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This Week's Senate Calendar

29th Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning Oct. 31
Monday, Oct. 31
10 a.m.
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Committee on Education, Youth and Culture
Agenda:
The committee will host a public hearing to consider the following bills:
Bill No. 29-0162 – An Act amending Title 17, V.I.C., chapter 33, establishing the University of the Virgin Islands Congressional Internship Scholarship Program
11 a.m.
Bill No. 29-0111 – An Act requiring all students participation in interscholastic sports to have an annual physical examination, including an electrocardiogram exam at the beginning of the sport season prior to that individual participating in any interscholastic sports, and for other purposes.
2 p.m.
Bill No. 29-0160 – An Act amending Title 17, V.I.C. to enact the Agriculture in the Classroom Act
Tuesday, Nov. 1
Holiday —- D. Hamilton Jackson Day
Wednesday, Nov. 2
10 a.m.
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Committee on Planning and Environmental Protection
Agenda:
The committee will conduct a hearing to receive testimony on the following items:
Bill No. 29-0207 – An Act amending Title 3, V.I.C., chapter 2, to transfer the Archives Division from the Department of Planning and Natural Resources to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Minor CZM Permit CZJ-26-10(W) for the continued and occupancy of an existing 468 ft. small private pier in Great Cruz Bay, located seaward of Parcel No. 4-A Estate Chocolate Hole, St. John
Applicants: Barbara J. Harris, Maxine Wetanson and Gregor Wetanson
Bill No. 29-0200 – An Act providing transfer of government-owned real property located next to or near Magens Bay to the Magens Bay Authority for preservation, upkeep and use
Bill No. 29-0114 – An Act amending Title 27, chapter 7, relating to various provisions of the Trades and Crafts Code

Thursday, Nov. 3

No committee meetings are scheduled.
Friday, Nov. 4
No committee meetings are scheduled.

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29th Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning Oct. 31
Monday, Oct. 31
10 a.m.
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Committee on Education, Youth and Culture
Agenda:
The committee will host a public hearing to consider the following bills:
Bill No. 29-0162 – An Act amending Title 17, V.I.C., chapter 33, establishing the University of the Virgin Islands Congressional Internship Scholarship Program
11 a.m.
Bill No. 29-0111 – An Act requiring all students participation in interscholastic sports to have an annual physical examination, including an electrocardiogram exam at the beginning of the sport season prior to that individual participating in any interscholastic sports, and for other purposes.
2 p.m.
Bill No. 29-0160 – An Act amending Title 17, V.I.C. to enact the Agriculture in the Classroom Act
Tuesday, Nov. 1
Holiday ---- D. Hamilton Jackson Day
Wednesday, Nov. 2
10 a.m.
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Committee on Planning and Environmental Protection
Agenda:
The committee will conduct a hearing to receive testimony on the following items:
Bill No. 29-0207 – An Act amending Title 3, V.I.C., chapter 2, to transfer the Archives Division from the Department of Planning and Natural Resources to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Minor CZM Permit CZJ-26-10(W) for the continued and occupancy of an existing 468 ft. small private pier in Great Cruz Bay, located seaward of Parcel No. 4-A Estate Chocolate Hole, St. John
Applicants: Barbara J. Harris, Maxine Wetanson and Gregor Wetanson
Bill No. 29-0200 – An Act providing transfer of government-owned real property located next to or near Magens Bay to the Magens Bay Authority for preservation, upkeep and use
Bill No. 29-0114 – An Act amending Title 27, chapter 7, relating to various provisions of the Trades and Crafts Code
Thursday, Nov. 3
No committee meetings are scheduled.
Friday, Nov. 4
No committee meetings are scheduled.