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This Week's Senate Calendar

St. Croix Legislature Building28th Legislature of the Virgin Islands – Week Beginning March 29

Monday, March 29
10 a.m.
Frits E. Lawaetz Conference Room, St. Croix
Committee on Planning and Environmental Protection
The committee will meet to consider the following Coastal Zone Permit:
Major Coastal Zone Management Permit No. CZX-49-05L&W issued to St. Croix Financial Center Inc.
Tuesday, March 30
No committee meetings scheduled.
Wednesday, March 31
Holiday – Transfer Day
Thursday, April 1
Holiday – Holy Thursday
Friday, April 2
Holiday – Good Friday
28th Legislature of the Virgin Islands – Week Beginning April 5
Monday, April 5
Holiday – Easter Monday
Tuesday, April 6
No committee meetings scheduled.
Wednesday, April 7
10 a.m.
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas
Committee on Economic Development, Energy and Technology
The committee will meet to receive testimony and discuss the selection of uniform address for the Virgin Islands and the production of a data-layer for portable GPS units to allow first-line emergency responders to efficiently find their way to any location in the Virgin Islands for the purpose of protection of life and property. Following the discussion, the committee will receive testimony on the following bills:
Bill No. 28-0134 – An Act authorizing the PFA to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the University of the Virgin Islands and the St. Croix Career and Technical Education Center concerning the management and operations of the Kings Alley Hotel
Bill No. 28-0194 – An Act honoring and commending Brigadier General Charles F. Blair posthumously, and naming the Seaplane Terminal on St. Thomas ‘The Charles Blair Seaplane Terminal.’
Bill No. 28-0204 – An Act amending Title 29 V.I.C., chapter 19, relating to the Enterprise Zone Beneficiaries and amending Title 27 V.I.C., section 304, relating to licensure of business
6 p.m.
Committee on Financial Services, Infrastructure and Consumer Affairs
The committee will meet to receive continued testimony on the following item:
To address the findings “regarding the repairs, renovations and improvements using public funds at the private residence of Governor John P. deJongh Jr.” and all possible legislative remedies to this matter.
Thursday, April 8
10 a.m.
Frits Lawaetz Conference Room, St. Croix
Committee on Rules and Judiciary
The committee will meet to discuss the following bill:
Bill No. 28-0084 – An Act amending Title 32, chapter 21, relating to the establishment of racinos in the Virgin Islands
Friday, April 9
No committee meetings are scheduled.
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