole trailer- Heavy equipment situated at staging site.

EPA COLLECTION OF TRANSFORMERS SO FAR: 148

WATER:
1. Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 100% online in San Jose Village, Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and Marpo Heights I and II.
2. Distribution assessments and repairs ongoing.

POWER GENERATION: All feeders remain offline but station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

As of November 7, 2018:
Downed or damaged 797 power poles
105 transformers
507,015 linear feet of conductors

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Pole dressing continues today along Middle Road towards the South.

11/19/2018

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STATUS UPDATE # 10   11/10/2018

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

As of 11/9/18, 2,240 total meters retrieved by Inspectors and Meter Readers from damaged locations, households and facilities with safety concerns.

Crew continues to pull meters in Afetnas, Dandan, and As Perdido. The latest count for the following damages have been assessed: 1,265 power poles, 696 transformers, and 763,140 linear feet of conductors.

EPA continues to assist power personnel collect and record damaged transformers and will coordinate shipping of the damaged transformers for disposal. A total of 205 transformers have been collected.

ADDITIONAL LINECREW ASSISTANCE:

On November 2, 2018, 4 linemen arrived from CUC Rota to assist with restoration efforts.

On November 3, 2018, CUC has been offered and has accepted assistance by Kosrae, Pohnpei, and Chuuk Utilities and is coordinating the additional linemen assistance. CUC is in coordination with Palau for additional linemen assistance as well. This weekend, crew from Kosrae and Pohnpei will arrive to assist.

WATER UPDATES:

As the FEMA generators and CUC Power grid system continue to supply energy to the water wells, CUC Water Division will energize the water distribution system throughout the island in order to scout for leaks and test the different tank service area sections for the water scheduled hours.

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS AS ASSESSMENTS AND POLE REPAIRS CONTINUE.

SAIPAN WATER TANK SERVICE AREAS – ENERGIZED WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM NOVEMBER 10, 2018.

The schedules below may be affected by unanticipated interruptions caused by leaks in the distribution system, leaks in customer homes, loss of generator power or power interruption from island power, low water tank levels, and other reasons. Every attempt will be made to restore water as soon as possible based on the planned water schedule for the day.

NORTH SIDE

📍MARPI TSA

Section 1: As Matuis Homestead – Anticipated 24 hours.

Section 2: Parts of As Matuis Village and San Roque (Suto Drive to Esmerallda Drive) – Anticipated to open 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Section 3: Achugao Village, Tanapag Village, As Mahetog Village, and Parts of Lower Base (Esmerallda Drive to Sisonyan Road) – Anticipated to open 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

📍 CAPITOL HILL/AGAG TSA

Section 1: As Teo Village/Santa Lourdes Village – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 2: Papago – Papago Drive, Susogi Drive, Isa Drive from Kagman Drive to Betbena Drive. – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 3: 1300 Block and Wireless Ridge – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 4: 1200 Block, Talogogo Road, Egigi Road, Isa Drive from 1300 Block to Kagman Road – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 5: Tapochao Road – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

📍RABAGAU TSA

As Rabagau Village and Sadog Tasi Village – Anticipated 24 hour service.

📍PUERTO RICO TSA

Section 1: Puerto Rico Village and Northern Garpan Village (Between Micro Beach Road and Orchid Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: Central Garapan Village (Between Orchid Street and Kopa Di Oru Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 3: Southern Garapan Village (Between Kopa Di Oru Street and Gualo Rai Road) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 4: Northern Chalan Laulau (Middle Rd. North of Pumpkin Street and Beach Road North of Gold Beach Hotel) – 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

📍CALHOUN TSA

Section 1: Upper Navy Hill to Susuge Drive, Maturana Village, Diboto Lane, Gloria Drive, and Navy Hill Road between the Afal Street and CHCC) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: China Town Village (Downstream of Komiti Avenue) – 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Section 3: Isla Drive between Susuge Drive and Puerto Rico Drive. – Anticipated schedule for 24 hours.

Section 4: Chalan Galaide Village – 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

📍GUALO RAI TSA

Section 1: Upper Gualo Rai (Earhart Drive) – Water may be released today depending on tank levels.

Section 2: Lower Gualo Rai (Gualo Rai Road) – 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

SOUTH SIDE

📍ISLEY TSA

Section 1: Koblerville Village, Agingan, Afetna Village, Part of San Antonio Village – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Section 2: Part of San Antonio Village and Chalan Piao Village – 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Section 3: Chalan Kanoa Village – Service will resume today, Saturday, November 10th. Service is expected every other day.

Section 4: Susupe Village and San Jose Village – Service will resume today, Saturday, November 10th. Service is expected every other day.

Section 5: Parts of Chalan Laulau on Beach Road from Chalan Monsignor Guerrero (Atkins Kroll) to Quarter Master Road – Service will resume today, Saturday, November 10th. Service is expected every other day.

📍SAN VICENTE TSA

Section 1: San Vicente School, SV Loop and Tuturam Dr. – Anticipated 24 hours, depending on tank level.

Section 2: Dandan Rd from Isa Dr. to Ayuda St. – Anticipated 24 hours, depending on tank level.

Section 3: Dandan Homestead to Naftan Rd. – Water service depends on tank level.

📍KANNAT TABLA TSA

Section 1: Chalan Kiya Village and Upper Kannat Tabla Village (North of Manila Lane) – Service will depend on tank level.

Section 2: Lower Kannat Tabla Village (South of Manila Lane), Fina Sisu Village, and As Lito (north of As Perdido Road) – Lower Kannat Tabla Village – Service will depend on tank level.

