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LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR

LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR
Week beginning Monday, March 19
Monday, March 19
9:30 a.m. – Committee on Youth and Human Services, Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix
Agenda
To receive testimony from students and youth leaders regarding issues and concerns in areas such as education health, recreation, access to community services, etc., and to hear recommendation for improving services to children and youth.
Invited Testifiers:
Student representatives from public, parochial and private school in
grades 7th through 12th.
Registered youth representatives from various community youth groups.
Tuesday, March 20
10 a.m.- Committee on Finance- Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix
Bill No. 24-0040 – To provide for a 9.5% tax on timeshare units in the Virgin Islands and to provide that the proceeds be deposited into the General Fund of the Government of the Virgin Islands and the Tourism advertising Revolving Fund
Bill No. 24-0041 – To reduce the numbers of employees needed for the marine charter boat industry to qualify for Industrial Development Commission benefits from 10 employees to three.
Wednesday, March 21
10 a.m.- Committee on Labor and Veterans Affairs Committee on Rules – Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall St. Thomas
Bill No. 24-0012 – To amend title 20, chapter 37, section 4, subsection 407, Virgin Islands Code pertaining to exemptions from the minimum wage requirements
Bill No. 24-0022 – To provide that all revenues collected by the Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenues in excess of those collected in the fiscal year 2000 be utilized to put all unionized government employees on step
Bill No. 24-0023 – To establish the United States Virgin Islands Military Museum and Veterans Memorial Complex
Bill No. 24-0033 – To amend title 17, section 473 (a), Virgin Islands
Code to extend the period of tuition exemption for members for the National Guard and for other related purposes
Bill No. 24-0036 – To amend title 19, chapter 17, section 376 (b),
Virgin Islands Code to provide free emergency medical service to veterans
Proposal to amend title 24 section 16 to increase penalties from $500 – $2500
Proposal for supplemental appropriation to The Department of Labor
Proposal to dedicate the property formerly known as the Virgin Islands Hotel as a Veterans Center that will include a full service clinic
Thursday, March 22
No Meetings
Friday, March 23
9:30 a.m. – Committee on Youth and Human Services-Earl B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda
To receive testimony from students and youth leaders regarding issues and concerns in areas such as education health, recreation, access to community services, etc., and to hear recommendation for improving services to children and youth.
Invited Testifiers:
Student representatives from public, parochial and private school in
grades 7th through 12th.
Registered youth representatives from various community youth groups.

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LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR
Week beginning Monday, March 19
Monday, March 19
9:30 a.m. - Committee on Youth and Human Services, Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix
Agenda
To receive testimony from students and youth leaders regarding issues and concerns in areas such as education health, recreation, access to community services, etc., and to hear recommendation for improving services to children and youth.
Invited Testifiers:
Student representatives from public, parochial and private school in
grades 7th through 12th.
Registered youth representatives from various community youth groups.
Tuesday, March 20
10 a.m.- Committee on Finance- Legislative Conference Room, St. Croix
Bill No. 24-0040 - To provide for a 9.5% tax on timeshare units in the Virgin Islands and to provide that the proceeds be deposited into the General Fund of the Government of the Virgin Islands and the Tourism advertising Revolving Fund
Bill No. 24-0041 - To reduce the numbers of employees needed for the marine charter boat industry to qualify for Industrial Development Commission benefits from 10 employees to three.
Wednesday, March 21
10 a.m.- Committee on Labor and Veterans Affairs Committee on Rules - Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall St. Thomas
Bill No. 24-0012 - To amend title 20, chapter 37, section 4, subsection 407, Virgin Islands Code pertaining to exemptions from the minimum wage requirements
Bill No. 24-0022 - To provide that all revenues collected by the Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenues in excess of those collected in the fiscal year 2000 be utilized to put all unionized government employees on step
Bill No. 24-0023 - To establish the United States Virgin Islands Military Museum and Veterans Memorial Complex
Bill No. 24-0033 - To amend title 17, section 473 (a), Virgin Islands
Code to extend the period of tuition exemption for members for the National Guard and for other related purposes
Bill No. 24-0036 - To amend title 19, chapter 17, section 376 (b),
Virgin Islands Code to provide free emergency medical service to veterans
Proposal to amend title 24 section 16 to increase penalties from $500 - $2500
Proposal for supplemental appropriation to The Department of Labor
Proposal to dedicate the property formerly known as the Virgin Islands Hotel as a Veterans Center that will include a full service clinic
Thursday, March 22
No Meetings
Friday, March 23
9:30 a.m. - Committee on Youth and Human Services-Earl B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda
To receive testimony from students and youth leaders regarding issues and concerns in areas such as education health, recreation, access to community services, etc., and to hear recommendation for improving services to children and youth.
Invited Testifiers:
Student representatives from public, parochial and private school in
grades 7th through 12th.
Registered youth representatives from various community youth groups.