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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The 33rd Legislature has held 24 committee meetings and called for over 400 pieces of legislation during its first 100 days, Senate President Kenneth Gittens today. The 15-member body was sworn into office on January 14, 2019. “Groundbreaking policy measures, community outreach, dedicated oversight of government operations

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CHRISTIANSTED — Senate President Kenneth Gittens has extended greetings for Holy Week to residents across the U.S. Virgin Islands culminating in Easter Sunday today. Gittens said “those who celebrate the Passover and Easter seasons should reflect on the sacrifices made in the name of peace, love and freedom associated with

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Mid-Island, ST. CROIX – Litter, debris and brush have been removed from the La Reine Fish Market with the comprehensive cleanup being the first phase in the rehabilitation process, Senate President Kenneth Gittens said today. Senator Gittens thanked the Department of Planning and Natural Resources, Department of Public Works, Virgin

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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

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CRUZ BAY — The 33rd Legislature’s Committee of the Whole will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 20, 2019 in the Cleone Creque Legislative Conference Room on St. John to consider a zoning request and two measures relative to local insurance laws. Senator Kenneth Gittens, who chairs the Committee of the

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FREDERIKSTED — Senate President Kenneth Gittens said that he is encouraged about the state of the territory’s farming industry. Speaking at the 48th Annual Agricultural and Food Fair on Saturday, he noted that the annual event is the dynamic result of cooperation, commitment and ingenuity. The fairgrounds, named posthumously in honor

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