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CHRISTIANSTED — The “comprehensive upgrade” of the territory’s roads, hardening of the electrical system, dredging Virgin Islands harbors to accommodate increasingly large cruise ships and developing and repairing housing were among the important projects addressed at a Tuesday meeting with U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude.
FREDERIKSTED — The Department of Public Works (DPW) said that the first phase of a $530 million road project began today on the Queen Mary Highway. The project, which started near the Armstrong Ice Cream Parlor at Estate Whim and continued east to the bus shanty at Estate Two Williams,
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Kenneth Mapp said that he invites the community to learn more about the “exciting upgrades” planned for St. Thomas waterfront at a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday. The official groundbreaking for the Veterans Drive Improvement Project is set for 10 a.m. on the eastern end of the
CHARLOTTE AMALIE – Governor Kenneth Mapp said that he invites and encourages St. John residents to share their ideas, concerns and hear from local officials in regard to recovery efforts and other matters affecting the island at a Town Hall meeting set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Governor Mapp said he will
Mapp Says Virgin Islands Paving Gets $5.2 Million Federal Highway Administration Project For Clifton Hill
FREDERIKSTED – Gov. Kenneth Mapp said that he approved a contract on Wednesday for major improvements to Route 75 on St. Croix, better known as Clifton Hill Road. The road project will begin from the Melvin Evans Highway and continue to the Queen Mary Highway at the container port intersection. “As
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Public Works said that the final pass for debris pickup will begin today. Contractors have worked over the last four months removing debris from neighborhoods and roadways, but now, this phase of the restoration process is coming to an end, according to Public Works.
Reckless St. Croix Motorist Drives Into Utility Pole Near Gallows Bay Early Sunday Morning … No Injuries Reported
CHRISTIANSTED — An errant St. Croix motorist drove into a utility pole early Sunday morning downtown and when it fell it knocked down part of an abandoned building. No injuries have been reported so far. Motorists in the westbound land were forced to go into the eastbound lane of Hospital
LET THEM LIVE ON THE BEACH! Mapp Hails Opening of Magens Bay on St. Thomas As A ‘Great, Great Sign of Progress’
CHRISTIANSTED — Gov. Kenneth Mapp described the official opening and dedication of Magens Bay on St. Thomas this Thursday, December 7 with Royal Caribbean International as a “great, great sign of progress.” Addressing reporters at Government House on St. Croix on Monday, the governor thanked the cruise company for being