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Their 40 co-workers from Jacksonville, also linemen, are making up to 0 earning double time, public records show.But the Montana company that hired the workers, Whitefish Energy Holdings, had a contract that allowed it to bill the Puerto Rican public power company, known as Prepa, 9 an hour for linemen, a rate that industry experts said was far above the norm even for emergency work — and almost 17 times the average salary of their counterparts in Puerto Rico.On Sunday, 54 days later, the grid was working at 47.8 percent of capacity.The Whitefish case has already influenced Puerto Rico’s recovery: President Trump agreed to increase aid to the island — but only if the Puerto Rican government does a better job of estimating costs.“Based on Whitefish, all of the contracts need to be looked at, especially from the beginning until there is a process we are comfortable with,” he said.The situation in Puerto Rico is dire: According to the research firm Rhodium Group, this is the largest blackout in United States history. 20, power was knocked out at every home and business.
On Sunday, she got home and created a sign with hot-pink letters that read, "Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life." Leigh posted a now-viral picture of the sign on Facebook Sunday.Still the costs came as a surprise to the public utilities in Florida that had sent workers.“We know what we are invoicing is our straight costs,” said Chris M.Gent, vice president for communications at the Kissimmee Utility Authority.For their trouble, the six electrical workers from Kissimmee are earning an hour, plus overtime.
The senior power linemen from Lakeland are earning an hour working in Puerto Rico, the Florida utility said.
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