May 26, 2017 12:56 pm Last modified: 9:57 am

Local government

This Week’s Senate Calendar

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
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V.I. to Raise Minimum Wage on June 1

Effective June 1, the minimum wage in the U.S. Virgin Islands will be increased to $9.50 per hour for all employees, except tourist service and restaurant employees.
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Joint Chiefs of Staff Outstanding Public Service Award Given to Dr. Mark McGibbon

Gov. Kenneth Mapp presented V.I. Generation Network (viNGN) President and CEO Dr. Mark McGibbon with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Outstanding Public Service Award.
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GVI Employees, Retirees to Vote for GESC Group Health Insurance Board Reps

V.I. law requires the representation of one active employee and one retiree from each district to serve on the GESC Health Insurance Board.
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DOH to Host Workshops in Recognition of Mental Health Month

This year’s theme, “Risky Business,” highlights the importance of knowing when behaviors and habits can be unhealthy.
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Division of Personnel Announces New Applicant Tracking System

The Division of Personnel has announced a new and improved initiative that improves the electronic handling of all its recruitment needs.
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Human Services Celebrates Foster Care Month

The Department of Human Services invites all individuals interested in foster care to visit the Division of Children and Families.
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U.S. Postal Service to Reduce Services for St. Thomas Carnival 2017

Postal officials with the Caribbean District of the U.S. Postal Service remind residents to plan for several changes in service on Saturday, April 29.
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GERS to Hold Workshop for Retirees on May 10

GERS invites retired members to participate in a post-retirement workshop called “The Joys and Challenges of Retirement.”
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BIR to Hold Workshop for Timeshare Owners on New Environmental, Infrastructure Impact Fee

The V.I, Bureau of Internal Revenue informs all timeshare owners and timeshare plan managers that a new environmental/infrastructure impact fee will be imposed in the territory.
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