The mayor did not give Luma six months in BNP Puerto Rico

Photo Facebook: San Sebastian Municipality

He assures that the claim of the people before the permanent power outage is “unusual”


Written by Metro Puerto Rico


2021 June 9 Wednesday night at 8:25 p.m.

Photo Facebook: San Sebastian Municipality

The mayor of San Sebastian, Javier Jimenez, today promised not to provide Luma Energy in Puerto Rico for even half a year of operation, after his first days as an electrical service operator on the island.

“The Luma will not last for six months, it will not last because the people’s claim is unusual. We mayors say this,” Jimenez said in an interview with Flying Hart Paul.

The new progressive mayor said that about 800 families in his municipality are currently without energy service and when they called Luma, they had only one battalion to cover San Sebastian and nearby cities.

Luma, San Sebastian and Pepino Power Commission

Yesterday, in an interview with Jimenez Metro, he revealed that he had implemented it Pepino Power Authority Because Luma did not agree to restore the energy service.

With this in mind, Luma made an “emergency call.” Municipal officials and private sector contractors Avoid trying to operate the electric power transmission and distribution system independently in Puerto Rico.

Their manifestations can be found here:

June 9, 2021

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