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This Week’s Senate Calendar

32nd Legislature of the Virgin Islands April 3

Senate Calendar Week Beginning April 3

Monday, April 3

No committee meetings will be held today.

Tuesday, April 4

10 a.m.

Committee on Education, Youth and Recreation

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas


The committee has scheduled a meeting to receive testimony regarding recreation, sports and other programs for youths in the Virgin Islands,

Wednesday, April 5

9 a.m.

Committee on Public Works, Waste Management and Planning

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas


The committee has scheduled a hearing to receive updates and pending issues from the V.I. Housing Finance Authority, The VI. Housing Authority and the V.I. Waste Management Authority.

9 a.m.

To receive updates on the condition of housing communities in the territory (public and low income), pending and forthcoming housing projects, recent changes in policies and procedures, and status update on homelessness and homeless programs

Noon – LUNCH

1 p.m.

To receive updates on the V.I. Housing Finance Authority, its affordable housing communities, any pending and forthcoming capital projects, and any changes to its policies and procedures

3 p.m.

Consideration of the following measure:

Virgin Islands Housing Finance Authority’s second amendment to its three-year plan

Thursday, April 6

10 a.m.

Committee on Finance

Frits E. Lawaetz Legislative Hall, St Croix


The committee will consider the following bills and lease agreement:


10 a.m. to Noon

Bill No. 32-0002 – An Act to authorize the Virgin Islands Government to purchase Estate Catherineberg from WICO by offsetting payments owed in lieu of taxes as mandated by Act No. 5826, as amended

Noon – LUNCH


1-3 p.m.

Bill No. 32-0010 – An Act amending Title 13, Virgin Islands Code, chapter 5, section 531, relating to the rate and computation of franchise taxes


3-4 p.m.

Lease Agreement between the Government of the Virgin Islands and the Department of Property and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and Allison L. DeGazon c/o Cruzan Organix Farm Inc. Leased Premises: Portion of Parcel #7 VICORP Lands, Estate Jealousy, Prince Quarter, St. Croix

Friday, April 7

No committee meetings will be held today.

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