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This Week’s Senate Calendar

32nd Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning March 27

Monday, March 27

No committee meetings will be held today.

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Tuesday, March 28

10 a.m.

Committee on Economic Development and Agriculture

Frits E. Lawaetz Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix

Agenda:

The committee has scheduled a meeting to take testimony from officials at the USVI Department of Agriculture, USVI Department of Tourism and the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority.    

Wednesday, March 29

10 a.m.

Committee on Health, Hospitals and Human Services

Frits E. Lawaetz Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix

Agenda:

The committee has scheduled a meeting to discuss the following bills: 

Bill No. 32-0020 –  An Act amending Title 3, V.I.C., sections 6 and 7, relating to the composition of the Government Employees Services Commission and re-designating it as the Health Insurance Board of Trustees and for other related purposes 

Bill No. 32-0021 – An Act amending Title 1, V.I.C., section 253; Title 3, V.I.C., sections 256, 558, 562 and 643; Title 17, section 190 to replace the Government Employees Services Commission with the Public Employees Relations Board; and repealing Title 25, V.I. C., subchapter II and Title 23, V.I.C., section 11

Thursday, March 30

No committee meetings will be held today.

Friday, March 31

CENTENNIAL TRANSFER DAY

Transfer Day is a holiday celebrated in the U.S. Virgin Islands on March 31. It marks the transfer of the islands from Denmark to the United States of America that took place in 1917.

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