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TTEC pulls plug on nursery school
Wednesday, April 17 2013
AN EAST Tobago nursery school remained shut yesterday after the electrical supply was cut by TTEC over non-payment of an outstanding bill of just over $2,000. Classes at the Speyside Early Childhood Care and Education Centre (ECCE) were suspended due to the lack of electricity. This came amidst a situation where the electricity at the Speyside Community Centre was also disconnected by TTEC in similar circumstances.
The Speyside Centre is among three community centres in east Tobago including Belle Garden and Glamorgan, where the electrical supply was cut by TTEC which is on a disconnection drive to collect outstanding bills. In similar vein, there is also a development where the water supply at the Delaford Community Centre, also in east Tobago, was disconnected by WASA for an outstanding bill of $120,000 accumulated over a ten-year-period (March 2002 – June 2012).
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