Wednesday, February 20, 2019
BPL's Bills Blitz In Family Islands
By KHRISNA RUSSELL
Deputy Chief Reporter
HUNDREDS of Bahamas Power and Light customers in the Family Islands could be left in darkness for failure to adequately pay their bills, beginning on March 15.
This decision, The Tribune understands, stems from frustration at the corporation that many customers across several Family Islands do not pay their bills consistently.
Among these, according to sources, is a vast cross section of customers in the MICAL constituency who have not made any payments to BPL for over a year.
BPL chairman Donovan Moxey confirmed the disconnections will start in a little under a month to accounts 60 days in arrears and owing $300 or more.
The company has undertaken a full-scale media campaign to advise customers that mass disconnections are coming. Read more >>