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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 28, 2015
Mr Zafar Khan
is no longer employed at
194 Western Main Road
therefore he is not authorized
to transact any business on
behalf of the hardware.
PLEASE BE GUIDED ACCORDINGLY.
SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
Tender packages can be obtained from the Tenders Department from Wednesday 3rd June, 2015
located at the ground floor, Administrative Department of the MTS Plaza, Aranguez Main Road
San Juan telephone number 674-5843/638-7391 Ext 122. Upon presenting a receipt showing
that a Non Refundable Tender Deposit of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per project, (cash
deposit only) has been paid.
The deposit slips can be obtained from the Accounts Department, the tenderer must then go to
First Citizens Bank, San Juan to make the deposit.
Prospective tenderers or their representatives must attend a pretender meeting in the Council
Chambers, on the ground floor at the Administrative Department of the MTS Plaza, Aranguez
Main Road, San Juan on Monday 8th June, 2015 at 10:00am followed by a site visit so as to ascer-
tain the nature of the works to be executed.
Further information relating to the projects can be obtained from Mr. Azim Bassarath, County
Superintendent at 638-1073 Ext 144.
Envelopes must be deposited in the designated tender box located in the lobby of the
Administrative Office, San Juan Laventille Regional Corporation, MTS Plaza no later than
Tenders would be opened publicly on
and the ten-
derer or his representative may be present at this opening.
The San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation reserves the right to cancel the bidding process
in its entirety, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
left, backs in
the first half in
Game 3 of the
finals of the
CLEVELAND---The championship LeBron James
craves more than any other, the one he came back
home to get, is within reach after Cleveland routed
Atlanta 118-88 on Tuesday to complete a series
sweep and secure its place in the NBA Finals.
James scored 23 points and Kyrie Irving provided
a boost after missing two games as Cleveland cruised
to victory and set up a meeting with either Golden
State or Houston.
It is only the second time the Cavaliers have made
it to the Finals, but the fifth straight visit for James,
who returned to Cleveland this season after four suc-
cessful years with Miami.
None of Cleveland's top sports teams---in the NBA,
NFL or MLB---have won a title since 1964. The Cav-
aliers are four wins from ending that drought, and
if they can, James will have a title that would put
him in a class by himself. Other players have won
more championships, but none has ever done it for
his success-starved home region.
"We have everything it takes to win," James said
after the Cavs were presented with the conference
However, they've got their eyes on more than the
Eastern Conference crown.
"Cleveland," owner Dan Gibert said, addressing
the crowd. "We're not settling for this."
Jeff Teague scored 17 and Paul Millsap 16 for Atlanta,
which won a team-record 60 games during the regular
season and made the conference finals for the first
time since 1970.
But the Hawks were no match for the Cavaliers
and had no answer for James, who nearly averaged
a triple-double in the four games.
JR Smith added 18 points and Tristan Thompson
had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Cavs.
Unlike 2007, when James celebrated at the final
horn, he was very business-like after the clock hit
zero. Standing at center court, he turned to Smith
and said "four more."
It was a tough way for the Hawks to end a remark-
able season. They survived a tumultuous offseason,
and their young roster gelled in January when they
became the first franchise to go 17-0 in a calendar
They went on to win 19 straight, improved their
win-loss record by 22 wins over last season and beat
Brooklyn and Washington in the playoffs to make
their first conference finals since 1994.
But an injury to starting forward Thabo Sefolosha
in April was followed by DeMarre Carroll injuring
his knee in the series opener, before Kyle Korver's
season ended in Game 2 with an ankle injury.
Those all hurt, but it was James who inflicted the
James carried the Cavs to their first finals appear-
ance eight years ago, when they were swept by San
Antonio. Cleveland was a heavy underdog then and
it was assumed the Cavs would get back again. But
James left in 2010 to join the Heat, a move
that dropped the Cavaliers from relevance
and into the lower rungs of the standings.
His return to his home team, to play along-
side Kevin Love---out for the season with a
shoulder injury ---and Irving immediately
made the Cavaliers the team to beat in the
It didn't go exactly as planned under first-
year coach David Blatt, who left his family
in Israel to take the Cavs' job.
LeBron, Cavaliers earn
NBA Finals spot
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