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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF A
1000 KVA STANDBY GENERATOR
AT PTSC POS
The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) is seeking Proposals from suitably qualified
firms to Supply and Install a 1000 KVA Standby Generator at PTSC POS.
Packages may, on payment of a non-refundable fee of $500.00 be collected during the hours
of 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. from the Office of the Corporate Secretary located at our Head
Office at Railway Buildings, South Quay, Port of Spain.
Proposals must be accompanied by Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance
Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months
prior to the stipulated closing date.
Proposals must be enclosed in a sealed envelope and addressed to the Corporate Secretary,
Public Transport Service Corporation, Railway Buildings, South Quay, Port of Spain and
and deposited into the labelled
tender box so provided on the Ground Floor of PTSC's Head Office, Railway Buildings, #
60 South Quay, Port of Spain.
The deadline for submitting sealed proposals is 3:00 P.M. on SEPTEMBER 4TH 2015. Proposals
submitted after the deadline specified will not be accepted and will be returned unopened.
The PTSC does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any proposal.
WANTAGH---Two girls suffered
minor injuries after rapper Fetty Wap
jumped off stage and into the crowd
at the Billboard Hot 100 festival on
Newsday reports the girls became
trapped under a fence yesterday after-
noon when the crowd rushed the stage.
Wap is one of two dozen artistes
performing at the Nikon at Jones Beach
Theatre. Others include Justin Bieber,
Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne.
More than 1,000 fans were in the
audience as a group pushed forward to
take photos and video of the entertainer.
The newspaper says the girls were treat-
ed by medics backstage.
Wap returned to the stage minutes
later and apologised before continuing
with the performance.
Representatives for Wap, whose real
name is Freddy Maxwell, did not imme-
diately respond to an email seeking
2 girls injured after rapper
Fetty Wap jumps from stage
leader Harry Reid yesterday threw his
full support behind President Barack
Obama s nuclear agreement with Iran,
saying "it is the best path to stop Iran
from obtaining a nuclear weapon."
"I strongly support the historic agree-
ment and will do everything in my
power to ensure that it stands," said
Reid in a news release.
Reid is the 27th Senate Democrat to
back the deal and the highest ranking
in the Senate. His support will make it
difficult for opponents to muster the
veto-proof numbers needed in the Sen-
ate, and therefore, in Congress to scuttle
Republicans and the Israeli govern-
ment furiously oppose the deal signed
by the US, Iran and five world powers,
which seeks to keep Iran from building
a nuclear bomb in exchange for billions
in international sanctions relief. They
say Obama s agreement makes too many
concessions to Iran and could actually
enable that country to become a
nuclear-armed state. Supporters of the
deal warn that if it is rejected the alter-
native could be a costly war with Iran.
But it is looking less and less likely
that opponents can garner sufficient
support. Congress plans a vote next
month on a resolution disapproving of
the deal, which Obama has threatened
to veto. Opponents would then need
two-thirds majorities in the House and
the Senate to override the veto.
In the Senate, only two Democrats
---Schumer and Robert Menendez of
New Jersey---have announced opposition
to the deal.
With the addition of Reid s support,
Democrats are getting closer to the 34
votes needed in the Senate to sustain
A steady stream of Democrats have
backed the deal, and Reid s support will
provide an opportunity for others to
jump on board.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
already has said House Democratic sup-
porters have the votes necessary to sus-
tain Obama s veto despite unanimous
Republican opposition. (AP)
Reid says he's going
to support Obama's
Iran nuclear deal
University of Alaska
Roberts, back, and
Ben Schrage send
up a cloud of steam
as they douse a
hotspot left from a
in Chelan, Wash.
central and eastern
covering more than
920 square miles.
More than 200
homes have been
destroyed and more
than 12,000 homes
and thousands of
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