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St. John Ferry Changes Hours of Service

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the schedule has been modified as follows.
Jean-Pierre "JP" Oriol, commissioner-designee for the Department of Planning and Natural Resources. (Submitted photo)

USVI Anchoring Procedures Change Because of COVID-19 State of Emergency

All persons currently anchoring, or seeking to anchor, in the waters of the United States Virgin Islands are required to obtain a long-term anchoring permit.
VIPA board members approve contracts that will help bring the Cyril E. King Airport into compliance with federal standards (Source photo by James Gardner)

VIPA Updates Administrative Operations on St. Thomas

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) notifies the public of the following changes in its administrative operations on St. Thomas.
The Bovoni Landfill on St. Thomas. (Source file photo)

VIWMA Releases Easter Schedules for Landfills

VIWMA advises the community of the hours of operation for its landfills, transfer stations, convenience centers and administrative offices in observance of the Easter holidays.

DOL Shares Model Language for Employer Notification of Unemployment Compensation Availability

The following example is guidance on how the employer should transmit information to the individual(s) affected by downsizing.

Government Agencies Update Changes to Normal Operations in Response to COVID-19

As of Tuesday, March 23, departments and agencies are modifying their operations.

USVI Eligible for $2.9 Million COVID-19 Funding From U.S. Department of Justice

Funds awarded under this program provide the territory an opportunity to obtain resources to assist first responders in preventing, preparing for and responding to the coronavirus.

DLCA: Beware of Fake Products to Protect Someone From COVID-19

Underneath the label, the consumer found a permanently affixed label indicating the can’s contents to be butane fuel and not antibacterial spray.

Department of Labor Suspends In-person Services, Gives Alternatives

While DOL has closed its common areas to the public, the department continues to increase methods of communication to serve the public. The following information is on how to access Department of Labor services by mail and online

Customs and Border Protection Reminds Boaters of Reporting Requirements in Caribbean

Operators of small pleasure vessels, arriving in the United States from a foreign port or place, must, by law, report their arrival to Customs and Border Protection immediately.





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