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FYI FROM SEN. ROOSEVELT C. DAVID

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Committee on Rules Meeting

The Committee on Rules, headed by Senator Roosevelt St. C. David has scheduled a very important meeting for Thursday February 12, 2004. Senator David has made an announcement to all press, testifiers, and nominees that the meeting has been postponed from 10:00 AM Thursday to 1:00 PM the same day. Senator Roosevelt St. C. David, Chairman of the Committee on Rules asks for cooperation due to the schedule change. Senator David invites all those who are willing to give testimony on the following nominees to phone the office at (340) 693-3664. The nominees for this week Committee on Rules are:
Ms. Darlene Carty who was nominated by the Governor for the position of Commissioner of the Virgin Islands Department of Health
Ms. Cheryl Boynes-Jackson nominated by the Governor to sit on the Governing Board for the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority
The Governor nominated Mr. Devin Carrington of St. Croix, for a position on the Virgin Islands Casino Control Commission.
The Committee on Rules will meet on St. Thomas in the Earl B. Ottley Legislative Conference Room at 1:00 PM Thursday February 12, 2004. All those in the community willing to give testimony on any of the nominees are invited to call Senator David’s office at (340) 693-3664.

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