April 3, 2013
BEC Chairman Leslie Miller
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THE Bahamas Electricity Corporation will not disconnect any residential customers who are in arrears over the next two weeks, BEC Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday.
THE leaders of both major parties disagreed with Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller’s use of parliamentary privilege to accuse someone of his son’s killing – but the FNM’s Dr Hubert Minnis added that the failures of the judicial system are partially responsible.
IN an emotional contribution to the House of Assembly yesterday, Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller named the person he said was responsible for ordering the brutal murder of his son, Mario, 11 years ago.
THE BAHAMAS Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) executive chairman Leslie Miller says consumers should see a ‘noticeable decrease’ in their electricity bills come September, telling The Tribune the electricity provider’s Clifton power station was running at “full speed”.
THE Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) would see savings of between $85-$100 million if a new power plant was constructed in the next 30 months according to its executive chairman Leslie Miller, who touted the corporation’s own power generation proposal as superior to any plan presented to the Government.
BEC chairman Leslie Miller has lashed out at former chairman Phenton Neymour in the on-going argument over operations at the country’s electricity corporation, dubbing him “clueless” and an “imbecile.”
WITH some of the “major hotels” in the country “grossly negligent in paying their bills” – one owing as much as $10 million, BEC Chairman Leslie Miller vowed yesterday the corporation will “deal with” those hotels this summer and “we will turn them off.”
FOLLOWING reports of a “huge oil spill” in the Clifton area near the BEC power plant, BEC chairman Leslie Miller pointed out that there are several companies in that area that could be responsible for the spill.
BEC chairman Leslie Miller yesterday criticised work ethics at the corporation after a major engine and auxiliary equipment were reportedly sabotaged at the Clifton power plant.
The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) has disconnected more than 6,000 residential customers, but is now exploring ways to return those persons to the grid as early as end-May.
AFTER three days of demonstrations, the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) abruptly changed its tone yesterday offering apologies to Prime Minister Perry Christie and BEC Chairman Leslie Miller.
AS the BEC/government standoff continues to escalate, Tribune readers are expressing their support of the corporation’s chairman, Leslie Miller.
MORE than 100 BEC workers walked off the job yesterday after a union executive was suspended and another employee was terminated “without cause”.