Section 3: Fina Sisu Village and Chalan Monsignor Martinez Road between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and As Perdido Road) – No service today due to low tank level.

📍KAGMAN TSA

Section 1: Portions of Kagman 3 Village and Laolao Bay – 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Section 2: Kagman 1, Kagman 2 and Kagman 4 – 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

📍PAPAGO TSA

Section 1: Upper San Vicente (Stanford) – Service will depend on tank level.

Section 2: San Vicente PRV Isa Drive Rd areas and Portions of Upper San Vicente – Service will depend on tank level.

📍 DANDAN TSA

Dan Dan Homestead – Service will depend on tank level.
Chalan Monsignor Martinez Road South to Tottotville and Adobo Drive, partial As Perdido, partial As Lito. – Service will depend on tank level.

Airport Road South of Exploring Drive to As Lito Drive (partial of As Lito and Dagu Village) – Service will depend on tank level.

📍AS TERLAJE TSA

Section 1: As Terlaje Village and Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and Quarter Master Road) – 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Section 2: Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Beach Road to Quarter Master Road) Service will depend on tank level.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (3) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (3) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Kagman Water Station, located on the road across Kagman Market from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, located near the quarry, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
As Matuis, CLOSED

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 2, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE. TOTAL (4). FIVE KIYA FEEDERS UNDERGOING REPAIRS AND ASSESSMENT.

FEEDER 1
Primary lines were energized since October 28, 2018 bringing the hospital and adjoining laterals online. On October 29, 2018, the area of Anak’s, upper and lower Navy Hill and lower MIHA were online, with the exception of some laterals because of downed poles. One October 30, 2018, Paganville, Sugar King Estates, Bank of Saipan to China Town (primary lines only), and JG Sablan Ice and Water Company. On November 1, 2018 laterals of the museum north to Bank of Saipan, west of Bank of Guam to Garapan Elem. School east to 99 cents store. On November 2, additional laterals of Navy and laterals behind 99 cents stores and November 3, partial lower base, Sadog Tasi Treatment Plant, Puerto Rico, across Garapan Central Park and remaining areas need installation of power poles. As of 11/5/18, Chalan Galaide lateral remains offline as Power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, and transformers and power crew is repairing laterals and customer drop lines in China Town across former Six – Ten Store. On 11/6/18, laterals on Navy Hill energized.

On November 8, Chalan Galaide remains offline as power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, transformers and is in need of pole replacements. As of 11/9/18, Chalan Galaidi lateral remains offline as Power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, and transformers. Requires pole replacements.

FEEDER 2
On November 1 to November 3, downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Micro Beach Garapan to Atkins Kroll. Assessment of downed transformers from CUC Oleai to Micro Beach, Garapan Central Park to Payless Shoe Source completed. On 11/5/18 at 3:42 p.m., Feeder 2 energized from Power Plant 1, CPA Seaport, Boating Safety, American Memorial Park, Puerto Rico road behind Army Reserve, Hotel Streets (underground lines). Primary lines, Coconut Street (south of Tony Roma’s) is isolated due to down primary lines. On 11/7/18, power poles installed and repair of primary conductors from Tony Roma’s to Garapan Fishing base and lateral to Country House Restaurant is energized.

FEEDER 3
On November 1, electrical systems of certain water wells in Gualo Rai have been repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections. On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process. On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School.

On November 8, 2018, Feeder 3 is completely online (Hotel Street Area).

FEEDER 4
On 11/1/18, CUC installed 5 power poles on Feeder 4 going up to Capitol Hill
On 11/2/18, installed 2 remaining power poles.
On 11/5/14, water wells CH-1 and CH-3 are energized as of 5:40 p.m..
On 11/1/18, at 6:18 p.m, Feeder 4 went online – Lower Base to Capitol Hill (intersection before Capitol Hill Post Office).
On 11/3/18, laterals onlilne, Wushin Gas, Lower Base next to CUC pole yard
On 11/3/18, Delivered power poles to As Teo and Kagman near water well areas.
On 11/4/18, 1ST and 2nd partial is online. 2nd partial energized at 9:03 a.m. which includes Capitol Hill 1200 blocks, ESCO, Sara Market, Former EMO, Commerce, going to I Denni, Sadog Tasi to Victor Torres, PSS Building, Marshall Loop (across Sara Market)
On 11/5/18, Power crew completed framing and pulling conductor from the entrance of Santa Lourdes to Kagman to prepare to energize Santa Lourdes to Kagman Mobil and Power crew Isolated laterals of old EMO to Mt. Tapachou to clear down power poles, power lines, and transformers.

On 11/7/18, framed and installed conductors from Kagman Mobil to Santa Soledad, isolated customers’ laterals from Mt. Tapachou to Mt. Tapachou antenna and continue clearing down power poles, power lines, and transformers and isolated customers laterals from Capital Hill to Kagman to continue power and water repairs.

On November 8, 2018, auto-trip at 8:39 a.m. and went back online by 9:54 a.m. caused by transformer blow out and lateral from Kagman Mobil to Kagman Market energized.

FEEDER 7
From Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, and Marpi online. Certain laterals of NMTI, transit bus station, Tanapag Mobil and across Camacho compound, Tanapag school, the Water Company, San Roque Fire Station, San Roque Church, and certain As Matuis laterals. As of 11/4/18, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals As Matuis, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals in Tanagpag.

On 11/5/18, isolated laterals in As Matuis to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers and isolated laterals in Tanapag to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers.

