This Week’s Senate Calendar

Legislature Building on St. Thomas.
Legislature Building on St. Thomas.

32nd Senate Calendar Legislature of The Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning April 16

Monday, April 16

10 a.m.

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Committee on Housing, Public Works and Waste Management/Planning

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

Agenda:

The committee has scheduled a meeting to receive testimony and consider the following CZM permit and bill.

PART I: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The committee will receive status updates from the V.I. Department of Planning and Natural Resources, The V.I. Department of Public Works and the V.I. Waste Management Authority.

LUNCH: 1-2 p.m.

PART II: 2-5 p.m.

The committee will receive testimony and consider the following Coastal Zone Management permit and bill:

CZM Permit No. CZT-23-16 (W) – Allows continued use and occupancy of a straight pier and ramp on Water Island

Bill No. 32-0055 – An Act providing for the V.I. Department of Public Works to replace public parking signs that refer to “handicap parking.”

Tuesday, April 17

No committee meetings will be held today.

Wednesday, April 18

No committee meetings will be held today.

Thursday, April 19

No committee meetings will be held today.

Friday, April 20

10 a.m.

Event: Perma Plaque Ceremony

Cleone Henrietta Creque Legislative Hall, St. John

The 32nd Legislature will host a Perma Plaque Ceremony honoring and commending individuals for services to the community, and for their dedication to the Virgin Islands.

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