National Weather Service: Puerto Rico Damage Assessment

October 25, 2017

Sobering doesn’t cut it.

Gut Wrenching. Horrifying maybe.
But certainly gives a sense of what the obstacles are going to be getting this territory back up and running again.



A $300 million contract to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s electrical infrastructure, which was awarded to a small, two-year-old Montana company that had only two employees when Hurricane Maria struck the U.S. territory, has sparked calls for an investigation from both Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill.

In addition to its size and relative inexperience, the fact that Whitefish Energy Holdings is based in Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s hometown of Whitefish, Mont., is fueling questions about how Whitefish Energy Holdings secured the lucrative contract. The former Montana congressman’s son also had a summer job at a Whitefish construction site.

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One Response to “National Weather Service: Puerto Rico Damage Assessment”

  1. indy222 Says:

    2…. two what? 2,000? 200?….. you can’t mean 2. What!! TWO!!! As in……TWOOOOOOO!!!!???? TWO EMPLOYEES!??!!??

    What the freak does it take to bring moral outrage sufficient to launch the revolution? I wonder.

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