The Virgin Islands Housing Authority Management Offices and Public Housing Communities on St. Thomas will close for three days.
VITEMA is making final preparations for the national level, full-scale exercise called Vigilant Guard to be conducted next week in the USVI.
Employees and retirees can cast their votes using the new telephonic voting number or by accessing the Division of Personnel’s Web site at www.dopusvi.org.
Commissioner Dawn L. Henry Esq. informs the public that the mooring application has been revised and the new application form can found online.
V.I. Economic Development Commission will hold a public hearing on an application from Auven Therapeutics Management LLLP, as well as other matters.
Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
Effective June 1, the minimum wage in the U.S. Virgin Islands will be increased to $9.50 per hour for all employees, except tourist service and restaurant employees.
Gov. Kenneth Mapp presented V.I. Generation Network (viNGN) President and CEO Dr. Mark McGibbon with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Outstanding Public Service Award.
V.I. law requires the representation of one active employee and one retiree from each district to serve on the GESC Health Insurance Board.
This year’s theme, “Risky Business,” highlights the importance of knowing when behaviors and habits can be unhealthy.