This Week’s Senate Calendar

31st Legislature of the Virgin Islands
Senate Calendar Week Beginning June 13
Monday, June 13
9 a.m.

Committee on Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth and Recreation
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee has scheduled a meeting to receive an update on retirement racehorse care provided as a result of funding allotted in Act No. 7318 to Virgin Islands Horse Rescue & Retirement Inc. and Golden Age Co-Sanctuary and Equestrian Center
10:30 a.m. to Noon
To provide an update on the progress of the establishment of racing facilities on St. Thomas for sports tourism and recreation
1 – 2:30 p.m.
To receive a status report on Coki Point Beach on St. Thomas, including maintenance, security, visitor and resident experience, and rules and regulations
Tuesday, June 14
9 a.m.

Committee on Housing, Public Works and Waste Management
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St Thomas
Agenda:
The committee will take action on the following bill:
Bill No. 31-0316 – An Act amending Title 29, V.I.C., chapter 8, adding subchapter 11 to establish a comprehensive waste reduction, recycling and composting program in the Virgin Islands
Wednesday, June 15
9 a.m.

Committee on Finance (Budget Hearing)
Frits E. Lawaetz Conference Room, St. Croix
Agenda:
The committee has scheduled a hearing to receive testimony from the following departments and agencies on the Fiscal Year 2017 budget appropriations
9 a.m. — Virgin Islands Police Department
Noon — Lunch
1 p.m. — Law Enforcement Planning Commission
3 p.m. — Bureau of Information Technology
Thursday, June 16
9 a.m.

Committee on Finance (Budget Hearing)
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St Thomas
Agenda:
The committee has scheduled a hearing to receive testimony from the following departments and agencies on the Fiscal Year 2017 budget appropriations.
9 a.m. — Virgin Islands Fire Service
Noon — Lunch
1 p.m. — Division of Personnel
3 p.m. — Office of Management and Budget
Friday, June 17
No committee meetings will be held today.
 

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