This Week’s Senate Calendar for July 13-17

The Legislature Building of the U.S. Virgin Islands (Source photo by Bethaney Lee)

33rd Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar

Monday, July 13

3 p.m.

Advertising (skip)

Committee of the Whole

Site visit

Tuesday, July 14

9 a.m.

Committee on Finance (Budget Hearing)

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

Agenda:

The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands

9 a.m. – Virgin Islands Lottery

Noon – LUNCH

12:30 p.m. – Virgin Islands Energy Office

2 p.m. – Magens Bay Authority

3 p.m.

Committee on Education and Workforce Development

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

The committee has scheduled a meeting to receive testimony on the following:

The State Unemployment Insurance Program, Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Wednesday, July 15

9 a.m.

Committee on Culture, Historic Preservation and Aging

Site visit

Thursday, July 16

9 a.m.

Committee: Finance (Budget Hearing)

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

Agenda:

The committee will receive testimony on the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 Executive Budget for the Government of the Virgin Islands

9 a.m. – Department of Planning and Natural Resources

Noon – LUNCH

12:30 p.m. – Bureau of Motor Vehicles

2 p.m. – Virgin Islands Taxicab Commission

Friday, July 17

10 a.m.

Committee of the Whole

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Chambers on St. Thomas

Agenda:

The committee will receive an update on the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority’s state of operations, financial management, use of federal funds, billing, issuance of credits, power outages and capital projects.

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