Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.

32nd Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning April 10

Monday, April 10

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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 Service Commission (GESC) and re-designating it as the Health Insurance Board of Trustees, and for other purposes

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

Tuesday, April 11

10 a.m.

Committee on Finance

Cleone Henrietta Creque Legislative Conference Room, Cruz Bay, St. John

Agenda:

The committee will consider the following bills and lease agreement:

BLOCK I

10 a.m. to Noon

Lease Agreement between the Government of the Virgin Islands, Department of Property and Procurement and Island Green Building Association Inc. — Leased premises: A portion of Parcel 6-A Estate Susannaberg, No. 17A Cruz Bay Quarter, St. John, consisting of approximately 19,704 sq. ft.

Noon to 1 p.m.   LUNCH

BLOCK II

1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Bill No. 32-0030 – An Act amending Title 33, V.I.C., section 2404, limiting increases in the assessed value of real property for purposes of property tax

Wednesday, April 12

9 a.m.

Committee on Housing, Public Works, Waste Management and Planning

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

Agenda:

The committee has scheduled a hearing to consider CZM permits for St. Thomas.

RC Hotels Virgin Islands Inc. (CZT-3-16W) – to allow the permittee the continued use and occupancy of an existing 8” diameter X 130’ long seawater intake line to the RO Plant. The line extends seaward of Parcel Nos. 1 and 3 Estate Nazareth, St. Thomas

Sanctuary Holdings LLC (CZT-25-16W) – This permit allows for the installation of eight moorings in two phases. Phase One includes moorings numbered 14 on Exhibit 8; Phase Two includes moorings numbered 5-8 on Exhibit B. this activity is located seaward of Parcel No. 23, Estate Frenchman’s Bay, St. Thomas 

Reef Ecology Foundation (CZT-05-15W) – This permit allows the continued use and occupancy of the permanent moorings for day use only at frequently used dive site locations in the territorial waters surrounding St. Thomas and St. John

Anchorage Condominium Assn. (CZT-10-16W) – This permit allows the continued use and occupancy of a 120’, 3” seawater intake line which services its reverse osmosis plant. In addition, this permit allows for the continued use and occupancy of the submerged lands for six swimming buoys. This activity is located seaward of Parcel No. 8-57-4 Estate Nazareth, St. Thomas.

Dun Run Gold (CZT – I-95LW) — This permit supersedes major Coastal Zone Management Permit No. CZT-1-95 (L&W) and allows for the continued use and occupancy of the existing reverse osmosis plant with 12” diameter, 140’ long intake line and 12” diameter, 650’ long outfall line. The permit site is located at Plot No. C-2-Q Estate Lovenlund, St. Thomas.

St. Thomas Yacht Club (CZT – 4-16 (W)) — This permit supersedes major Coastal Zone Management Permit No. CZT-12-89 (W), and allows for the continued use and occupancy of a 110’-9” x 7’-8” dock with a 39’-6” x 8’-6” … a 335ft. concrete bulkhead with a length of 58 linear feet, 3,500 sq. ft. of submerged land surrounding the dock and one wooden pile. The dock is located seaward of Parcels Nos. 8-1-1 and 8-58 Estate Nazareth, St. Thomas

True Crew VI, LLC (CZT-33-16W) — This permit allows for the installation of a private mooring and the operation of a 37-ft. food boat known as Pizza Ri. This activity will occur at 1818’ 33.464”N / 6449’ 54.955”W in the Christmas Cove area of Jersey Bay, St. Thomas. 

Thursday, April 13

HOLIDAY – HOLY THURSDAY

Friday, April 14

HOLIDAY – GOOD FRIDAY

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