April 25, 2013
BEC chairman Leslie Miller
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BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller has warned union boss Stephano Greene to choose his words carefully or face suspension without pay.
THE Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) accounts receivables currently stands at $120 million to-date, its executive chairman yesterday estimating that the utility monopoly would suffer a loss of $20-$22 million for its current financial year.
GEOFFERY Farquharson, the attorney who represented Kohfe Goodman in the murder trial of 11-year-old Marco Archer, displayed actions that were totally disgraceful during the case, said Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday.
MOST of the residential customers whose electricity supply was cut due to unpaid BEC bills should be “fully connected” by September, BEC chairman Leslie Miller said.
FORMER BEC minister Phenton Neymour never called a meeting with any of the management or executives of the company, yet is quick to criticise current leaders of the organisation, MP Leslie Miller charged.
BAHAMAS Electricity Corporation chairman Leslie Miller said one of the country’s hotels owes BEC as much as $10 million in unpaid light bills.
The Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) executive chairman has slashed its projected 2013 financial year loss by over 50 per cent to $22 million, adding that half its disconnected customers owed less than $2,000.
THE CENTRAL Detective Unit has taken over the investigation into the alleged sabotage at BEC’s Clifton Pier Plant Sunday night, BEC Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday.
BEC chairman Leslie Miller yesterday charged he was ready for “war” with the union to exact a new industrial agreement in line with the corporation’s economic reality.
BAHAMIANS could see as high as a 25 per cent reduction in their electricity bill by the end of the year if new plans by the Bahamas Electricity Corporation come into play, the company’s chairman announced yesterday.
THE Bahamas Electricity Corporation has slashed its monthly average of $1 million in overtime pay by 50 per cent, according to corporation chairman Leslie Miller.