Public access to a Thursday morning meeting of the V.I. Next Generation Network board was not available, but the agency’s spokeswoman said members focused on replenishing their inventory and “hardening” the network’s infrastructure as the territory approaches the peak of hurricane season.
Gary Engle, has been meeting with former employees and St. John community members since late April, hoping to win support for a bill that is now before Congress which would allow CBIA to continue to maintain control of the property for 60 years.
The Department of Health will have two temporary modular buildings in which to work by late August at the cost of $10 million, according to Commissioner Michelle Davis.
This is the third of four stories on developments around the Caneel Bay Resort, which has been closed since Hurricane Irma struck the territory in September 2017.
The governing board of the V.I. Water and Power Authority granted approvals Thursday to facilitate the utility’s continued preparations for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs through Nov. 30.