Bob White remembers his longtime friend and radio partner Holland Redfield.
Sandra Bradley compares the youth of the Virgin Islands to those young people in the world who compete at the Olympics. She asks the adults to set goals for the young to get behind and to lead them away from crime towards worthy purposes.
As she retires, Gwendolyn Hall Brady bids farewell and thanks the people of the Virgin Islands for allowing her to serve them.
Dr. Steve Hardee says it is time to restrict nonvaccinated people from places such as bars, restaurants, theaters and cruise ships.
Moleto Smith Jr. asks that all Virgin Islanders unite to focus on defeating the COVID crisis.
Prof. Paul Leary says that the news on the Limetree Refinery and the history of refineries in the Virgin Islands accentuates the need for the elimination of fossil fuels. He points out that the territory is blessed with abundant sunshine and constant winds that could form the basis for a green alternative.
The current single board of elections has been operating devoid of bylaws rules of governance and other parameters which would legitimize this body politic.
Dawn Henry gives a brief history of how the current environmental crisis was created in spite of the good intentions of the V.I. Government, the DPNR. She says that under the Trump Administration the scale was tipped in favor of big business over environmental regulations.
Mary L. Moorhead advises the Legislature of which courses are significant for the proper development of future generations and for a sustainable Virgin Islands economy.
Stephanie Chalana Brown brings up many issues that surround the decision to allow or not the Cowgirl Bebop Floating Lounge.
The Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections responds to the payroll issues raised by correctional officers and other employees.
Stephen DePaula Jr. writes: "We ignored the warning signs, the Trip Advisor reviews, and the facts. As a result, we were assaulted at gunpoint and robbed."
The St. Thomas and St. John Chamber of Commerce praises Governor Bryan and Delegate to Congress Plaskett for leading the Virgin Islands through the present pandemic. It agrees with the governor must now look to diversification of the V.I. economy.
Mary L. Moorhead praises the appointment of Stephanie Berry, a person of great experience, to be the new executive director of the Virgin Islands Board of Education.