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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. said St. Thomas Attorney Joss Springette will be his Chief Negotiator for the Office of Collective Bargaining. Attorney Springette, who currently serves as General Counsel to the Virgin Islands Public Services Commission is a graduate of the University of the Virgin Islands and

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Written By: GARY POKORNY On January 28, 2019 Governor Albert Bryan Jr. gave his first State of the Territory Address. I would encourage every citizen of the Virgin Islands to read this speech. Governor Bryan was clear: The General Fund has virtually no cash on hand, and $600 million in short

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan Jr, will travel to Washington D.C., today for a week of meetings with senior White House administration officials and members of Congress and to attend the annual winter meeting of the National Governor’s Association. While in Washington, Bryan will participate in a senior plenary session of the

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CHRISTIANSTED – St. Croix Senator Alicia Barnes issued the following statement commending Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. for Executive Order No. 486-2019 issued on Tuesday. The executive order extended the mental health state of emergency in the U.S. Virgin Islands due to a shortage of psychiatric physicians and behavioral health providers. “I commend

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CHRISTIANSTED — Government House issued a statement on Wednesday that Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. had ordered the removal of “reserved parking” signs from Queen Cross Street on St. Croix. For at least 20 years, the spaces have been reserved for people who work at Government House in Christiansted.

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. said Monday that former Virgin Islands Police Lieutenant and U.S. Army veteran William “Billy” Harvey is the new St. Croix District Chief of Police for the Virgin Islands Police Department. Harvey, a highly-respected Virgin Islands Police Lieutenant, served 23 years with the Virgin Islands

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Director nominee of the Virgin Islands Fire Service Daryl George said Sunday that the Tango Company Fire Station in Estate Fortuna on St. Thomas is temporarily closed. George said the closure was needed after a burnout to the building’s power meter caused the station to lose power

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CHRISTIANSTED — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. said that Colonel Ivan Udell will be the Acting Adjutant General of the Virgin Islands National Guard and retired Lieutenant Colonel Elwyn Browne his Chief of Staff.  Col. Udell currently serves as the deputy chief of staff for operations and plans at the VING

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Joel Lee, director nominee of the Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue (the Bureau), reminds all bona fide residents of the territory that they are required to file their individual income tax returns in the Virgin Islands with the Bureau. “Bona fide residents of the Virgin Islands

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CHRISTIANSTED – Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. on Saturday said that Virgin Islander and longtime corrections expert Wynnie Testamark will be the next director of the Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections (BOC). Testamark, a native of St. Thomas, is a 29-year veteran with the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department where she

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