We will be there! Betito, could you please, please give us a hint as to when there could be electric on the north island. Please don't avoid answering, if you don't know please tell that us and then find out. Thank you.
Your question as to when there is going to be electricity on the island is "ultimately up to B.E.L.". As a private sector organization it is totally up the thier discretion. Oh and one more thing. Please do not say I was avoiding your question! I often do not have time to check this message board.
Re: Lobster fest dates#216337 06/28/0203:52 AM06/28/0203:52 AM
BEL is private yes. But the GOB has major influence in that direction as they are the ones condoning the monopoly. How about trying to work out something in conjunction with BEL and the Village Council.
Priorities should be givin to issues like these. Basic needs versus luxuries. Simple. Palapas & Beach Bar vs streets, power and water. I know which way I would vote if it ever would come to a public decision. Most villagers feel the same. So although GOB is spending a lot of $$$$, most of it is on wasted programs.
Re: Lobster fest dates#216338 06/28/0209:53 AM06/28/0209:53 AM
I went to BEL recently to ask if I could have a street light on a very dark road in town (not caye caulker) and I was told that I would need a letter from the area rep or the mayor for them to do it. Does not sound like seperation of state and private sector to me. I dare you - Give them a call - use your elected power to do something for the people.