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September 30, 2022
The storm has destroyed parts of the south end of Driftwood Cottage Lane, along with the water main. DIUC has isolated this area and is working to restore service as soon as possible, affected customers will be contacted individually. The remaining road is unstable, the Fire Department has put up a caution barrier in this area for your safety.
September 29, 2022
To All Customers that have decided to remain on the Island. In the event of a significant power outage, DIUC asks that all customers restrict their water usage, to prevent a sewage discharge . Even if your home is equipped with a generator, please do not use any appliances that require water. DIUC has already implemented emergency procedures and is actively communicating with local emergency services and closely monitoring the incoming storm.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Persons seeking information about the Commission’s procedures should contact the Commission at (803) 896-5100 or visit its website at www.psc.sc.gov.
All information for the Rate Filing referenced under PSC Docket No. 2022-142-WS, is public record and available on the South Carolina Public Service Commission website.
As of the end of 2013, the only water and wastewater utility on Daufuskie Island is DIUC which owns or controls all of the assets of water and wastewater operations.
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