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Inside the Cabinet’ to Return July 28 With VIPD Commissioner Nominee Martinez

United States Virgin Islands Government House

V.I. Police Commissioner Nominee Ray Martinez will host “Inside the Cabinet” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 28, to take questions and discuss issues live with residents.

The program is being postponed this week for the live Town Hall meeting at 6 p.m. on St. John with Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. and Lt. Gov. Tregenza A. Roach.

Martinez will discuss his initiatives for dealing with violent crime in the territory, curbing gun violence and working more closely with federal law enforcement partners.

“Inside the Cabinet” is a weekly livestream program from Government House that allows the community to ask questions and raise issues with Bryan-Roach Administration Cabinet members either live during the program or by sending the questions in advance via email to GovernmentHouse@go.vi.gov.

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On August 4: Education Commissioner Racquel Berry-Benjamin.

“Inside the Cabinet” is livestreamed at 6 p.m. every Wednesday on the Government House Facebook page – facebook.com/GovernmentHouseUSVI – and during the live feed of this Virtual Town Hall program, residents can ask the host questions through the “Comments” section of the livestream.

Also, residents who have a question they want addressed on “Inside the Cabinet” can send an email in advance of the broadcast to www.GovernmentHouse@go.vi.gov and put “Inside the Cabinet” in the subject line.

Copies of all “Inside the Cabinet” programs are archived at facebook.com/GovernmentHouseUSVI.

The Bryan-Roach Administration continues to be committed to transparency, stabilizing the economy, restoring trust in government and ensuring the disaster recovery is completed as quickly as possible.

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