Governor Albert Bryan Jr.
CHRISTIANSTED – Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. today named Virgin Islands National Guard (VING) Veteran, Col. Daryl Jaschen as Director of the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency (VITEMA). Col. Jaschen, who is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY, and the U.S. Army War College, is
CRUZ BAY— Members of the 33rd Legislature have begun the process of revamping local insurance regulations in order “to better protect Virgin Islands property owners.” After hearing testimony from insurance companies and Virgin Islands officials on Wednesday, Senators were largely in support of Bills No. 33-0015 and No. 33-0016. The
FREDERIKSTED — St. Croix Senator Alicia Barnes said today she acknowledges that WAPA’s distribution of potable water to residents west of the Kingshill storage tank continues to be a problem. Considering this, Senator Barnes is once again calling on Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. to activate the resources of the Virgin
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. said that he supports the decision by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ground Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft out of an abundance of caution and in the interest of passenger safety. Governor Bryan reassured the traveling public that their safety
By GARY POKORNY On January 28, 2019 Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. was clear: The General Fund had virtually no cash, and the people of the Virgin Islands were owed $600 million in short term accounts payable. He used words like “In distress” and this phase: “We are confronted with the
WASHINGTON — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. gave an update on the state of the territory to the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources during the committee’s hearing to examine the state of U.S. territories on Capitol Hill Tuesday. In his testimony, Governor Bryan thanked the Congress for its
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
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
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.
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. on Monday announced Shikima Jones as Administrator to the island of St. John completing the Bryan-Roach administration’s team of island administrators. Jones, a St. John resident and longtime advocate for youth is a former acting administrator of parks and recreation with the Department