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Charlotte Amalie
Monday, October 18, 2021

Local government

Governor Meets Virtually With HUD Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman

Gov. Bryan met virtually with Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Adrianne Todman and discussed a number of topics regarding a variety of housing issues in the territory.

Homeland Security Investigations and VIPD Collaborate Successfully

On Sept. 16, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Special Agent in Charge (SAC) San Juan-Ivan Arvelo presented a symbolic check to VIPD Commissioner Ray Martinez in the amount of $870,738.55.

VI Board of Licensed Counselors and Examiners Puts Moratorium on Issuing of Licenses

The temporary hold is to allow for the structuring of policies and procedures that are paramount to the fulfillment of the board’s duty to serve the community.
Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett

Plaskett Issues Statement on Legislation to Keep Government Running and Avoid Default

“This bill includes a provision to cancel the outstanding balances of Community Disaster Loans (CDLs) issued by FEMA to the Virgin Islands. This will save the Virgin Islands more than $300 million in much needed revenue,” said Congresswoman Plaskett.
Daphne O’Neal, serves as the USVI Office of Highway Safety Director (O'Neal provided photo)

Territory Observes Child Passenger Safety Week

This effort to promote car seat safety coincides with Child Passenger Safety Week, which is nationally recognized from Sept. 19-25.

Law Enforcement Recruits Graduate from Police Academy

The keynote speaker for the St. Thomas graduation was Virgin Islands Attorney General Denise George; the guest speaker on St. Croix was St. Croix District Chief of Police Sean Santos.
Commissioner of Labor Gary Molloy (Submitted photo)

DOL Encourages Participation in the 2nd Annual Labor Affairs Summit

Labor Commissioner Gary Molloy promotes Labor Affairs Summit to strengthen the partnership between management and workers to demonstrate best practices.

V.I. Department of Human Services Summer P-EBT Plan Approved

All students (K through Grade 12) currently enrolled in USVI public schools and private schools that participate in the National School Lunch Program are eligible.
A pig trots out of the way of a truck at the Susannaberg Transfer Station.

Susannaberg Transfer Station Informs Public of Waste Acceptance Protocols

The Susannaberg Transfer Station will be accepting waste from haulers carrying commercial trash.

WAPA Board Approves Employee Health Insurance, Utility Operating Budgets

The Governing Board of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority met in an emergency meeting on Thursday and approved several items .