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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, February 22, 2014
To All Registered Contractors With the
CHAGUANAS BOROUGH CORPORATION
In accordance with C.T.B. Ordinance Regulation 12/2 (a) and Legal Notice #234 as amended which falls under
the Special Ministerial Tenders Committees' Limit tenders are invited for Construction Works under the
Development Programme 2013/2014 for the following:
1. Endeavour Branch Road Box Drain & Culvert 1. Boundary Street Box Drain & Culvert
2. Dinoo Road Box Drain
2. Lakhan St. Ext., Richard Lane, Ravi
3. Rainbow Crescent Box Drain
4. Ragoo Street Box Drain
3. Cemetery Street Paving
5. Ramsingh Street Box Drain
4. Vendors Mall C.B.C. Sanitary Block 2nd
Prospective Tenderers who wish to bid must be a Registered Contractor with the Corporation whose name
appears on the List of Contractors. (All Petty Contractors must be approved by the Minister of Finance,
Director of Contracts, Circular Memorandum 2/l/16 dated 12/03/1997).
Tender documents may be perused and can be obtained at the Tenders Department during the hours of 9:00
a.m to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m to 3:00 p.m. at a non-refundable cost of $1,000.00 per package.
A Public Notice, an Invitation to Tender along with a listing of all Registered Contractors will be placed
at security desk of the Administrative Building.
Tenders must be accompanied by an original Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates
issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and date not more than (6) six months prior to the closing date of the
tender. Tenders must also be accompanied by an original National Insurance Compliance Certificate. All other
instructions are attached to the tender packages.
Any further technical information may be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Ranjit Persad, County
Superintendent, Chaguanas Borough Corporation, Ministry of Local Government at telephone number 671-
1174 ext. 229.
A pre-tender meeting followed by a site visit will be held on Thursday 2 7th February, 2014 at 10.00 a.m at
the Technical Department.
Tenders will be closed on Friday 7th March, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Tender documents are to be deposited
in the White Tender Box located at the Security Desk of the Old Administrative Building, Chaguanas
Tenders will be publicly opened on Monday 10th March, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. at the Corporation's Hall. The
tenderer or his representative may be present at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be considered under any circumstances. The Committee does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any other tender. The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its
entirety or even partially without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
For further information, please contact the Tenders Clerk at 665-5351/ 2427 Ext 235.
Chief Executive Officer
Chaguanas Borough Corporation
Tullula Salvatore, the British visitor who was
imprisoned last week along with her boyfriend
after falsely reporting a US$34 million armed
robbery, may not have been seeking to claim an
Rather, police theorise, she wanted to get money
from the agency which rented her the Sandy Lane
property where she was staying by claiming it
was not a safe environment.
The British media reported that the 27-year-
old, who did not tell officers why she invented
the scheme, was the daughter of a wealthy British
socialite, who passed away 15 years ago leaving
Tullula a large inheritance which she has report-
That may be the reason why, according to police
sources, she masterminded the scheme to falsely
report that she and boyfriend Edward Denney
were robbed by two armed masked men of jew-
ellery and cash valued at US$34 million.
Salvatore and her lover later recanted their sto-
ries and were jailed last week, she for 18 months
and he for nine, after pleading guilty to making
a false report to the police.
Sources reported that the palatial Sandy Lane
mansion she rented was "in a mess" and she also
left a hired car company in the red after issuing
a bounced cheque for US$5,000.
The owner of the hired car business explained
that Salvatore had hired vehicles from him
before and there was never a problem with
payment until the week when he learned that
she had come up with the false robbery story.
It also appears that Denney, 41, a father of
four young children, was a willing participant
in Salvatore s grand scheme.
A day after they reported being robbed, he
went on his Facebook page and asked one of
his contacts: "Have you heard what happened
to us at the house yesterday?" He told his
friend that he would inbox him the details. A
relative of Salvatore who lives in Barbados said
she had disgraced the family name.
Her mother, Chelita Salvatore, was born to
Trinidadian parents and became a journalist
and fashion stylist who married pop manager
Tony Secunda, according to London s Daily
Mail. Chelita also invented the very successful
glam rock clothing line in the 1960s.
When she died at age 55, she left her only
child Tullula, an inheritance of over £1 million,
including properties and a vast jewellery col-
Tullula, who was raised by trustees, appar-
ently spent the cash, sold off all the properties
and was said to be now broke.---Nation
'Heiress' blows wealth, lands in jail
CARACAS---Venezuela s government has
revoked the press credentials of journalists
from CNN after President Nicolas Maduro
blasted the television network s coverage of
CNN said yesterday that four of its journalists
were notified by the Information Ministry that
they are no longer allowed to report in the coun-
try. They include CNN en Espanol anchor Patri-
Maduro on Thursday threatened to expel CNN
from Venezuela if it doesn t "rectify" its coverage
of unrest that he said is part of a campaign to
topple his socialist government. Colombian
news channel NTN24 was suspended from
Venezuelan cable TV packages a week ago.
The government s near-complete control of
domestic broadcasters has made CNN en
Espanol a source of information for many
Venezuelans trying to follow the unrest. (AP)
CNN press credentials
in the Venezuelan city
of Valencia are
mourning a student
beauty queen slain
during one of the
political protests that
have engulfed the
Friends and family
say 22-year-old Gen-
esis Carmona was
shot by backers of
Maduro while taking part in a peaceful protest
along with her mother on Tuesday.
She is one of six people known to have died
in the clashes since February 12. She was buried
yesterday after a private Mass.
Government opponents say her death was an
example of the indiscriminate violence employed
to stifle protests. (AP)
Slain beauty queen
mourned in Venezuela
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