The Friends of Mandahl protests the development of Mandahl Salt Pond and Lagoon and asks people to contact the governor-elect Mapp and senators, and tell them not to ratify the lease for this land.
Rob Osmun, the general manager at Underwater Safaris, agrees with WICO about the need for the upcoming port development project.
Ivan Butcher II questions the party affiliation of one of the candidates.
Shirley M. Sadler urges everyone to vote in order “to grow and build the Virgin Islands to secure our future.”
Marvin L. Pickering considers next week’s election critical at a time when the Virgin Islands is dealing with a myriad of tough problems.
David A. Bornn differs with an article that appeared in the VI Source about the Veterans Drive widening and the Charlotte Amalie Harbor landfill projects.
Verdel l. Petersen says it will be historic if the Virgin Islands elects a black woman to be governor in spite of the prejudice and chauvinism that still exists.
Ivan Butcher II hopes that the next governor will appoint people based upon their competency and diligence, not because of their political connections.
Leonard Smollett looks back at the history of lame duck legislatures and governors, and warns the public to keep an eye on what is happening in the government during these last few months before a new government is installed.
Ronald E. Russell Esq. wants a change in the Virgin Islands law so that an attorney general is protected from political pressures.