Buccament Bay Resort has been reconnected to the electricity grid.

Sources told I-Witness News that VINLEC, the sole, state-owned electricity provider here, disconnected the resort on Thursday for lack of payment.

VINLEC, when asked if there was a problem with the supply in Buccament Bay, said “in the vicinity of the resort” but declined further comment.

But the entities bordering the resort on both sides had power when I-Witness News visited just before noon Thursday.

The resort manager further refused to meet with I-Witness News on Thursday, saying they were not meeting with the media that day.

A source told I-Witness that a double guest was turned away on Thursday when they turned up to redeem a “day pass” at the resort.

“I went to drop a friend today for a day pass and she had to be turned back. No electricity and no working generator,” the source said Thursday.

The Government said earlier this year that the resort uses EC$300,000 in electricity every month and that they had ordered state officials not to give the resort any preferential treatment regarding disconnections.

4 replies on “Electricity reconnected at Buccament Bay Resort”

  1. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
    Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
    Four-score ULP and Four-score more,
    Could not make Humpty Dumpty where he was before

    I just hope that Ralphs yard boy was able to fix the problem for Buccament, he has had plenty of success in the past.

  2. Apparantly JULIAN fixed it. But what we want to know is, did the resort pay all the money it owes?

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