In keeping with its mission of helping small businesses start, grow and thrive, the U.S. Small Business Administration reminds the small business community of Lender Match, its online referral tool that connects small business borrowers with participating SBA lenders.
These investments boost reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance for residents and businesses.
Two USVIEDA employees were recognized for their dedication to public service last week at the 2019 USVI Employee of the Year 30th Annual Public Service Recognition Week Award Ceremony.
The company is prepared with a fleet of equipment that can be quickly deployed before, during and after any storm. AT&T is prepared to restore and maintain service if disaster strikes.
At least 50 properties are now accessible on its website for business investment. This online database gives developers and investors ways to learn about these properties.
WAPA reminds both its employees and customers to be prepared for potential storm activity that could temporarily interrupt electrical and potable water service.
Both meetings will be accessible via Skype webinar and/or conference call.
In the event of a disaster, they should refrain from moving or cutting downed lines on their property or near their homes because they may be active power lines, telephone lines or cable TV lines. To report downed lines or any other Viya service-related issues, customers should contact Viya.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. is very encouraged by the response of investors to the tourism opportunities and incentives offered by the territory. Federal resources being invested into USVI’s infrastructure, he said, were powering his administration's plans for presenting St. Thomas as a top tier tourism product and developing distinct identities for St. John and St. Croix.
On Thursday, the Governing Board of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority approved a $250,000 contract to ensure the utility remains in compliance with testing mandates set forth by the EPA as part of existing consent decrees at the WAPA power plants.