FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — The Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) has said that of 1,699 cases handled during the financial year 2008/09, 1,568 were resolved, a 92.28 per cent resolution rate. Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunication and Special Project, Hon. Daryl Vaz, gave details of the annual report at yesterday’s Post Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House. The Minister said that the Commission witnessed a slight reduction in the number of complaints it handles, which may have resulted from the relocation of its office in August and the resulting temporary absence of telephone and e-mail facilities. The Commission was ranked among the top performers, in terms of contributing to the Government’s policy research committees and realised a net surplus of $7 million at the end of the year. The Annual Report will be tabled in the Houses of Parliament by the Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon. Karl Samuda RelatedCabinet sees CAC report RelatedCabinet sees CAC report RelatedCabinet sees CAC report By CHRIS PATTERSON, JIS Reporter Advertisements Cabinet sees CAC report ParliamentMay 5, 2011
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Melissa Wolter (Photo by John Blackie) Share PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida’s Volleyball team will hold their annual Holiday Volleyball Skills Clinic on Sunday, November 28 from 2:00PM-6:30PM. The clinic will be held in the UWF Field House for female students in grades 10-12 and in junior college. Students who attend the clinic will be able to work with UWF’s current and previous volleyball team players. At the clinic, students will be able to work on individual and team skills training, weight training information and practices, and learn speed and agility training exercises. The cost of the clinic is $35 before November 28 and $40 on November 28. If you are interested in participating in the UWF Holiday Volleyball Skills Clinic, please contact Graduate Assistant Coach Rafa Maranhao at [email protected] and fill out the clinic registration form, which can be found here. Print Friendly Version UWF Volleyball to Hold Skills Clinic