CUC crew also isolated laterals in As Matuis due to damages on primary lines, Entrance of As Matuis to Kan Pacific is energized and Marianas Resort to Camille Gardens is energized.

On 11/5/18, Entrance of As Matuis to Kan Pacific is energized. Marianas Resort to Camille Gardens is energized. On 11/6/18, 4 wooden power poles were installed in lateral areas, laterals in Santa Remedios road in Tanapag and As Matuis area were energized.

On 11/7/18, isolated customers’ laterals in As Matuis – repaired secondary and drop lines to energize customers, ready to energize San Roque Shell Gas Station, energized As Matuis Radar, SR2 energized. Generator set can be relocated to another CUC facility.

Isolated laterals in Tanapag – repaired secondary and drop lines to energize customers, energized lateral to Tanapag Elementary School, and replaced primary pole in front of Tanapag Mobil Gas Station.

On November 8-9, 2018, power crew continue repairs secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals.

KIYA 1 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, CUC installed a total of 29 wooden power poles from Chalan Kiya substation going up As Terlaje. CUC installed 16 power poles on Airport Road and continues erecting poles throughout, including 36 more poles to Isley Field. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue erecting and straightening poles from Airport road to Isley area. Installed 23 wooden poles and straigtened 9 concrete and 5 wooden poles. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area.

On 11/6/18, CUC installed 20 wooden and 1 concrete pole and straightened 9 wooden and 1 concrete pole in Dandan.
Power crew pulled and installed 130 span primary power lines from Kiya Substation to As Terlaje road and GPA erected 16 Kiya 1/ Kiya 2.

On November 7, 2018, power crew installed 27 poles and installed 10 primary span conductors.

KIYA 2 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, four Koblerville water wells are ready but crew continues to clear downed power poles and lines in Dan Dan and Obyan areas. On 11/4/18, Power crews continue to work on the double circuit Kiya 2. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area. On 11/6/17, GPA pulled 68 span primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Distribution Feeders.

On November 8, 2018, crew installed secondary power lines and drop service to energize FEMA generators for the Isley water wells.

On 11/8/18, installed 7 spans of primary lines. On 11/9/18, Kiya 1 Substation to Shell Gas Station Dandan is ready to be energized, framed power poles to the entrance to Kanat Tabla to Kanat Tabla Water Well, ongoing power pole framing from Shell Gas Dandan to Herman’s Bakery, completed installation of Herman’s Bakery to Isley Field Water Wells, work ongoing from Shell Gas Station to As Lito, work ongoing from CPA Power Plant to Obyan Wells.

Power crew continues to pull primary power lines for Kiya 1 and Kiya 2 Feeders.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE
Downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Payless to J’s and collection of damaged transformers and removal of hardware and conductors from EUCON to Sugar King has been completed.

As of 11/9/18, assessment of down power lines, transformers, and power poles ongoing.

KIYA 4 – OFFLINE
Cleared and removed down power pole and hardware at Mt. Carmel Cathedral and Ada Gym area. Ongoing clearing of downed power poles, transformers, and conductors from Susupe area to Chalan Kanoa Texas Road.

KIYA-SUBSTATION
On 11/3/18, integrity check of Power Plant Substation Transformer #1 & #2 are in progress. On 11/4/18 to 11/8/18, Substation engineers & relay technicians continue testing at Power Generation and Kiya Substation. Personnel continue inspection in preparation for energizing substation.

On 11/9/18, switching procedures to re-energizing Power Plant T1 in process.

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can call 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

CUC TINIAN

Logistics have a staging area set for the arrival of 200 poles and heavy equipment in the coming days. EPA will begin collection of downed transformers on Friday. Primary Source Electric and CUC continue assessment of downed poles.

POWER GENERATION: All feeders remain offline but station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

As of November 7, 2018:
Downed or damaged 797 power poles
105 transformers
507,015 linear feet of conductors

EPA COLLECTION OF TRANSFORMERS SO FAR: 17

WATER:
1. Maui II Pump Station remains operational and water is 98% online in San Jose Village & partial areas in Marpo Valley, Carolinas Heights, and partial areas in Marpo Heights I and II.
2. Marpo Valley Water Station remains open for the public to get water from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
3. A total of 16 water line damage repaired- 4 main lines and 12 service laterals.
4. Distribution assessments and repairs ongoing.

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

CUC ROTA

All systems are back to normal as of the evening of 10/27/18.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 7    11/08/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

WATER UPDATES:

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS, WITH DAMAGED TANK LEVEL GAUGES, PIPE DAMAGE BEING ASSESSED.

SAIPAN WATER TANK SERVICE AREAS – ENERGIZED WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM NOVEMBER 6, 2018.

The schedules below may be affected by unanticipated interruptions caused by leaks in the distribution system, leaks in customer homes, loss of generator power or power interruption from island power, low water tank levels, and other reasons. Every attempt will be made to restore water as soon as possible based on the planned water schedule for the day.

NORTH SIDE

📍MARPI TSA

Section 1: As Matuis Homestead – Anticipated 24 hours.

Section 2: Parts of As Matuis Village and San Roque (Suto Drive to Esmerallda Drive) – Anticipated to open 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM.

Section 3: Achugao Village, Tanapag Village, As Mahetog Village, and Parts of Lower Base (Esmerallda Drive to Sisonyan Road) – Anticipated to open 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM.

