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VIEDA, Boards to Hold Public Hearing, Decision Meeting

A public hearing for the Economic Development Commission (EDC) will be held at 9 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 11. Also,…

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DPNR Advises Residents on Zika Virus

The V.I. Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) urges the community to employ sound pest management practices that will prevent the breeding of mosquitoes in and around their homes.

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2016-02-06 01:22:43
Sisterhood Agenda Recruiting Girls for Its SHE Program

Sisterhood Agenda has won the award for Best Non-profit on St. John. The organization implements local programs for women and youth, and it is currently recruiting for its SHE (Sisters, Healthy and Empowered) program for teenage girls, ages 14 and 15.

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2016-02-03 13:55:38
Source Manager's Journal: The Students and Martin Luther King Day

Martin Luther King Day invariably brings out a range of emotions. What they are largely depends on who you are and, especially, how old you are. These emotions include pride, regret, sorrow, hope, anger and, for a lot of people, indifference. 

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2016-02-02 18:37:14
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Hovensa Will Sell Petroleum Coke Regardless

Dear Source:

In a recent letter, Ivan Butcher II made the inaccurate assertion that WAPA would buy petroleum coke from HOVENSA for the Alpine Energy Waste-to-Energy Plants that HOVENSA would otherwise pay other entities to take “off its hands.” In fact, there is a well established and competitive market for petroleum coke. As a result, HOVENSA is able to sell all of the petroleum coke that it produces. HOVENSA will continue to sell the petroleum coke that it produces whether or not the Waste-to-Energy Plants are constructed in the Virgin Islands. Sincerely,
Alex A. Moorhead
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