Chairman of the Water and Sewage Authority (WASA), Romney Thomas, is warning that WASA will be cracking down on customers with illegal connections, unregistered swimming pools or VAT registered businesses classified as “Homeowners.” Amnesty for these customers ended on 28th February 2019.
Thomas made the comments recently at the Commissioning Ceremony of the $74 Million South Oropouche to La Brea Pipeline Project at the Union Industrial Estate in La Brea.
He also reminded the population that the water use restrictions imposed in late January 2019 that bans the use of Water Hoses, Sprinklers, Pressure Washers and similar apparatus, remains in effect.
Thomas noted the measures are being taken with the intent of improving the viability of the Authority’s operations, to encourage customers to pay their bills on time.
See more of the remarks made by WASA’s Chairman below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
This is why the Authority has been taking different steps to encourage delinquent customers to pursue the path of payment.
The Ministry of Works and Transport is advising the public that there will be traffic disruptions this weekend along the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway (north of the Couva-Preysal Overpass). This is due to continued work on the replacement of a Cylinder.
Traffic restrictions will be in effect from 7pm on Saturday 23rd March to 9pm on Sunday 24th March 2019. The SSH Highway Southbound will be CLOSED to ALL vehicular traffic during this time.
See the Ministry’s Public Notice below for more information, including a Map showing where traffic will be diverted.
Buju Banton kicked off his long-awaited Caribbean Tour on Saturday 16th March 2019 at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. Thousands of people were in attendance including Machel Montano and Beenie Man.
See the dates for Buju Banton’s remaining seven (7) Caribbean shows below, including a stop at the Queen’s Park Savannah on Sunday 21st April 2019.
In a blog post published on Thursday 21st March 2019, Facebook admitted that millions of its users’ passwords were stored internally as plain text - making them easily accessible to more than 20,000 employees. Ironically, the blog post was titled “Keeping Passwords Secure.”
Krebs Security first reported the data breach and an anonymous Facebook source told them that passwords for anywhere between 200 Million and 600 Million Facebook users were left unsecured - from as far back as 2012. Facebook claims its internal investigation has not found evidence that employees abused access to this data.
Facebook said it will notify affected users, which include people who used Facebook Lite, Facebook, and Instagram.
In the course of our review, we have been looking at the ways we store certain other categories of information — like access tokens — and have fixed problems as we’ve discovered them. There is nothing more important to us than protecting people’s information, and we will continue making improvements as part of our ongoing security efforts at Facebook.
It’s probably a good idea to change your Facebook/Instagram password ASAP.
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