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TERRITORY NEEDS ‘MANAGERS'

Local businessman and author says the territory doesn't need more studies, it needs management.

BOARD OF TAX REVIEW TO MEET

A hearing of the V.I. Board of Tax Review is scheduled for 10 a.m. on Friday, June 11. It will be held at the Public Services Commission Conference Room at Barbel Plaza, St. Thomas.

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR FISHING TOURNEY

An anglers' meeting and pre-registration for the annual Fathers' Day Fishing Tournament will be held at 7 p.m. June 10 at the Frenchtown Community Center.

BOARD OF TAX REVIEW TO MEET

The hearing of the V.I. Board of Tax Review is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, June 11. It will be held at the Public Services Commission Conference Room located at Barbel Plaza, St. Thomas.

CPA PERMIT FEE DUE DATE

The V.I. Board of Public Accountancy reminds all certified public accountants and CPA firms that the permit fee for the period of July 1, 1999, to June 30, 2000, is due by June 30.

BASTILLE DAY KINGFISH TOURNAMENT BETTER THAN EVER

Count down to the 1999 Bastille Day Kingfish Tournament - a community-oriented day of fishing fun that has grown to draw the highest angler participation and deliver the largest cash and luxury prize booty of any one-day inshore tournament in the Virgin Islands. These prizes and more await winners of the annual Bastille Day Kingfish Tournament, set to begin at 5:30 a.m. Sunday, July 11, at St. Thomas' Hull Bay Beach.

GLITZ AND GLAMOR AT FRENCHMAN'S REEF

The glitz and glamor of Paris came to St. Thomas Saturday night when Givenchy put on a fashion show and launched its latest male fragrance "Pi" at the Marriott's Frenchman's Reef Resort.

SENATE FACES BUSY WEEK

Senate committees will meet every day this week addressing issues from a ban on incineration to the Financial Accountability Act to the practices of the Public Services Commission.

PROSSER THANKS SENATORS

Businessman Jeffrey Prosser thanked the eight senators who voted in favor of the controversial "Prosser bill" that sought to give all the companies under his Innovative Communications Corp. umbrella a 30-year tax ride in exchange for some land and public projects.

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