WAPA said Saturday that WAPA is monitoring the developing weather system, Tropical Depression Nine, for any potential impact it may have on the territory resulting in a power restoration effort.
In accordance with Virgin Islands law, testing for the rank of correction officer territory-wide will take place Oct. 23-25. Application packages are due by Sept. 28.
The following facilities have been identified as shelters for the 2018 Hurricane Season. Based on the event, VITEMA will determine which shelter locations will be opened to receive the public.
2018 Hurricane Tracking Maps are being distributed throughout the territory, and can be collected at the following locations while supplies last.
Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes announces the status update of the St. Croix Government Retirees Inc. Initiative in both districts. The total verified voters to date are listed as follows.
While steady progress is being made toward the goal of issuing monthly bills for a 30-day service period, the authority’s post-storm billing continues to lag by about 30 days.
Isaacs, who has served as a certified mediator for the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands since 2015 and who practiced law for decades on the U.S. mainland, will serve a four-year term.
Non-profits impacted include Partners in Recovery, Bethlehem House, V.I. Center for Independent Living, Men’s Coalition, My Brother’s Workshop, St. John Community Foundation and Lutheran Social Services.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the V.I. Economic Development Commission Decision Meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 6, has been rescheduled for 9 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 20.
The impacts of hurricanes Irma and Maria, together with some damage from the recent vessel removal operation, have rendered portions of the chain unusable. Berths at Otter 12, Otter 13, and Borck 4 are not usable because of chain damage.