Frederiksted Health Care takes this time to thank the family of the late Lena Schulterbrandt, or “Mrs. Schultie” as we fondly called her, for sharing her with Frederiksted Health Care and the community of St. Croix.
The Donoe Redevelopment Project is all well and good, but Jelani Ritter believes homeownership should replace renting if Virgin Islanders are to progress.
On behalf the of New Horizon Women’s Democratic Club USVI, President Abbelle Bakr congratulates Sen. Donna Frett-Gregory, Sen. Genevieve Whitaker and Sen. Carla Joseph on their shattering the glass ceiling.
AARP in The Virgin Islands had a triumphant welcoming of the New Year with the successful signing of two major pieces of legislation this month.
As the federal permit is finalized for the St. John Marina and the project moves into construction, Summer’s End looks forward to the continuation of work working with local advisors, community members, Governor Bryan and his administration, as well as National Marine Fisheries Service and the Department of the Army to ensure that St. John’s new marina is a cornerstone of sustainability in the future of the island’s culture, economy and environment.
Phil Clarke writes that Denmark should give financial compensation to its former colonies in the Virgin Islands. 15.5 billion DKK (US$ 2.6 billion) would be an appropriate amount.
Mac Davis thinks the Senate will be considering a change in the formation of the governing board of the Magens Bay Authority that may cost U.S. Virgin Islanders a great deal. He says the effect of Bill No. 33- 0374 becoming law could be potentially disastrous for the present inhabitants and their heirs.
Lloyd Gardner questions the need and wisdom of building the Paul E. Joseph Stadium on St. Croix. He says the Legislature has given over $25 million to a project that needs an audit immediately.
Keith A. Smith Sr. says that ‘substitute’ teachers in the Virgin Islands school system have not been paid in 12 weeks. He asks the public and government leaders to help teachers survive.
The Salvation Army explains its many programs to help the people of the Virgin Islands during times of crisis. It has been active in the territory since 1917.