📍 CAPITOL HILL/AGAG TSA

Section 1: As Teo Village/Santa Lourdes Village – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 2: Papago – Papago Drive, Susogi Drive, Isa Drive from Kagman Drive to Betbena Drive. – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 3: 1300 Block and Wireless Ridge – Anticipated 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Section 4: 1200 Block, Talogogo Road, Egigi Road, Isa Drive from 1300 Block to Kagman Road – Online. Anticipated 24 hours.

Section 5: Tapochao Road – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

📍RABAGAU TSA

As Rabagau Village and Sadog Tasi Village – Anticipated 24 hour service.

📍PUERTO RICO TSA

Section 1: Puerto Rico Village and Northern Garpan Village (Between Micro Beach Road and Orchid Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: Central Garapan Village (Between Orchid Street and Kopa Di Oru Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 3: Southern Garapan Village (Between Kopa Di Oru Street and Gualo Rai Road) – Anticipated Schedule for 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

📍CALHOUN TSA

Section 1: Upper Navy Hill to Susuge Drive, Maturana Village, Diboto Lane, Gloria Drive, and Navy Hill Road between the Afal Street and CHCC) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: China Town Village (Downstream of Komiti Avenue) – 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Section 3: Isla Drive between Susuge Drive and Puerto Rico Drive. – Anticipated schedule for 24 hours.

Section 4: Chalan Galaide Village – 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

📍GUALO RAI TSA

Section 1: Upper Gualo Rai (Earhart Drive) – Water may be released today depending on tank levels.

Section 2: Lower Gualo Rai (Gualo Rai Road) – 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

SOUTH SIDE

📍ISLEY TSA

Section 1: Koblerville Village, Agingan, Afetna Village, Part of San Antonio Village – Water will go offline at 9:00 a.m. in order to serve the other sections in the Isley TSA.

Section 2: Part of San Antonio Village and Chalan Piao Village – No service today. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 3: Chalan Kanoa Village – 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 4: Susupe Village and San Jose Village – 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

📍SAN VICENTE TSA

Section 1: San Vicente School, SV Loop and Tuturam Dr. – Shelter only – Anticipated 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Section 2: Dandan Rd from Isa Dr. to Ayuda St. – No service today; water may be released depending on tank level.

Section 3: Dandan Homestead to Naftan Rd. – No service today; water may be released depending on tank level.

📍KANNAT TABLA TSA

Section 1: Chalan Kiya Village and Upper Kannat Tabla Village (North of Manila Lane) – 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Section 2: Lower Kannat Tabla Village (South of Manila Lane), Fina Sisu Village, and As Lito (north of As Perdido Road) – Lowe Kannat Tabla is 24 hours. Water may be released today for Fina Sisu and As Lito depending on tank levels.

Section 3: Fina Sisu Village and Chalan Monsignor Martinez Road between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and As Perdido Road) – Water may be released depending on tank levels.

📍KAGMAN TSA

Section 1: Portions of Kagman 3 Village and Laolao Bay – Wells are offline due to transmission water main line break. Kagman Community Center will be online – 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Section 2: Kagman 1, Kagman 2 and Kagman 4 – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level – Water will be released from 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM dependent on tank levels.

📍PAPAGO TSA

Section 1: Upper San Vicente (Stanford) – No service. Major leaks in area.

Section 2: San Vicente PRV Isa Drive Rd areas and Portions of Upper San Vicente – 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

📍 DANDAN TSA

Dan Dan Homestead – No service due to low tank level.

Chalan Monsignor Martinez Road South to Tottotville and Adobo Drive, partial As Perdido, partial As Lito. – No service due to low tank level.

Airport Road South of Exploring Drive to As Lito Drive (partial of As Lito and Dagu Village) – No service due to low tank level.
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📍AS TERLAJE TSA

Section 1: As Terlaje Village and Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and Quarter Master Road) – 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Section 2: Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Beach Road to Quarter Master Road) – 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (3) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (3) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Kagman Water Station, located on the road across Kagman Market from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, located near the quarry, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Navy Hill Water Station, CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
As Matuis, CLOSED DUE TO LOW WATER LEVELS

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.

FEEDER 1
Primary lines were energized since October 28, 2018 bringing the hospital and adjoining laterals online. On October 29, 2018, the area of Anak’s, upper and lower Navy Hill and lower MIHA were online, with the exception of some laterals because of downed poles. One October 30, 2018, Paganville, Sugar King Estates, Bank of Saipan to China Town (primary lines only), and JG Sablan Ice and Water Company. On November 1, 2018 laterals of the museum north to Bank of Saipan, west of Bank of Guam to Garapan Elem. School east to 99 cents store. On November 2, additional laterals of Navy and laterals behind 99 cents stores and November 3, partial lower base, Sadog Tasi Treatment Plant, Puerto Rico, across Garapan Central Park and remaining areas need installation of power poles. As of 11/5/18, Chalan Galaidi lateral remains offlline as Power crew continue clearing down power poles, conductors, and transformers and power crew is repairing laterals and customer drop lines in China Town across former Six – Ten Store.

FEEDER 2
On November 1 to November 3, downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Micro Beach Garapan to Atkins Kroll. Assessment of downed transformers from CUC Oleai to Micro Beach, Garapan Central Park to Payless Shoe Source completed. On 11/5/18 at 3:42 p.m., Feeder 2 energized from Power Plant 1, CPA Seaport, Boating Safety, American Memorial Park, Puerto Rico road behind Army Reserve, Hotel Streets (underground lines). Primary lines, Coconut Street (south of Tony Roma’s) is isolated due to down primary lines.

