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Stridiron gets WAPA board seat

Sept. 24, 2001 – Attorney General Iver A. Stridiron was appointed by Gov. Charles Turnbull on Sept. 19 to the V.I. Water and Power Authority Board. He fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Planning and Natural Resources Commissioner Dean Plaskett.
The governor said that the appointment does not require approval by the Legislature.
Turnbull also said that Stridiron will not receive any additional money for serving on the board except for a per diem rate for travel expenses.

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Sept. 24, 2001 – Attorney General Iver A. Stridiron was appointed by Gov. Charles Turnbull on Sept. 19 to the V.I. Water and Power Authority Board. He fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Planning and Natural Resources Commissioner Dean Plaskett.
The governor said that the appointment does not require approval by the Legislature.
Turnbull also said that Stridiron will not receive any additional money for serving on the board except for a per diem rate for travel expenses.