Leave FPL's president and CEO alone

Leave FPL's president and CEO alone

There are 6 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Apr 30, 2009, titled Leave FPL's president and CEO alone. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

A few weeks ago, you published a column with input from others criticizing the pay and benefits FPL CEO Lewis Hay and President Armando Olivera receive.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

The Real One

Pompano Beach, FL

#1 Apr 30, 2009
FPL's rates are among the lowest in the nation? What a fallacy? The writer of this letter is either an FPL employee or a shareholder. FPL has very shady business pratices such as requiring obscene deposits after late payments. These deposits are mandatory or else your service is not restored. Also, these deposits are not returned to consumers until they pay on time for two years consecutively. I you pay late again then the 24 month period resets and YOUR money is still in FPL's hands. What an upstanding corporation! Let's not even delve into the legality of FPL even existing as a corporation because everyone is aware of their illegal monopoly and their butt budy relationship with the Public Service Commision who socks it to the consumers on the behalf of this so called great and compassionate company known as FPL.(Fhucking People & Loving it)
Monopoly Guy

West Palm Beach, FL

#2 Apr 30, 2009
Stop picking on FPL! Sure, they have a monopoly that brings them ricockulous profits every year while people are struggling to make ends meet. If the CEO wants a gold plated Gulfstream to make the commute to work, then let our hard earned dollars grant his royal majesty just that.

Pompano Beach, FL

#3 Apr 30, 2009
Not to mention the fact that FPL used millions of dollars (donated by FPL users) for advertising for alternative energy rather than investing in alternative energy. If a private charity did this they would be nationally lambasted.

Cypress, TX

#4 May 30, 2009
My good people get ready to be bent over again, FPL is going to spend your 1.5 Billion dollars in excess fees and charges for a pipeline that can be done cheaper by an existing company. But the great kings of FPL want there own pipeline I guess (WHAAA I want it!! I want it!!) probably so the Gulfstream jet can be used to fly over it and view the empire. This is another example of why the leadership at FPL should be exchanged.

Pompano Beach, FL

#5 Nov 30, 2009
FPL gets away with murder! Its time to convict these rapists.

Blaine, TN

#6 Nov 30, 2009
We should not have hung Saddam either! Leave Bin Laden alone.

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