These are the most often asked questions and answers about surviving Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria.
· Customer service offices in both districts are functional. On St. Croix, customers can conduct business at the authority’s offices in Sunny Isle. In the St. Thomas-St. John District, there is a temporary customer service location at WAPA’s offices in Port of Sale Mall.
Bovoni Landfill will be closed on Thursday, Oct. 12, and will reopen at 6 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14.
The agency continues to pay Social Security benefits: 99 percent by direct deposit in Puerto Rico and 98 percent in the USVI.
VIWMA asks the community to continue to assist its cleanup efforts by leaving only household waste in the designated sites throughout the island.
Lt. Gov. Osbert E. Potter, who is also the territory’s commissioner of insurance, informs public adjusters and residential property owners that rules and regulations governing the actions of public adjusters in the territory.
The DUA program is designed to provide unemployment benefits and re-employment services to individuals who are unemployed because of a major disaster and who are not eligible for regular unemployment insurance.
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority gives updates as of Oct. 10.
The V.I. Department of Sports, Parks and Recreation (DSPR) has arranged a series of stress-relief activities for U.S. Virgin Islands families throughout the territory.
Restoration and reconstruction work continued in both districts on Monday, Oct. 9. The focus remains on reconstructing the backbone of the electrical system.