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.
The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) was forced to shut down one of its main engines after at least 100 feet of power cables and the maintenance and service lines to that engine were severed at BEC’s Clifton Pier plant.
I have generally refrained from providing commentary regarding BEC and ZNS since demitting office as chairman of the two state enterprises allowing those presently in the offices every possible opportunity to be successful in their efforts. However…
Former minister Phenton Neymour accused BEC Chairman Leslie Miller of hypocrisy after Miller announced a reconnection plan similar to the one crafted by the Ingraham Adminstration, which Miller criticized.
Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Chairman Leslie Miller has revealed that the government intends to reconnect more than 7,000 households without power by June 1.
BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said consumers should see a reduction in their electricity bills by as much as 10 percent by July.
Bahamas Electrical Workers Union President Mr. Stephano Greene addressed the Rotary Club of West Nassau on the topic “Challenges the Union has with Management.
After three days of illegal demonstrations, the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) leaders are singing a new tune. Now, the monkeys who run the union are apologizing for calling BEC Chairman Leslie Miller a “dog”.
Police were called to monitor the protest at BEC after reports of disturbances. Protesting union members barricaded themselves inside the compound and turned customers away.