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Saturday, July 11, 2020

St. John business

V.I. Banking Board Approves Application for Oriental Bank to Do Business

Oriental Bank will operate two USVI branch locations: Christiansted in the St. Croix District and Altona in the St. Thomas-St. John District.

VI Board of Barbers, Beauticians and Manicurists Increases Required Hours for Licensure

To be considered for licensure by endorsement, the licensure requirements of the individual’s home state must be equal to or greater than the U.S. Virgin Islands’ cosmetology or barbering licensure requirements.

National Association of Insurance Commissioners Grants Accreditation to V.I.

The action came at the body’s meeting on Friday, Dec. 6. At the NAIC Fall National Meeting in Austin, Texas.

Tourism Commissioner Praises Cultural Icon Dorothy Elskoe

On behalf of the team at the Department of Tourism, we extend our deepest condolences to the family of Virgin Islands cultural icon Dorothy Elskoe.

Roach Announces New Real Property Tax Online System and Abbreviated Hours

This new system, called Entellitrack (ETK), is a web-based data platform that will greatly enhance customer service and property tax management features.

SBA to Expand HUBZone Opportunities to Small Businesses and Revitalize Communities

The new rule changes will also make it easier for federal contracting officers to identify and work with HUBZone-certified small businesses.
WAPA CEO Lawrence Kupfer testifies Thursday before the Senate Committee on Infrastructure and Housing. (Photo by Barry Leerdam for the V.I. Legislature)

WAPA Issues Scam Alert, Bogus Calls Soliciting Immediate Payment

WAPA Executive Director Lawrence J. Kupfer said the Water and Power Authority has received calls from customers reporting that they were threatened with disconnection if immediate payments were not made on their accounts.

DLCA Town Hall to Address Community Concerns About Alcohol Licenses

Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) has received many calls and visits from individuals in the community both for and against new and existing businesses selling alcohol and/or operating a nightclub or a cabaret.
Government House image the Limetree Bay.

VIDOL Reviews Plant Closing Standards of Limetree Bay, Subcontractors

The Virgin Islands Department of Labor initiates compliance reviews of Limetree Bay Terminals LLC., Limetree Bay Refining LLC, and seven of the major subcontracting companies that support Limetree Bay Terminals and Refining.

Governor Expanding Development Opportunities for Small Businesses

The governor’s executive order expands the enterprise zones in the Savan-Downstreet neighborhood and in the Garden Street-Upstreet neighborhood.





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