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SEWAGE SYSTEM DISCHARGES AGAIN

The latest problem is at Kings Cross Street and Water Gut in Christiansted.

CHASE BANK HOLIDAY HOURS

All Chase Manhattan Bank branches in the USVI will be closed on Monday, Sep. 6, in honor of Labor Day.

CHASE BANK HOLIDAY HOURS

All Chase Manhattan Bank branches in the USVI will be closed on Monday, Sep. 6, in honor of Labor Day.

FIRE SERVICES SETS NEW AND HIGHER FEES

The Fire Services Department's Arson Investigation and Prevention Unit has issued a list of new and increased fees that will henceforth be imposed for permits, inspections, copies of reports and other services.

BILL PROVIDES FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY FINES

Gov. Charles Turnbull has sent the Legislature a proposal to amend the Virgin Islands Code to establish a local jurisdiction for fines and penalties to be issued by highway safety inspectors for safety violations in the territory.

SENATE PANEL TO PROBE WATER CONTAMINATION

Sen. Adlah "Foncie" Donastorg is asking that water testing be done at all the territory's schools.

NEW UVI LANGUAGE COMPUTER LAB TO OPEN

Students on the University of the Virgin Islands St. Thomas campus have reason to be muy feliz and tout heureux. That's Spanish and French for mightly pleased, and the reason is that on Friday, UVI will officially inaugurate its new foreign language computer laboratory in the Classroom-Administration Building.

WICO CALLS OFF YACHT HAVEN LANDFILL TALKS

The West Indian Co. Ltd. has halted talks with a Malaysian developer proposing to turn the Long Bay landfill acreage into an upscale "Asian Village" shopping center. Representatives of wealthy developer Tan Kay Hock demanded a "yes" or a "no" by Aug. 31, and they got it: no way.

FIRE SERVICES SETS NEW AND HIGHER FEES

The Fire Services Department's Arson Investigation and Prevention Unit has issued a list of new and increased fees that will henceforth be imposed for permits, inspections, copies of reports and other services.

BILL PROVIDES FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY FINES

Gov. Charles Turnbull has sent the Legislature a proposal to amend the Virgin Islands Code to establish a local jurisdiction for fines and penalties to be issued by highway safety inspectors for safety violations in the territory.

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