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Wharton ‘front-runner’ for Transport Board job

MARIA BRADSHAW, mariabradshaw@nationnews.com

Added 14 June 2019


Fabian Wharton (left) and Morris Lee arriving at Government Headquarters in April for an emergency meeting with Prime Minister Mia Mottley and other stakeholders in the tranportation sector. (FP)

A ZR driver and owner is among the candidates vying to be behind the steering wheel of the Transport Board.

Reports reaching the Weekend Nation indicate that Fabian Wharton, who is also public relations officer for the Public Service Vehicles Workers’ Association, has applied for the post of general manager at the problem-plagued state entity.

He and two other candidates were being considered for the job, but sources said Wharton appeared to be the front-runner. (MB)

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