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GBPC installs the ‘JACK’

The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is enforcing its commitment to good customer service with the installation of a Justified Automatic Customer Kiosk (JACK). GBPC Customer Service Agent, Bree Munnings demonstrates how to use the kiosk. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) is enforcing its commitment to good customer service with the installation of a Justified Automatic Customer Kiosk (JACK). Representatives from the GBPC spoke to this daily regarding the improvements being made at the company to help create positive experiences for their customers on Friday (January 19) at the company’s…
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Smith’s Point residents’ input vital to the sea wall completion

ENGINEER’S INSIGHT – Acting Deputy Director of Public Works in the Ministry of Works Robert Mouzas (at podium), senior engineer said the technical team has arrived at a strategic point where feedback from residents is vital in the completion of the project. Mouzas also shared three options for completion, which he said residents can choose from. (PHOTO: Jaimie smith)

While tremendous work has been completed on the much needed seawall for the Smith’s Point community, Acting Deputy Director of Public Works in the Ministry of Works Robert Mouzas, senior engineer said the technical team has arrived at a strategic where feedback from residents is vital in the completion of the project. Mouzas, who was…
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Sport Fishing Tournaments another aspect of West End development

PHILLIP WARD and MIKE HAYHURST , Deadman’s Reef Fishing Village Developers

Developers of the Seaward Fishing Village, while on island, recently, discussed the developments of the proposed Fishing Village in the Deadman’s Reef community, one which they are of the view will attract further investment and ultimately enhance Grand Bahama’s economic landscape. Phillip Ward and Mike Hayhurst, developers of the village, where work originally started in…
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Progress noted on seawall

ALMOST DONE – Construction on Smith’s Point sea wall is progressing well according to contractors. (File photo)

Construction on the main Smith’s Point Sea wall adjacent to the road is 70 percent complete. This was revealed by Robert Moutas, Acting Deputy Director of Public Works/Senior Structural Engineer, at the Smith’s Point Town Meeting on Thursday (January 18) at the St. Jude’s Parish Hall. Moutas made a presentation on the sea wall’s progress…
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