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This Week’s Senate Calendar September 2-6

USVI Legislature Building on St. Thomas

33rd Legislature of The Virgin Islands Senate Calendar

Monday, September 2
Holiday: Labor Day

Tuesday, September 3
No meetings will be held today.

Wednesday, September 4
NO MEETINGS WILL BE HELD TODAY

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Thursday, September 5
9 a.m.
Committee on Finance
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands and Requests for Appropriation Transfers.

9 a.m. — Office of the Governor
11 a.m. — Judiciary of the Virgin Islands
12:30 — LUNCH
1 p.m. –— Office of the Public Defender
3 p.m. — Virgin Islands Taxicab Commission
4:30 p.m. — Requests for Appropriations Transfer
No. 001-19 – Department of Planning and Natura Resources: “To utilize projected savings in Capital Outlay to cover projected deficits in personnel services, fringe benefits and other services and charges. This appropriation transfer will allow payment of outstanding compensation for PERB-GSA-01-09 Sec. 530 “Remand” – Cooke vs Government of the Virgin Islands.

No. 002-19 – Bureau of Internal Revenue: “To request the transfer of vacancy savings from both personnel and fringe benefits to operating expenses in order to facilitate the following housekeeping initiatives: the purchase of equipment (2 – 20 ton A/C units, 9 vehicle, 30 desktops, 2 industrial shredders and 145 ergonomic chairs), repair and maintenance services for the removal of carpet, and the installation of tiles (22 office spaces, 1 conference room and adjoining corridors), air quality cleaning and subsequent testing, painting of the bureau’s lobby areas, and the purchase of the requisite supplies to facilitate these projects as well as to create a reserve with the necessities needed for day to day operations.”

Friday, September 6
9 a.m.
Committee on Finance
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Agenda:
The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands.

9 a.m. — Office of the Inspector General
11 a.m. — Department of Property and Procurement
12:30 p.m. — LUNCH
1 p.m. — Department of Planning and Natural Resources; Virgin Islands Council on the Arts; Virgin Islands Historic Preservation
2:30 p.m. — Office of the Adjutant General

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USVI Legislature Building on St. Thomas
33rd Legislature of The Virgin Islands Senate Calendar Monday, September 2 Holiday: Labor Day Tuesday, September 3 No meetings will be held today. Wednesday, September 4 NO MEETINGS WILL BE HELD TODAY Thursday, September 5 9 a.m. Committee on Finance Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas Agenda: The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands and Requests for Appropriation Transfers. 9 a.m. --- Office of the Governor 11 a.m. --- Judiciary of the Virgin Islands 12:30 --- LUNCH 1 p.m. --- Office of the Public Defender 3 p.m. --- Virgin Islands Taxicab Commission 4:30 p.m. --- Requests for Appropriations Transfer No. 001-19 – Department of Planning and Natura Resources: “To utilize projected savings in Capital Outlay to cover projected deficits in personnel services, fringe benefits and other services and charges. This appropriation transfer will allow payment of outstanding compensation for PERB-GSA-01-09 Sec. 530 “Remand” - Cooke vs Government of the Virgin Islands. No. 002-19 – Bureau of Internal Revenue: “To request the transfer of vacancy savings from both personnel and fringe benefits to operating expenses in order to facilitate the following housekeeping initiatives: the purchase of equipment (2 – 20 ton A/C units, 9 vehicle, 30 desktops, 2 industrial shredders and 145 ergonomic chairs), repair and maintenance services for the removal of carpet, and the installation of tiles (22 office spaces, 1 conference room and adjoining corridors), air quality cleaning and subsequent testing, painting of the bureau’s lobby areas, and the purchase of the requisite supplies to facilitate these projects as well as to create a reserve with the necessities needed for day to day operations.” Friday, September 6 9 a.m. Committee on Finance Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas Agenda: The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands. 9 a.m. --- Office of the Inspector General 11 a.m. --- Department of Property and Procurement 12:30 p.m. --- LUNCH 1 p.m. --- Department of Planning and Natural Resources; Virgin Islands Council on the Arts; Virgin Islands Historic Preservation 2:30 p.m. --- Office of the Adjutant General