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TAXI COMMISSION TO HOST PUBLIC FORUM TUESDAY

A broad cross-section of St. Thomas private and public sector officials are scheduled to take part in a public forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday hosted by the Taxi Commission.
The meeting will be held at the V.I. Taxi Association building in Contant, behind The Old Mill bar and restaurant.
The program is to feature an address by architect John Woods of the Jaredian Group, speaking on the Highway Improvement Program Plan 8.
Also invited to speak on related issues are Licensing and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Andrew Rutnick, West Indian Company president Edward Thomas, Law Enforcement Planning Commission administrator Wayne Chinnery, St. Thomas-St. John Hotel and Tourism Association president Dick Doumeng, Tourism Assistant Commissioner Monique Sibilly-Hodge, Capital Improvement Projects director Keith Richards, Police Chief Jose Garcia, Public Works Deputy Commissioner Verne Callwood, Edmund Penn and Bill Jowers of the Magens Bay Authority, St. Thomas/Water Island administrator Louis Hill, Wheatley Taxi president Judy Wheatley, and Port Authority representatives.
The speakers are to address diverse issues including taxi franchise parking problems at Magens Bay, taxi industry regulations, a taxi parking plan for downtown Charlotte Amalie and taxi operator training needs.
The meeting is to conclude with discussion led by V.I. Taxi Association executive director Harold M. Baker of a revised taxi tariff.

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A broad cross-section of St. Thomas private and public sector officials are scheduled to take part in a public forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday hosted by the Taxi Commission.
The meeting will be held at the V.I. Taxi Association building in Contant, behind The Old Mill bar and restaurant.
The program is to feature an address by architect John Woods of the Jaredian Group, speaking on the Highway Improvement Program Plan 8.
Also invited to speak on related issues are Licensing and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Andrew Rutnick, West Indian Company president Edward Thomas, Law Enforcement Planning Commission administrator Wayne Chinnery, St. Thomas-St. John Hotel and Tourism Association president Dick Doumeng, Tourism Assistant Commissioner Monique Sibilly-Hodge, Capital Improvement Projects director Keith Richards, Police Chief Jose Garcia, Public Works Deputy Commissioner Verne Callwood, Edmund Penn and Bill Jowers of the Magens Bay Authority, St. Thomas/Water Island administrator Louis Hill, Wheatley Taxi president Judy Wheatley, and Port Authority representatives.
The speakers are to address diverse issues including taxi franchise parking problems at Magens Bay, taxi industry regulations, a taxi parking plan for downtown Charlotte Amalie and taxi operator training needs.
The meeting is to conclude with discussion led by V.I. Taxi Association executive director Harold M. Baker of a revised taxi tariff.