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Week beginning Monday, Sept. 25
Monday, Sept. 25
10 a.m. – Committee on Finance – Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
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To obtain an overview of the Fiscal Year 2001 Executive Budget and Revenue Projection.
Percival Clouden, chairperson for the Board Government Development Bank
Frandelle L.T Gerard, director
Industrial Development Commission
Keith Richards, director Capital Improvement Programs Office of the Governor
Judge Eileen R. Petersen, chairperson
Virgin Islands Casino Control Commission
Gordon Finch, executive director Virgin Islands Port Authority
Edward Thomas, president, CEO, WICO
Raymond George, executive director Virgin Islands Water & Power Authority
6 p.m. Committee on Planning and Envirnomental Proctection Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall. St. Thomas.
The Committee will accept testimony from the departments of Education and Planning and Natural Resources to update the Committee on the status of the investigation on the water contamination at the Sibilly Elementary School, In addition to the final report, the Committee will also request now information and documents regarding the latest contamination at Charlotte Amalie High School and the Curriculum Center.
The following individuals have been invited to testify:
Commissioner Dean Plaskett, DPNR
Commissioner Ruby Simmonds. DOE
Dora Hill, principal
Hollis Griffin. DPNR
Marcella Jennings, Caribbean Safe Water Lab
Julie Mae Monsanto
Jomo McLean
Tuesday, Sept. 26
10 a.m.- Committee on Labor and Veterans Affairs (Public Hearing) —Earle B. Qttley Legislative Hall. St. Thomas.
To discuss the operation of the Virgin islands Department of Labor.
Wednesday, Sept. 27
10 a.m.. Committee on Government Operations Legislative Conference Room, Frederiksted, St. Croix.
Bill No. 23-0252 — To provide for a Magistrate’s Division within the Territorial Court of the Virgin Islands.
Bill No. 23-0249 – To amend title 29, Chapter 10, Section 541 Virgin Islands Code pertaining to the composition of the Board of Governors of the Virgin Islands Port Authority
Bill No 23-0246 — To amend title 29, Chapter 10. Section 542 Virgin Islands Code relating to the members of Port Authority Governing Board
6 p.m. — Committee on Government Operations (Public Hearing) Legislative Conference Room, Frederiksted, St. Croix
Regarding the status of the Virgin Islands Rureau of Correction and its overall operation.
Thursday, Sept. 28
10 a.m. Rules Committee, Legislative Conference Roam, Frederiksted St. Croix
Coastal Zone Management
Christian O. Christensen
Bill No. 23-0138 — To authorize the establishment of a Constitutional Convention to convene in March of 2002
Bill No, 23-0183 — To create a peace officer standards and training council
Friday, Sept. 29
10 a.m. – Committee on Youth and Human Services, Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
An update of all programs, facilities and services available for Senior Citizens in the territory.
Invited testifiers are:
Honorable Sedonie Halbert – Commissioner of Human Services
Denise Singleton – State Director of American Association of Retired Persons
Iris Bennudez – Virgin Islands Medicaid Coordinator
Keith Richards – director of Capital Improvement and Long Term Planning


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