FEEDER 3
On November 1, electrical systems of certain water wells in Gualo Rai have been repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections. On 11/4/18, ready to be energize pending signatures switching procedures in process. On 11/5/18, primary lines energized at 6:48 p.m. from Power Generation to S4 Lift Station near Garapan Elementary School.

FEEDER 4
On 11/1/18, CUC installed 5 power poles on Feeder 4 going up to Capitol Hill
On 11/2/18, installed 2 remaining power poles.
On 11/5/14, water wells CH-1 and CH-3 are energized as of 5:40 p.m..
On 11/1/18, at 6:18 p.m, Feeder 4 went online – Lower Base to Capitol Hill (intersection before Capitol Hill Post Office).
On 11/3/18, laterals onlilne, Wushin Gas, Lower Base next to CUC pole yard
On 11/3/18, Delivered power poles to As Teo and Kagman near water well areas.
On 11/4/18, 1ST and 2nd partial is online. 2nd partial energized at 9:03 a.m. which includes Capitol Hill 1200 blocks, ESCO, Sara Market, Former EMO, Commerce, going to I Denni, Sadog Tasi to Victor Torres, PSS Building, Marshall Loop (across Sara Market)
On 11/5/18, Power crew completed framing and pulling conductor from the entrance of Santa Lourdes to Kagman to prepare to energize Santa Lourdes to Kagman Mobil and Power crew Isolated laterals of old EMO to Mt. Tapachou to clear down power poles, power lines, and transformers.

FEEDER 7
From Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, and Marpi online. Certain laterals of NMTI, transit bus station, Tanapag Mobil and across Camacho compound, Tanapag school, the Water Company, San Roque Fire Station, San Roque Church, and certain As Matuis laterals. As of 11/4/18, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals As Matuis, Power crew repairing secondary and drop lines to continue energizing laterals in Tanagpag.

On 11/5/18, isolated laterals in As Matuis to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers and isolated laterals in Tanapag to repair secondary and drop lines to energize customers.

CUC crew also isolated laterals in As Matuis due to damages on primary lines, Entrance of As Matuis to Kan Pacific is energized and Marianas Resort to Camille Gardens is energized.

KIYA 1 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, CUC installed a total of 29 wooden power poles from Chalan Kiya substation going up As Terlaje. CUC installed 16 power poles on Airport Road and continues erecting poles throughout, including 36 more poles to Isley Field. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue erecting and straightening poles from Airport road to Isley area. Installed 23 wooden poles and straigtened 9 concrete and 5 wooden poles. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area.

KIYA 2 – OFFLINE
From November 1 to November 3, four Koblerville water wells are ready but crew continues to clear downed power poles and lines in Dan Dan and Obyan areas. On 11/4/18, Power crews continue to work on the double circuit Kiya 2. As of 11/5/18, Power crews continue to sag double circuit, erect, and straighten wooden and concrete poles in NMC area and Dandan area.

KIYA 3 – OFFLINE
Downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Payless to J’s and collection of damaged transformers and removal of hardware and conductors from EUCON to Sugar King has been completed.

KIYA 4 – OFFLINE
Cleared and removed down power pole and hardware at Mt. Carmel Cathedral and Ada Gym area. Ongoing clearing of downed power poles, transformers, and conductors from Susupe area to Chalan Kanoa Texas Road.

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can call 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

CUC TINIAN

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Power Generation: All feeders remain offline but station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Partial Power Assessment:
Downed or damaged 797 power poles
105 transformers
294,240 linear feet of conductors

WATER:

DISTRIBUTION HAS BEEN REVISED TO 2:30 P.M. TO 6PM AT MAUL WELL JUST FOR NOV. 6.

Island-wide water services remain offline.
Marpo Valley Water Station remains open for the public to get water from 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Maui II Pump Station remains operation and water is partially online in San Jose Village & partial areas in Marpo Valley, Carolina Heights, and partial areas in Marpo Heights 1 and 2.
A total of 16 water line damage repaired – 4 main lines and 12 service laterals.
Distribution assessments and repairs are ongoing.



STATUS UPDATE #5   11/06/18

SAIPAN WATER TANK SERVICE AREAS – ENERGIZED WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AS OF 4:00 P.M., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2018

The schedules below may be affected by unanticipated interruptions caused by leaks in the distribution system, leaks in customer homes, loss of generator power or power interruption from island power, low water tank levels, and other reasons. Every attempt will be made to restore water as soon as possible based on the planned water schedule for the day.

📍PUERTO RICO TSA

Section 1: Puerto Rico Village and Northern Garpan Village (Between Micro Beach Road and Orchid Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: Central Garapan Village (Between Orchid Street and Kopa Di Oru Street) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 3: Southern Garapan Village (Between Kopa Di Oru Street and Gualo Rai Road) – Anticipated Schedule for 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

📍CALHOUN TSA

Section 1: Upper Navy Hill to Susuge Drive, Maturana Village, Diboto Lane, Gloria Drive, and Navy Hill Road between the Afal Street and CHCC) – Anticipated Schedule for 24 hours.

Section 2: China Town Village (Downstream of Komiti Avenue) – No service due low tank level. Water was shut off at 12:30 p.m. and is expected to be released again tomorrow.

Section 3: Isla Drive between Susuge Drive and Puerto Rico Drive. – Anticipated schedule for 2:00 p.m.

Section 4: Chalan Galaide Village – Offline. Water expected to be released tomorrow.

