Dear Senators of the 33rd Legislature, After the alleged reorganization of the 33rd Legislature this afternoon, Senator Gittens’ actions and statement left doubt and confusion...
The Public Services Commission (PSC) releases the following dissent from PSC Commissioner Johann Clendenin on Docket 676 - PSC Order No. 45-2019 of April 25, 2019; in the matter of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authorities Petition for Approval of the Temporary Hurricane Recovery Surcharge and Leased Generation Surcharge stating, in part:
As an Elder in his 70s, Ivan Butcher II gives advice to Virgin Islands youth and the community at large on creating a better future for all.
Gerard Emanuel gives many reasons to vote yes on the Reapportionment Initiative by telling people what the consequences are of voting no.
Ivan Butcher II asks “Imagine if we worked in the best interest of all of us?”
Gwen-Marie Moolenaar gives four reasons why she will not be voting for the Reapportionment Initiative.
The Coral Bay Community Council wants to know why Summer’s End Group has failed to clear hurricane wreckage from their leased properties on St. John. The group is hitting a brick wall.
Charlene Kehoe, director of Cancer Support VI, recently had a mastectomy at Schneider Regional Medical Center. Her experience was all good.
Ivan Butcher II says he supports the Reapportionment Initiative, but he believes it needs some altercations and more clarity.
Susan Lloyd had breakfast with the man, Oriel Smith, who has been taking care of the grounds of Caneel. He has also been protecting St. John’s donkeys for over 20 years. She and others have started a fund to preserve the island’s natural beauty and wildlife.