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A top executive with the group that has sought to promote horse racing in the U.S. Virgin Islands says he has received a response to his request to change the terms of the franchise agreement with the V.I. government, but he's not sure what it means.
A civil engineer who was once in charge of the Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority is returning to his former post. According to a WMA news release, Roger Merritt III resumed his duties on Monday.
A lawyer representing the V.I. government asked a federal judge to waive penalties and interest owed to GERS. During a Tuesday morning hearing in District Court, the judge said the law does not allow him to do so.
One and one-quarter years after the top brass at the Virgin Islands Police Department cleared a hurdle towards successfully meeting the terms of a federal consent decree, they learned Wednesday how close they are to losing all they’ve worked for.
One year after a federal judge declared the Virgin Islands Police Department had met the terms of a decade-old court order to curb improper use of force, civil rights lawyers say something has gone wrong.
Internal Revenue Bureau Director Joel Lee told lawmakers Tuesday that if the District Court rules against the government’s appeal to reinstate excise taxes, the bureau has no backup plan in the face of roughly $45 million in tax collection losses each year.