📍ISLEY TSA

Section 1: Koblerville Village, Agingan, Afetna Village, Part of San Antonio Village – No service today. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 2: Part of San Antonio Village and Chalan Piao Village – No service today. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 3: Chalan Kanoa Village – No service today. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 4: Susupe Village and San Jose Village – Anticipated 1:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m. (may be extended)

📍SAN VICENTE TSA

Section 1: San Vicente School, SV Loop and Tuturam Dr. – Shelter only – Anticipated 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Section 2: Dandan Rd from Isa Dr. to Ayuda St. – No Service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 3: Dandan Homestead to Naftan Rd. – No Service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

📍MARPI TSA

Section 1: As Matuis Homestead – Anticipated 24 hours.

Section 2: Parts of As Matuis Village and San Roque (Suto Drive to Esmerallda Drive) – No service. Water was shut off at 11:20 a.m. due to leaks. Water will open again from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.

Section 3: Achugao Village, Tanapag Village, As Mahetog Village, and Parts of Lower Base (Esmerallda Drive to Sisonyan Road) – No service. Water was shut off due to leaks. Water will open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.

📍KANNAT TABLA TSA

Section 1: Chalan Kiya Village and Upper Kannat Tabla Village (North of Manila Lane) – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 2: Lower Kannat Tabla Village (South of Manila Lane), Fina Sisu Village, and As Lito (north of As Perdido Road) – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 3: Fina Sisu Village and Chalan Monsignor Martinez Road between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and As Perdido Road) – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

📍KAGMAN TSA

Section 1: Kagman 3 Village and Laolao Bay – Wells are offline due to transmission water main line break.

Section 2: Kagman 1, Kagman 2 and Kagman 4 – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

📍PAPAGO TSA

Section 1: Upper San Vicente (Stanford) – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 2: San Vicente PRV Isa Drive Rd areas and Portions of Upper San Vicente – 5:00 p.m.to 7:00 p.m.

📍GUALO RAI TSA

Section 1: Upper Gualo Rai (Earhart Drive) – No service, supply insufficient due to only 1 well is online.

Section 2: Lower Gualo Rai (Gualo Rai Road) – 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

📍 DANDAN TSA

Section 1: Airport Road, Dagu Village – No service. Wells are down due to insufficient power supply. Generators are pending installation.

Section 2: As Lito Village – No service. Wells are down due to insufficient power supply. Generators are pending installation.

Section 3: Fina Sisu Village – No service. Wells are down due to insufficient power supply. Generators are pending installation.

Section 4: As Perdido Village, Tottotville, Adobo Drive – No service. Wells are down due to insufficient power supply. Generators are pending installation.

📍 CAPITOL HILL/AGAG TSA

Section 1: As Teo Village/Santa Lourdes Village – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 2: Papago – Papago Drive, Susogi Drive, Isa Drive from Kagman Drive to Betbena Drive. – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 3: 1300 Block and Wireless Ridge – No service. Water was shut off as of 8:30 a.m. due to leaks. Water may be released again tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 4: 1200 Block, Talogogo Road, Egigi Road, Isa Drive from 1300 Block to Kagman Road – Anticipated 24 hours

Section 5: Tapochao Road – No service due to lack of power supply. Power crew is presently working on restoring power in the area.

📍AS TERLAJE TSA

Section 1: As Terlaje Village and Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Between Chalan Monsignor Guerrero and Quarter Master Road) – No service. Water may be released tomorrow dependent on tank level.

Section 2: Parts of Chalan Laulau Village (Beach Road to Quarter Master Road) – 5:00 p.m. Water will shut off when tank service level drops low.

📍RABAGAU TSA

As Rabagau Village and Sadog Tasi Village – Anticipated 24 hour service.


STATUS UPDATE # 4    11/05/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

As of this update, 913 poles are down and damaged, with 510 damaged transformers. CUC has been offered assistance by Kosrae, Pohnpei and Chuuk utilities and is coordinating additional linemen assistance. CUC is also in coordination with Palau for additional assistance. Additional crew from Rota and Guam Power Authority are currently on Saipan assisting with restoration.

WATER UPDATES:

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY BASED ON TANK LEVELS, WITH DAMAGED TANK LEVEL GAUGES, PIPE DAMAGE BEING ASSESSED.

PUERTO RICO TANK
CUC has been releasing water to lower base, Puerto Rico to southern Garapan on Kopa Di Oru Street near Kristo Rai. (All determined based on tank levels)

CALHOUN
Water is online in all of China Town areas, Isla Drive between Gurupu Drive to Puerto Rico Drive and Chalan Galaide, water service was shut off in Matsue Street due to leak and pending repair.

RAPAGAO
Water wells SQ4, 148, 149 on island power. SQ 150 on FEMA generator. Wells supply water to Puerto Rico Tank. Pending repairs to weather head.

AGAG
FEMA generator continues to feed Agag Tank from waterline distribution on Papago Drive, customers in As Teo should be receiving water based on tank levels.

CAPITOL HILL
Water filling station has reopened, tank levels slowly increasing. Power Division fixing power poles toward Capitol Hill area.

AS MATUIS
Upper As Matuis receiving water, CUC preparing to serve water As Matuis homestead, San Roque and Tanapag areas all based on tank levels.

GUALO RAI
FEMA generator installed, water testing ongoing, water leaks to be repaired.

ISLEY
Water released to customers in Chalan Kanoa to Susupe. Koblerville homestead and Afetnas received water based on tank levels. Water remains offline now for Koblerville village San Antonio, Chalan Piao, and As Gonno.

DANDAN
FEMA generator continues to feed Dan Dan tank and water hours determined based on tank levels.

