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PUBLIC WORKS GETS GRANT FOR BUSES

The Federal Transit Administration has awarded a $161,296 grant to the Public Works Department for bus support service for St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix, Government House has announced.

VIRGIN CAY MARINA GIVEN TO V.I. GOVERNMENT

Gov. Roy L. Schneider has accepted a gift of land, Virgin Cay Marina near Bovoni, to be used as a conservational/recreational park.

TIGER WOODS PLAYS MAHOGANY RUN

Tiger Woods played Mahogany Run Golf Course on Wednesday and decided, "I like the course."

IRB TO COMPUTERIZE WITHHOLDING PROCEDURES

Beginning in January, the Internal Revenue Bureau will computerize all withholding procedures, according to IRB Director Joseph Aubain.

VIOLINIST CHEE-YUN RETURNS IN FEBRUARY

An early February event at Tillett Gardens will herald the return of Chee-Yun, a Korean violinist who is widely recognized in the music world as one of today's most gifted young musicians.

WICO HEAD SAYS MALAYSIAN NEVER NEGOTIATED

Malaysian developer Tan Kay Hock's representative "has not negotiated" with the West Indian Co. Ltd. over terms of a lease "and it appears he does not intend to do so," WICO's president and CEO has said.

BRUNT: MEETING WITH PHONE REPS 'DISAPPOINTING'

The business community's meeting Wednesday with telecommunications representatives provided no immediate solution to ongoing interruptions in local and long-distance telephone service, the chamber's president said. "To say the meeting was disappointing is an understatement," said Thomas B. Brunt III.

TRAINING SET FOR EMTs

Dates for the V.I. Health Department's division of emergency medical
services' emergency vehicle operators course for EMTs are set for January.

FAGIOLI: ISLAND'S NEWEST ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Before you set in stone your plans for Old Year's Night, consider the island's newest Italian restaurant, Fagioli.

MORALES: LUMP-SUM LEAVE PAYMENTS 'APPALLING'

The head of the Central Labor Council has sharply criticized top Schneider administration officials for requesting lump-sum payments of their unused annual leave as they step down.

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