The Minister responsible for Utilities, has reported to Cabinet on the micro-details which he has unearthed in the production and distribution of potable water from the reverse osmosis plants which have been built at great expense. He has ordered stand-by, uninterrupted power supply at every R/O plant, to avoid the harm caused to the plants when the electricity has suddenly stopped flowing. He has also ordered the fencing and other improved security measures at each R/O plant in order to discourage mischief. He has applauded the coordination between himself and the Minister of Works; the collaboration required will save expenses and other wastage of the assets. The Minister of Public Utilities reported to the Cabinet that he has directed the Water Division to focus on nine (9) projects over the next 90 days that are designed to bring stability to the supply of water to a number of Communities that have been reporting chronic shortages of water over an extended period of time. These areas include Liberta, Seaview Farm & Clarke’s Hill, elevated areas in Jennings and Old Road and Willikies in the first instance.