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Meralco sets maintenance schedule this week

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MANILA (TONDO)

NOVEMBER 26 – 27, 2019, TUESDAY TO WEDNESDAY

BETWEEN 11:30PM AND 11:59PM (TUE., 11/26/19) AND THEN BETWEEN 5:00AM AND 5:30AM (WED., 11/27/19)

Portion of A. Rivera St. from Tayuman St. to C. La Torre St. including PNR Tutuban Station.

Portion of C. La Torre St. from A. Rivera St. to Narra St.

Portion of Padre Algue St. from Jose Abad Santos Ave. to A. Rivera St. including Most Rev. Sui Kim Centennial Hall, Aqua Park, Green Wood Mansion Bldg. and LGC Tower.

REASON: Relocation of facilities along C. La Torre and Balintawak Sts. in Tondo, Manila.

 

MANILA (ERMITA)

NOVEMBER 27, 2019, WEDNESDAY

BETWEEN 8:30AM AND 2:30PM

Portion of A. Flores St. from Meralco – Ermita substation along A. Mabini St. to near Grey St. including Topcare Medical And Clinical Laboratory.

REASON: Replacement of rotten poles along A. Flores St. in Ermita, Manila.

 

MANILA (ERMITA)

NOVEMBER 28, 2019, THURSDAY

BETWEEN 12:01AM AND 12:30AM AND THEN BETWEEN 5:30AM AND 6:00AM

Portion of Natividad Almeda – Lopez St. from Ayala Blvd. to and including SM City Manila, Suntrust Parkview Condominium, Zen Towers, Boy Scouts of the Philippines National Office, Manila Real Residences Bldg. and Gotesco Regency Twin Towers.

Portion of D. Romualdez St. from Ayala Blvd. to United Nations Ave. including Tabacalera Cigars Bldg., Adamson University, PCSO Compound, Puregold Financial Bldg., Prudential Bank and Petron Gas Station.

Portion of Mahatma Gandhi St. from United Nations Ave. to Angel Linao St. including Maynilad Ermita Pumping Station.

BETWEEN 12:01AM AND 6:00AM

Portion of A. Villegas St. from Natividad Almeda – Lopez St. to and including MWSS, Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, Philippine Normal University (PNU), YMCA Bldg., Hotel Indah Manila and Manila City Hall.

Portion of Magallanes Drive from Padre Burgos St. to A. Soriano Ave. including Jollibee and National Press Club in Intramuros.

Portion of A. Soriano Ave. from Magallanes Drive to Gen. Luna St. including FEMI Bldg. in Intramuros.

Portion of Cabildo St. from A. Soriano Ave. to and including Catholic Action of the Phils. in Intramuros.

REASON: Line reconductoring works; replacement of poles and line conversion works along Natividad Almeda – Lopez and San Marcelino Sts. in Ermita, Manila.

 

MANILA (TONDO)

NOVEMBER 28, 2019, THURSDAY

BETWEEN 8:30AM AND 2:30PM

Portion of Alcalde St. from Cavite St. to Callejon F. St. in Gagalangin.

Portion of Yangco St. from Callejon K St. to and including Antipolo and Cabo Sts. in Gagalangin.

REASON: Line reconductoring works along Cavite and Yangco Sts. in Gagalangin, Tondo, Manila.

 

MANILA (MALATE)

NOVEMBER 29, 2019, FRIDAY

BETWEEN 8:30AM AND 2:30PM

Portion of M. Adriatico St. from Gen. M. Malvar St. to and including Pacific Rainbow Hotel, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Malate Pensionne.

Portion of Alonzo St. from M. Adriatico St. to A. Mabini St.

Portion of A. Mabini St. from Alonzo St. to near J. Quintos Sr. St.

REASON: Replacement of rotten pole along M. Adriatico St. in Malate, Manila.

 

MARIKINA CITY (CONCEPCION I AND STO. NIÑO)

NOVEMBER 27 – 28, 2019, WEDNESDAY TO THURSDAY

BETWEEN 11:00PM (WED., 11/27/19) AND 4:00AM (THU., 11/28/19)

Portion of E. Rodriguez Ave. from J. Molina St. to Aquilina St. including Cepeda, Exequiel, E. Santos, Merrit, Abarilla and T. M. Kalaw Sts.; Manila Bay Thread Corporation, Conqueror International Inc., L. C. Lopez Resources Inc., Paramount Chemical Industries Inc., Shell Gas Station, Shin Huey Enterprises and Trident International Trading Corporation.

REASON: Replacement of rotten wood pole along E. Rodriguez Ave. in Bgy. Concepcion I, Marikina City.

 

PASIG CITY (MAYBUNGA)

NOVEMBER 25, 2019, MONDAY

BETWEEN 10:00AM AND 4:00PM

Hampton Gardens Condominium along C. Raymundo Ave.

REASON: Line reconductoring works along C. Raymundo Ave. in Bgy. Maybunga, Pasig City.

 

QUEZON CITY

NOVEMBER 28, 2019, THURSDAY

BETWEEN 9:00AM AND 9:30AM

Portion of Forestry St. from Visayas Ave. to and including Forestry St. Ext.; Hura Homes Subd.; and Jollibee in Bgy. Vasra.

Portion of Visayas Ave. from near Shakey’s to and including Vargas Lane and Ledesma Court Sts.; Windgate Villas Subd.; and Maria Montessori School of Quezon City in Bgy. Culiat.

Portion of Visayas Ave. from Jem 5 Subd. to and including Stellar Place; Bank of Commerce and Wilcon City Center in Bgy. Bahay Toro.

Portion of Visayas Ave. from near Fisheries St. to and including Mines, Forestry, Lands, Plant Industry, DANR, Road 1 and Road 8 Sts.; Pael Subd.; National Food Authority (NFA), Forest Management Bureau (FMB), Capital One Condominium, Petron Gas Station, Yellow Cab Pizza, McDonald’s, Robinsons Bank, Asia United Bank (AUB), Banco De Oro (BDO) – Visayas Ave. – Project 6 Branch, Greenwich, Congo Grille, Army Navy and Maria Carmen Building in Bgys. Vasra and Project 6.

REASON: Line reconstruction works along Visayas Ave. near Fisheries St. in Bgy. Vasra, Quezon City.

 

SAN JUAN CITY (SALAPAN)

NOVEMBER 27 – 28, 2019, WEDNESDAY TO THURSDAY

BETWEEN 11:30PM (WED., 11/27/19) AND 5:30AM (THU., 11/28/19)

Portion of Aurora Blvd. from A. Juan St. to and including A. Luna, F. Roman, Morales, A. Lake, L. Asinas, S. Veloso, Diwa, J. Ruiz, G. Reyes, F. Antonio, J. Dela Cruz, Melanio De, A. Reyes and 29 De Agosto Sts.

REASON: Line reconductoring works along A. Juan St. in Bgy. Salapan, San Juan City.

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