GWI investigating well ownership

first_imgDear Editor,The Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), the Nation’s supplier of Water and Sanitation Services, wishes to state that it has launched an investigation to ascertain in whose name the well located in the compound of Sanata Textile, Ruimveldt was registered. This investigation by GWI comes on the heels of reports that Queens Atlantic Investment Inc (QAII), which owns the complex, has not been paying for water services supplied by the well in question.However, during a recent meeting between Head of Queens Atlantic Investment Inc (QAII) Dr Ranjisinghi “Bobby” Ramroop and GWI, it was agreed that GWI will continue to service the well, which also supplies water to residents within its environs.Dr Ramroop indicated that he had bought the entire complex which included the well but inherited the daily checks of the well by GWI. He assured GWI that he will not interfere with this arrangement.Based on information received internally, the well was maintained by GS&WC and when the merger occurred in 2002, the practice continued.Meantime, GWI is pleased to report that all outstanding monies owed to this utility by QAII have been settled amicably.QAII owns the building at 238 Camp and Quamina Streets, which housed two media outfits (Guyana Times and Television Guyana ch 28) and was willing to settle any outstanding rates for that property.It should also be noted that the monies have already been paid to settle the account of the above address.GWI hopes to continue this relationship of mutual understanding with QAII, where bills are paid up to date for all of its commercial offices that utilize our services.Sincerely,Leana BradshawPublic RelationsOfficerlast_img