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Whitefish sues over payments for Puerto Rico power work

“In a Nov. 16 letter to the power authority, Arc President Ben Wilson said Whitefish had failed to pay it $8.7 million for work done by the subcontractor in Puerto Rico” writes The Associated Press for seattletimes.com. Whitefish was one of only two companies that offered immediate services after Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico’s power grid, according to the power authority’s former director, Ricardo Ramos, who resigned Nov. 17.Many people in Puerto Rico remain without power more than two months after Category 4 Maria devastated the island, killing at least 55 people and causing damage estimated at up to $95 billion.
 
Source: seattletimes.com



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