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U.S.V.I. Economic Development Authority Features Video in New York’s Times Square

The 15-second video is running in Times Square at the corner of 1500 Broadway and West 43rd Street from October through December.
Honeymoon and Hawksnest beaches at Virgin Islands National Park, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. (National Park Service photo)

V.I. National Park to Hold Small Group Discussions on Applying for Federal Jobs

The target audience includes students and adults who are interested in applying for jobs with the federal government.

St. Thomas Office of Veterans Affairs Moves Back to Original Location

The VA publicly says “Thank You” to the management and staff of VITEMA. It was very accommodating and hospitable during the Veterans Affairs office’s time of need.

Annual Veterans Taxi Medallion Auctions Scheduled on All Three Islands

Applications are to be picked up at the Taxicab Commission’s Office in either district during regular working hours between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. They must then be taken to the V.I. Office of Veterans Affairs.

ALERT: Mangrove Lagoon Treatment Plant Septage Pit Closes Temporarily

The Mangrove Lagoon Wastewater Treatment Plant is closed until further notice.

V.I. Department of Tourism Relaunches ‘Real Nice’ Campaign

The highly anticipated 'Real Nice' advertising campaign is back in full flight, after being on hiatus during Fiscal Year 2017-2018 due to the devastating impact of hurricanes Irma and Maria.

LEPC Requests Proposals From Organizations, Agencies

The Virgin Islands Law Enforcement Planning Commission (LEPC) is now accepting proposals from private non-profit organizations, religious organizations and government agencies to assist in implementing effective crime prevention and criminal justice improvement projects.
Commissioner of Agriculture Carlos Robles testifies at a Senate hearing in August.

DOA to Temporarily Suspend Land Preparation Services

The reasons for the suspension are to address the backlog of applications that resulted from the inability to prepare land for several months due to the saturated soil conditions and to facilitate preparation for the 2019 annual Agriculture and Food Fair.
DLCA Commissioner Devin Carrington tells Senate Finance Committee about the challenges his agency faces in the wake of last season's hurricanes.

DLCA Names Miguel Tricoche New Consumer Affairs Director

DLCA had an opportunity to do a live interview with Tricoche on its weekly radio show, “The Careful Consumer.” Tune in at 10 a.m. on Wednesday to WSTX 970AM to hear what DLCA aims to accomplish with the new consumer affairs director.
WAPA CEO Lawrence Kupfer testifies before the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday.

WAPA Resumes Disconnections for Delinquent Accounts With November’s Billing

The public is advised that WAPA will resume its normal disconnection procedures for non-payment, beginning with bills issued this month.

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VIPD 2018-1 -- take the oath of office Friday morning at the Leonard Francis Armory. The second class of police cadets, the first on St. Thomas for the year, includes three members of the Virgin Islands Police Department, peace officers serving in the Executive Security Unit, Superior Court Marshalls, VI Port Authority, Taxi Commission and the Department of Justice. There are also four new officers for the Bureau of Corrections.
VIPD Territorial Police Chief Winsbut Mc Farlane congratulated the recruits for successfully completing seven months of rigorous training.
Superior Court Judge Harold Willocks administered the oath of office as police brass, friends and family looked on.
The first class of recruits graduated Wednesday on St. Croix.
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