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This Week’s Senate Calendar

University of the Virgin Islands — St. Thomas Campus

32nd Senate Calendar Legislature of The Virgin Islands

Senate Calendar Week Beginning April 23

Monday, April 23

10 a.m.

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Perma Plaque Ceremony

Government House, St. Croix


The 32nd Legislature will host a Perma Plaque Ceremony to honor and commend individuals for services to the community and for their dedication to the U.S. Virgin Islands.

St. Croix Honorees — Resolution Number

Alvin George Sylvester“Alvin Gee”  Southwell — Resolution 1833

Dr. Stanley Jacobs — Resolution 1831

Julio “Mangana” Felix — Resolution 1821

Victor Lebron — Resolution 1818

John W. “Johnny” Tranberg — Resolution 7882

Cpl. Renholdt “Rookie” Jackson Jr., retired — Resolution 1826

Maj. Gen. Renaldo Rivera, retired – Resolution 1835

Tuesday, April 24

10 a.m.

Legislative Session

Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall, St. Thomas

Call to Order: Senate President Myron D. Jackson


Anthems: National and Virgin Islands Anthems

Roll Call: Senator Jean A. Forde, Legislative Secretary

Senate Pages: Roneyl Dawson and Kerwin Williams Jr. of the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School


Committee Report: Chairpersons of Committees



Bill No. 32-0196 – An Act ratifying Agreement for Group Life with ALIC Life Insurance Company for Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Agreement

Bill No. 32-0199 – An Act ratifying and approving the Fifth Amendment to the Agreement for Medical Health Insurance and the First Amended and Restarted Agreement for Medical Health Insurance between the Government of the Virgin Islands and United Healthcare Insurance Company and its affiliates

Bill No. 32-0201 – An Act ratifying the Fourth Renewal of the Group Medical Health Insurance Agreement

Bill No. 32-0202 – An Act ratifying the First Agreement for Group Dental Health Insurance by and between the Government of the Virgin Islands, through the Health Insurance Board of Trustees, the Virgin Islands Port Authority, the University of the Virgin Islands, the St. Thomas East End Medical Center, the Virgin Islands Housing Authority, the Non-Profit Organizations defined as eligible by the Government, including the Frederiksted Health Care. Inc. (FHC) and Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company (hereinafter “Cigna”). For purposes of this First Renewal of Group Dental Health Insurance Agreement (“First Renewal”). A Non-Profit Organization is an entity determined by the Government to satisfy the requirements under applicable Virgin Islands law for participation under this First Renewal

Wednesday, April 25


Thursday, April 26


Friday, April 27


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