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UPDATED PRICE LISTS DUE MONTHLY TO LCA

Business owners and operators are reminded that they are required to submit updated price lists to the Licensing and Consumer Affairs Department on a monthly basis if they change any pricing for goods or services locally during the hurricane season.

PRICE LISTS ARE DUE MONTHLY TO LCA

Business owners and operators are reminded that they are required to submit updated price lists monthly to the Licensing and Consumer Affairs Department if they change any pricing for goods or services during the hurricane season.

STAMPS OF APPROVAL FOR SINBAD VOLUNTEERS

The Postal Service has issued commemorative cancellations of a stamp with Sinbad's Soul Music Festival as its theme. The Tourism Department is sending them out to festival volunteers but lacks addresses for some folks.

LATITUDE 18: THE LOCALS' SECRET

Given the ambiance, our Tottering Taster reports, one has every right to be a bit startled at the range of the menu at Latitude 18. This is not the boaters' answer to the truck stop or greasy spoon.

RED CROSS WILL SCHEDULE CPR & FIRST AID CLASSES

If your company is interested in workplace CPR or first-aid training on site, classes may be scheduled there.

PUBLIC STEALING MUST STOP — OR ELSE

College student Julian Andy Gumbs, writing from Georgia, says he's ashamed that elected and entrusted public officials clearly chose to steal, as audit reports published in The Source made clear.

EBO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PTA

The E. Benjamin Oliver Elementary School will host the first PTA meeting of the school year at 5:30 p.m. on Sep. 15.

EBO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PTA

The E. Benjamin Oliver Elementary School will host the first PTA meeting of this school year at 5:30 p.m. on Sep. 15.

LIVING LA VIDA LOCA IN LAS ISLAS VIRGINES

Despite six task forces, adept advisors, competent professionals and widespread support for just solutions and lasting formulas for our rehabilitation, we are living a crazy life in the Virgin Islands. Most of our political leaders appear unable to tie the larger economic trends that will create economic disasters to the small issues of balancing the budget and growing the economy.

PAYROLL COSTS EATING UP LABOR’S BUDGET

Department of Labor Commissioner Sonia Jacobs Dow tells Senate Finance Committee that fund to pay Workers’ Compensation claims is dried up.

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