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FYI: DLCA Acting Commissioner Wayne Biggs Thanks Committee for Its Support

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May 15, 2009 – Wayne Biggs, Acting Commissioner of the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs would like to publicly express his sincere appreciation for the support and confidence bestowed from the members of the Committee on Rules and Judiciary at yesterday's nomination hearing. Additionally, Acting Commissioner Biggs would like to thank all non-committee members that attended and shared their support for his nomination. "I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the support of the DLCA staff, family, and friends. I would also like to thank the Honorable Governor John P. de Jongh, Jr. for appointing me to this position," said Biggs.
Having answered questions of concern from senators and outlining his goals and plans for DLCA, Biggs received a unanimous vote from all seven members of the Rules and Judiciary Committee and his nomination has been forwarded to the full body of the 28th Legislature for their vote.
"I stand ready, willing, and able to accept the responsibilities of this position. I am dedicated to my commitment of continuing to serve the people of the Virgin Islands. I look forward to working with the DLCA team to improve the way that we carry out the mission of the department," said Acting Commissioner Biggs.

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