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June 12, 2010 — wdsutv — Great interview from New Orleans TV station wdsu tv.
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BP blocking blocks media access new Orleans oil spill gulf of mexico blackout
Originally posted by loveguy
When it is said that BP is in control, the responsible party to the clean-up efforts, it's fair to say that the security on site is under control of BP?
A job fair in Bastrop offers 100 temporary security jobs for Gulf of Mexico oil spill duty along the coast, hundreds of miles away.
gulf_oil_contract_workers_grand_isle.JPGSusan Poag/The Times-PicayuneGulf of Mexico oil spill cleanup contract workers arrive on the beach at Grand Isle on Thursday.
Hub Enterprises of Broussard has a contract with BP PLC for security officers and supervisors from Venice to Cameron.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission's Morehouse Business and Career Solutions Center has a job fair for Hub on Tuesday at the Bastrop Municipal Center.
Hub will provide 16 hours of state-required training.
The jobs will pay $13 to $14 per hour, and will require shifts of seven consecutive days on, seven days off, or 14 days on and 14 days off. A Hub spokesman says they don't know how long the jobs will last.
Bastrop is about a six-hour drive from Cameron, and more than 7 hours from Venice.