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ADMINISTRATION FINALIZING RECOVERY PLAN

The joint Virgin Islands-federal economic task force is finalizing its five-year plan for the territory's financial recovery, Office of Management and Budget Director Ira Mills said Wednesday at a Senate budget hearing.

DPW OVERTIME AUDIT REPORT

Here is the Audit Report from the V.I. Bureau of Audit and Control on Department of Public Works overtime payments.

AUDIT: OVERTIME OUT OF CONTROL AT PUBLIC WORKS

A territorial audit of the Department of Public Works Solid Waste Division has uncovered gross mismanagement of overtime payments during the past two years.

WAPA: PULL THE SWITCH? SELL THE STORE?

If one thing became clear at the Senate Committee on Government Operations hearing on Tuesday, it was that when it comes to the V.I. Water and Power Authority there are no easy decisions.

PROGRESS NOT POSTURING

We frankly are tired of all the time wasted on the senate floor by politicking and posturing. No one we know is impressed by senators who feel the need to waste everyone's precious time while they campaign for re-election instead of doing the people's business.

UVI BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO MEET

The University of the Virgin Islands board of trustees will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, August 5, with a conference call on the second floor of the library in the President's Conference Room

FIREARM LICENSE RENEWAL

All persons holding firearm licenses with an expiration date of August, 1999, are reminded to submit a renewal application with the VIPD Firearms Bureau prior to August 31.

EYES WIDE SHUT IN ST. THOMAS THIS WEEK

Stanley Kubrick's long awaited last film "Eyes Wide Shut," has finally arrived but Kubrick is gone . The famous director died barely a week after the film's completion.

AUGUST ARTS AFTER DARK

St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council hosts the end of year recognition ceremony of the School of Visual Arts and Careers and the opening of the students' art exhibit at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 11 at the Fort Christian Museum.

ARTS AFTER DARK IS STUDENT OPENING AND CLOSING

This month's St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council "Arts After Dark" event marks the close of a year of study at the School of Visual Arts and Careers and the opening of an exhibition of artwork by the students.

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