This Week’s Senate Calendar

Legislature Building on St. Thomas.
Legislature Building on St. Thomas.

32nd Legislature of the Virgin Islands
Senate Calendar Week Beginning June 11

Monday, June 11
Committee on Finance
Today’s Budget Hearing has been postponed.
Tuesday, June 12
Committee on Finance
Today’s Budget Hearing has been postponed.
Wednesday, June 13
10 a.m.
Committee on Rules and Judiciary
Virgin Islands Cardiac Center, St. Croix
Agenda:
The committee has scheduled a hearing to consider the following bills:
BLOCK I
10 a.m.
Bill No. 32-0197 – An Act amending Title 19, V.I.C., by adding a new chapter 6810, entitled ‘Animal Shelters,’ providing a minimum standard for sheltered animals.
(Proposed by Sen. Nereida Rivera-O’Reilly)
Bill No. 32-0177 – An Act amending Title 27, V.I.C., chapter I, subchapter IV, section 97 (a) relating to renewal of nursing licenses
(Proposed by Sen. Nereida Rivera-O’Reilly)
Bill No. 32-0212 – An Act amending Title 19, V.I.C., chapter 37, subchapter III, adding section 870 t0 allow for the pronouncement of death by registered nurses, physician assistants and nurse practitioners (Proposed by Sen. Nereida Rivera-O’Reilly)

Thursday, June 14
10:30 a.m. [time changed]
Legislative Session
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Call to Order: Pastor Alger B. Warren of Faith Christian Fellowship Church Alive in Christ.
Anthems: National and Virgin Islands anthems
Roll Call: Honorable Senator Jean A. Forde, legislative secretary
Committee Report: Chairpersons of committees
Consideration of Floor Agenda:

CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION
Bill No. 32-0170 – A Resolution honouring and commending Lorna Lenise Freeman for her outstanding charitable performances to the community and her many contributions to the people of the Virgin Islands, and for being a true ambassador of the Virgin Islands
CONSIDERATION OF MINOR COASTAL ZONE PERMIT:
BR No. 17-0628 – An Act ratifying the governor’s approval of Minor Coastal one Permit No. CZT-23-16W issued to William P. Shea for the continued use and occupancy of a 36’ x 4’ straight pier with a 20’ x 8’ L head and two 12′ x 36’ concrete strips serving as a ramp
CONSIDERATION OF BILLS:
Bill No. 32-0055 – An Act providing for the Virgin Islands Department of Public Works to replace public parking signs that refer to “Handicap Parking,” making an appropriation from the Transportation Trust Fund for replacement of parking signs and for other related purpose
Bill No, 32-0064 — An Act amending Title 3 V.I.C., chapter 24, section 431, providing for the establishment of a registry for persons 60 years and older with disabilities who are living alone
Bill No. 32-0129 – An Act amending Title 14, V.I.C., chapter 3A, relating to human trafficking to enact the Virgin Islands Uniform Prevention of and Remedies of Human Trafficking Act and amend Title 5, chapter 303, section 3541, relating to the statute of limitations for prosecuting the crime of Human Trafficking
Bill No. 32-0146 – An Act honoring and commending Irvin “Brownie” Brown Sr., for his significant contributions to the culture and music of the Virgin Islands by renaming the portion of General Gade, which runs from the intersection of Veterans Drive up to the intersection of Silke Gade, “The Irvin “Brownie” Brown, Sr. Road
Bill No. 32-0148 – An Act amending Title 1, V.I.C., chapter 11. by adding section 200i establishing the Month of May as Virgin Islands Stroke Awareness Month
Bill No. 32-0179 – An Act amending Title 24, V.I.C., chapter 10, sections 221, 228 and 230, relating to the apprenticeship standards
Friday, June 15
No committees will meet today.

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