August 20, 2017 12:05 pm Last modified: 12:03 pm

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VIWMA to Upgrade Lagoon Street Pump Station

Work will begin Monday, Aug. 21, and be completed on Thursday, Aug. 24.
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This Week’s Senate Calendar

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.
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V.I. Senior Men’s National Basketball Team to Play James Madison University August 23

In preparation for the 2017 AmeriCup, the Virgin Islands Senior Men’s National Basketball Team will host James Madison University on Wednesday at UVI.
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GVI to Hold ADA Event for Children: An Afternoon at the Movies for All

The Americans With Disabilities Act consistent with the theme of full inclusion of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of the Virgin Islands community, will be hosting events on St. Thomas and St. Croix.
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DPNR Offices to Close at Noon for Employee Enrichment

Offices will close at noon on those dates to allow for staff to participate in employment enrichment activities.
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Human Services Offices to Close Early

These early closings will allow employees to participate in staff development activities.
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The five-day storm path as forecast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (Click on image for larger view.)

Weather Service Forecasts System Will Remain Well South of the USVI

A disorganized weather disturbance moving westward across the southern Atlantic s expected to pass well south of the Virgin Islands as it passes through the Lesser Antilles.
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Police Commissioner Delroy Richards Sr. testifies at Thursday's budget hearing.

VIPD Continues to Struggle with Overtime Costs

A high level of overtime pay for police officers was again a point of discussion at Thursday’s Committee on Finance hearing concerning the V.I. Police Department’s FY 2018 budget.
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Mapp Seeks $9 Million More For Frederiksted Projects

Gov. Kenneth Mapp is asking the Legislature to appropriate $9 million for civil engineering projects in Frederiksted, including the Paul E. Joseph Stadium, the Terrance Martin Softball Field, and the Crucian Christmas Festival Village.
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Mapp Nominates Three to WAPA Board

Gov. Kenneth Mapp has nominated Elizabeth Armstrong and Hubert Turnbull to be reappointed to the board of the V.I. Water and Power Authority. He also has nominated Gustav James to become the board’s newest private sector member.
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