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This Week’s Senate Calendar April 22-26

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
Saviana Charles (Photo supplied by VIPD)

V.I. Police Find Runaway STT Teen

The Virgin Islands Police Department is seeking 15-year-old Saviana Charles, a 15-year-old St. Thomas girl who police described as a runaway.

St. John Film Society to Screen ‘Sugar Pathways’

The St. John Film Society will host a one-time screening of the documentary “Sugar Pathways” (50 minutes) by Johanna Bermudez-Ruiz. It will be screened Tuesday, May 7, at Bajo El Sol Gallery, St. John.
Sen. Tregenza Roach addresses Friday's Senate session. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, V.I. Legislature)

Roach Announces Extension of Deadline to File Real Legacy Insurance Claims

When appointed ancillary receiver on Jan. 18, Roach petitioned for an extension of the original deadline date in order to protect policyholders in the territory and to allow them adequate time to file claims.

Bryan Honors V.I. Linemen on National Lineman Appreciation Day

He honors all Virgin Islanders who are WAPA line personnel and linemen who remained in the territory following the 2017 hurricanes for their exemplary service.

Free Benefit Concert for USVI Coming to St. John in May

Intellectual Global Concepts, (IGC) Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis, RTPark, the University of The Virgin Islands (UVI) and Grammy Award-winning jazz drummer Dion Parson are presenting the “Music Is Life” benefit that will be held on May 18-19, at The St. John Bayfront at The Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis.

Caneel Bay Resort Bids Farewell to Chad Prentice

Caneel Bay Resort owners have announced that having enjoyed a long and successful tenure at Caneel Bay, Chad Prentice, director of operations, is leaving to further his career by joining a prestigious resort in Key Biscayne, Fla.

Bryan, Boschulte Want USVI in Top Caribbean Tourism Spot

The U.S. Virgin Islands is determined to position itself as the number one tourism destination in the Caribbean by employing robust public/ private partnerships.

Bryan Working with HUD Secretary Carson on Increasing Funds for Electric Grid, Other Topics

Bryan highlighted several key areas where HUD could make improvements to the hurricane recovery efforts and requested that Secretary Carson consider making changes to the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Program
Kimberley Causey Gomez

Bryan Nominates Causey-Gomez for Human Services Commissioner

Kimberley Causey-Gomez is a licensed, certified social worker and human services professional, and she brings more than 25 years of volunteer and professional experience to the department.





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