KAGMAN
Kagman 3 received water yesterday including the KCC shelter. Engineers still testing K1, K2, and K4 areas for leaks.

PAPAGO
Major leak reported, engineers working to repair.

SAN VICENTE
Water released from San Vicente area to Dan Dan Road up to Dan Dan bakery based on tank levels.

AS TERLAJE
Water anticipated to be released tomorrow. Water hours to be determined based on tank levels.

KANNAT TABLA
Water anticipated to be released tomorrow. Chlorination ongoing. Engineering and Operations still assessing.

GUALO RAI
Chlorination and Bacteria results pending. Engineering and Operations still assessing.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (5) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (5) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Navy Hill Water Station, located on Isla Drive near the baseball field from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kagman Water Station, located on the road across Kagman Market from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Capital Hill Water Station, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
As Matuis, CLOSED DUE TO LOW WATER LEVELS

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

Donni Springs has unlimited untreated water and was activated as an emergency government fill station. DFEMS assisted by transporting water to Power Plant I and to the CUC Operations Command Center.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.

📍FEEDER 1
Primary lines were energized since October 28, 2018 bringing the hospital and adjoining laterals online. On October 29, 2018, the area of Anak’s, upper and lower Navy Hill and lower MIHA were online, with the exception of some laterals because of downed poles. One October 30, 2018, Paganville, Sugar King Estates, Bank of Saipan to China Town (primary lines only), and JG Sablan Ice and Water Company. On November 1, 2018 laterals of the museum north to Bank of Saipan, west of Bank of Guam to Garapan Elem. School east to 99 cents store. On November 2, additional laterals of Navy and laterals behind 99 cents stores and November 3, partial lower base, Sadog Tasi Treatment Plant, Puerto Rico, across Garapan Central Park and remaining areas need installation of power poles.

📍FEEDER 2
On November 1 to November 3, downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Micro Beach Garapan to Atkins Kroll. Assessment of downed transformers from CUC Oleai to Micro Beach, Garapan Central Park to Payless Shoe Source completed.

📍FEEDER 3
On November 1, electrical systems of certain water wells in Gualo Rai have been repaired and are ready for generator installations and connections.

📍FEEDER 4
5 power poles going up Capitol Hill, with certain areas from Lower Base to Capitol Hill intersection before post office online.

📍FEEDER 7
From Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico, and Marpi online. Certain laterals of NMTI, transit bus station, Tanapag Mobil and across Camacho compound, Tanapag school, the Water Company, San Roque Fire Station, San Roque Church, and certain As Matuis laterals.

📍KIYA 1
From November 1 to November 3, CUC installed a total of 29 wooden power poles from Chalan Kiya substation going up As Terlaje. CUC installed 16 power poles on Airport Road and continues erecting poles throughout, including 36 more poles to Isley Field.

📍KIYA 2
From November 1 to November 3, four water wells are ready but crew continues to clear downed power poles and lines in Dan Dan and Obyan areas.

📍KIYA 3
Downed power poles and fallen transformers have been removed and cleared from Payless to J’s and collection of damaged transformers and removal of hardware and conductors from UCON to Sugar King has been completed.

📍KIYA 4
Cleared and removed down power pole and hardware at Mt. Carmel Cathedral and Ada Gym area. Ongoing clearing of downed power poles, transformers, and conductors from Susupe area to Chalan Kanoa Texas Road.

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Customers can call 664-4282 to report emergencies or utility damages.

CUC TINIAN

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Power Generation: All feeders remain offline but station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

WATER:

Island-wide water services remain offline.
Marpo Valley Water Station remains open for the public to get water from 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Maui II Pump Station remains operation and water is partially online in San Jose Village & partial areas in Marpo Valley, Carolina Heights, and partial areas in Marpo Heights 1 and 2.
A total of 16 water line damage repaired – 4 main lines and 12 service laterals.
Distribution assessments and repairs are ongoing.

CUC ROTA

All systems are back to normal as of the evening of 10/27/18.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265


STATUS UPDATE # 3     11/03/18

Below is the latest Commonwealth Utilities Corporation’s (CUC) Power, Water and Wastewater status:

SAIPAN

Bringing Feeder 7 and Feeder 4 1st partial online so far has energized 15 water wells.

As a result, some of the MQ wells in Marpi are activated and are pumping water to the Marpi tank overnight. Water will not be released until the well is at least half full. Water Engineering/Operations will monitor tank level and pressure to determine how soon water can be released into the system.

The other wells energized are being assessed by the Engineering/Water Operations.

WATER UPDATES:

Puerto Rico Tank Service Area is at 13.4 % with a total of 6400 estimated population being served.

Calhoun Tank Service Area is 1.1% with a total of 540 estimated population being served.

Isley Tank Service Area is 4.4 % with a total of 2120 estimated population being served.

Kannat Tabla Tank Service Area 3.8 % with a total of 1820 estimated population being served.

Agag Booster Station 0.7% with a total of 310 estimated population being served.

Puerto Rico Tank Service Area- Saipan
Locations:
– Lower Navy Hill up to 99 Cent Store.
– Chalan Pale Arnold Road from Micro Beach Road to Saipan Ice.
Water Schedule: Released as of 2:00 p.m. 11/1/18
Water hours will be determined based on Tank Levels.

