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Local government

GVI: Processing of Payrolls on Hold Until Hurricane Maria Passes

all payroll processing in the STATS and Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) will be on hold until after Hurricane Maria passes, according to press release from V.I. Department of Finance.
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DOH Recovery Response Update: Medicine for Diabetics,WIC Checks, Mental Health Clients, Clinic Openings

The Department of Health’s (DOH) St. Thomas WIC clients who need to retrieve their WIC checks are asked to go to their respective clinics. Five DOH Clinics are now open.
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These Shelter Locations Are Open on St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix

This listing was released by the St. Croix Emergency Operations Center on Sunday, Sept. 17.
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U.S. Postal Service Informs Public of Tuesday Closing

There will be no inbound mail as well as no retail or mail handout service.
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DPNR Gives Hurricane Preparation Guidelines for Boaters in the U.S.V.I.

All boaters should begin to make necessary preparations for Hurricane Maria. Boaters desiring to take the initiative are advised to relocate to the havens mentioned below.
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Emergency Operations Center Gives Sandbag Distribution Locations on St. Thomas and St. John and St. Croix

The following are the distribution locations for sandbags on St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix. Distribution will begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 18, at all locations.
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Official Postal Services Update for All 3 Islands on Expanding Service As of Monday, Sept. 18

The following information is the official U.S. Postal Service update issued at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17.
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Finance Advises Agencies, Departments Must Enter Requisitions by Sept. 25

As recovery efforts continue in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Department of Finance Commissioner Valdamier Collens advises governmental agencies and departments that all requisitions must be entered into the Enterprise Resource Planning System.
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Hurricane Irma Restoration: Electrical System and Potable Water Updated for Sept. 18

The updates on electrical power and potable water supplies change in the territory every two or three days. This is the most recent breakdown of what is happening.
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FEMA Advises It’s Okay to Clean Up Homes and Businesses Damaged by Hurricane

Officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) inform homeowners, renters and business owners affected by Hurricane Irma on St. Thomas and St. John that it isn’t necessary to wait for a housing inspector before cleaning up. Whether that inspection is with FEMA, an insur
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