Calhoun Tank Service Area – Saipan
Locations:
– Upper Navy Hill up to Gurupu Drive.
– Navy Hill Road from Calhoun Tank to Commonwealth Health Center
– Gloria Drive, Diboto Drive, Delgado Drive and Fitme Place, Manehnate Avenue,
– Mayoria Avenue, Fuetsa Loop , Isla Drive up to Gurupu Drive, Sugar King Road between Komiti Avenue (Korean Church) to Freedom Drive.
Water Schedule: Released as of 2:00 p.m. 11/1/18
Water hours will be determined based on Tank Levels.

Isley Tank Service Area – Saipan
Locations:
– As Perdido Road to Texas Road Intersection (WSR Elementary School) – main road only
– Koblerville homestead (not including Tottotville and Adobo Drive)
Water Schedule: Released as of 2:00 p.m. 11/1/18
Water hours will be determined based on Tank Levels.

Kannat Tabla Tank Service Area – Saipan
Locations:
– Kannat Tabla village North of the Kannat Tabla Water Filling Station
– Entire Chalan Kiya Village
Water Schedule: 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., released 2 p.m. 11/1/18

Agag Booster Station – Saipan
Locations:
– Most of Agag area
– As Teo in to Santa Lourdes
– Papago Drive (transmission line only) up to Capitol Hill Tank
Water Schedule: Released as of 5:40 p.m. 11/1/18

Maui II Well – Old Half Million Tank – Tinian
Locations:
– San Jose Village up to partial of Marpo Valley
– Other areas: Water crews are assessing leaks and damages in the distribution system and residents should expect to get water as repairs are resolved by the end of the day.
Water Schedule: Released as of 11:30 a.m. 11/1/18

TANK SERVICE AREAS ARE OPERATING IN A LIMITED CAPACITY, WITH DAMAGED TANK LEVEL GAUGES, PIPE DAMAGE BEING ASSESSED.

WHILE EMERGENCY GENERATORS ARE HOOKED UP AND POWER IS RESTORED AND CREWS PERFORM REPAIRS, ONLY (4) OUT OF (6) WATER FILLING STATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

THE REMAINING (4) WATER FILLING STATIONS WILL INCREASE VOLUME FOR THE PUBLIC TO 100 GALLONS.

Navy Hill Water Station, located on Isla Drive near the baseball field from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kagman Water Station, located on the road across Kagman Market from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Koblerville Water Station, located on Tinaktak Drive between Han Nam Market and Tottotville from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kannat Tabla Water Station, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Capital Hill Water Station, CLOSED DUE TO LOW WATER LEVELS
As Matuis, CLOSED DUE TO LOW WATER LEVELS

Water is non-potable and should only be used for cleaning and bathing. All water must be treated with bleach before use with 16 drops or 1/8th teaspoon for every gallon of water.

Donni Springs has unlimited untreated water and was activated as an emergency government fill station. DFEMS assisted by transporting water to Power Plant I and to the CUC Operations Command Center.

POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION:

OUT OF 9 FEEDERS ON SAIPAN, FEEDER 1, FEEDER 4, AND FEEDER 7 ARE PARTIALLY ONLINE.

POWER PLANT I ENGINE NO. 1 is currently energized for Feeder 7 except for laterals and Feeder 4 partials.

As of 6:15 p.m., Feeder 7 went online – from Sadog Tasi, Puerto Rico to Marpi
– At 6:18 p.m, Feeder 4 went online – Lower Base to Capitol Hill (intersection before
Capitol Hill Post Office)
– Six (6) spans of conductors were installed on KB-21, KB-22, KB-23 and KB-24 water wells in Koblerville and are ready.
As of 9:00 p.m., KB-21 is energized and is pumping water into Isley tank.

The electrical systems for GR-4 and GR-5 water wells in Gualo Rai are repaired and are
ready for generator installations and connections.

Additional areas energized: Kristo Rai lateral, Martha’s store lateral, and other laterals
north to Bank of Guam and around the block to Bank of Saipan, DFS, I love Saipan, to
Garapan Elementary School are online.

WASTEWATER all Northern and Southern collection systems and wastewater treatment plants are offline. 10 lift stations are on emergency back-up generator.

All Northern lift stations are offline due to S3 generator not producing enough voltage.

Sadog Tasi Treatment Plant has power and aerators and running since October 31, 2018 afternoon.

Operation staff are still currently working on preventive maintenance for lift station generatos and refueling generators.

CUC’s OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues work from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. deploying line crew and engineers throughout the island.

CALL CENTER OPERATIONS continue to receive trouble calls and is currently operating from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Hours of operation will change to 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. when the volume of calls increase in the next day or two.

CUC TINIAN

CUC OPERATIONS COMMAND CENTER continues to operate from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Power Generation: All feeders remain offline and station power is on at the CUC Tinian Power Plant.

WATER:

City water has been available to the community since October 25th via the Maui Well Pump Station thanks to CUC Tinian, the Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DFEMS) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS). Other sources of water became available over the course of the week to alleviate traffic at Maui Well and allow CUC and the US Army Corps of Engineers to repair the pump station. Thirty thousand gallons of water arrived on Tinian on October 30th via the USNS Fast Tempo; public access to this water source began on October 30th. On October 31st the public also gained access to water via a reverse osmosis system installed by the Anderson Air Force Base 36th Civil Engineering Squadron.

Their efforts proved successful on November 1st, when city water service resumed for San Jose Village and Marpo Valley.

CUC ROTA

All systems are back to normal as of the evening of 10/27/18.

CUC’s contact information are as follows:
CUC Call Center: (670) 664-4282
CUC Outage Hotline: (670) 236-4333
CUC Rota: (670) 532-9411/9413
CUC Tinian: (670) 433-9261/9264/9265