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VILegislativeCalendar Week Beginning 3.18.13 to 3.25.13

VILegislativeCalendar Week Beginning 3.18.13 to 3.25.13

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Committee hearings this week:
Homeland Security, Justice, and Public Safety (Sen. Gittens); Finance (Graham); Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth & Recreation (Jackson); Govt. Services & Housing (Sen. Capehart)
Committee hearings this week:
Homeland Security, Justice, and Public Safety (Sen. Gittens); Finance (Graham); Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth & Recreation (Jackson); Govt. Services & Housing (Sen. Capehart)

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March 18, 2013 9:00 A.M. Homeland Security, Justice, and Public Safety
Frits E. Lawaetz Conference Room

St. Croix, Virgin Islands Agenda The Committee on Homeland Security, Justice, and Public Safety has scheduled a committee meeting to assess the means of all law enforcement agencies as they relate to leadership, resources, future plans, and manpower. Invited Testifiers: Mr. Steve Brow Director Virgin Islands Fire Service Mr. Carlton Dowe Executive Director Virgin Islands Port Authority Ms. Judith Wheatley Director Virgin Islands Taxicab Commission Honorable Darice Plaskett Commissioner Department of Health Mr. Conrad E. Francois II Executive Director Virgin Islands Lottery Ms. May Adams-Cornwall Executive Director Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority

Dr. David Hall, S.J.D. Major General Renaldo Rivera President Adjutant General University of the Virgin Islands Office of the Adjutant General-VING ______________________________________________________________________________________

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March 19, 2013 9:00 A.M. Committee on Finance
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Agenda The Committee on Finance has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of considering the following items: 1. Contract of Sale between the Government of the Virgin Islands, acting through the Department of Property and Procurement, and Phyllis Nehlsen, Trustee of the Trust Agreement of Phyllis M. Saunders (the “Seller”) for the purchase of Parcel 57 Cotton Valley, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. Invited Testifiers: Honorable Lynn Millin Maduro Commissioner Department of Property and Procurement 2 Ms. Phyllis Nehlsen Trustee of the Trust Agreement of Phillis M. Saunders

Contract of Sale between the Government of the Virgin Islands acting through the Department of Property and Procurement and Mark Imowitz, as Co-Trustee of the Patti Birch 1991 Trust (“the Seller”) for the purchase of Parcel 1-2 Estate Bovoni, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.

Invited Testifiers: Honorable Lynn Millin Maduro Commissioner Department of Property and Procurement Mr. Mark Imowitz Co-Trustee of the Patti Birch 1991 Trust

3. Request for Appropriation Transfer No. 0002-13-Bureau of Corrections $700,000.00 Ms. Debra E. Gottlieb Director Office of Management and Budget Mr. Julius C. Wilson Director Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections

4. Request for Appropriation Transfer No. 0001-13-Bureau of Internal Revenue $800,000.00 Ms. Debra E. Gottlieb Director Office of Management and Budget Ms. Claudette J. Watson Anderson Director Bureau of Internal Revenue

_____________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Time: Committee: Location: 10:00 A.M. Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth and Recreation
Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Agenda The Committee on Culture, Historic Preservation, Youth and Recreation, has scheduled a hearing to review and receive a status report on revitalization efforts and ongoing and proposed projects that are within the boundaries of Charlotte Amalie. This will include the scope of work for the Rothschild Francis Square, Havensight – West Indian Company, the Waterfront – Veterans Drive Enhancement Project, Americans With Disabilities Act compliance, Water and Power Authority underground utilities, Downtown Revitalization, and The Town’s Blueprint: A Vision & Code for Historic Charlotte Amalie. Invited Testifiers: Mr. Joseph Aubain Executive Director St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Mr. Felipe Ayala Chairman St. Thomas-St. John Historic Preservation Commission David Bornn, Esq. President Downtown Revitalization, Inc. Mr. Caswil Callender Executive Director Virgin Islands Carnival Committee Mrs. Clarice Horsford President We Savaneros Mr. Sean Krigger Acting Director Virgin Islands State Historic Preservation Office

Mrs. Nadine Marchena-Kean Director Enterprise Zone Commission Honorable Darryl Smalls Commissioner Department of Public Works

Ms. Yvette Finch President We From Upstreet

Mr. T. Stuart Smith Director Division of Comprehensive and Coastal Zone Planning

Mr. Wilmoth Hennis President Long Path – Garden Street Association Mr. Hugo Hodge, Jr. Executive Director Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority

Mr. Fernando Williams President Downstreet People

Mr. John P. Woods DPW Project Consultant Co-Founder and Co-Principal of Jaredian Design Group ________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday, March 21, 2013 RESERVED FOR CONSTITUENT MEETINGS AND OFFICE WORK ________________________________________________________________________________________ Friday, March 22, 2013 RESERVED FOR CONSTITUENT MEETINGS AND OFFICE WORK ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, March 25, 2013 RESERVED FOR CONSTITUENT MEETINGS AND OFFICE WORK ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday, March 26, 2013 RESERVED FOR CONSTITUENT MEETINGS AND OFFICE WORK _______________________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday, March 27, 2013 Time: Committee: Location: 10:00 A.M. Government Services and Housing
Frits E. Lawaetz Conference Room

St. Croix, Virgin Islands Agenda The Committee on Government Services and Housing has scheduled a committee meeting, to receive testimony from the St. Croix Board of Elections, on the following:

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Status of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Clarification of the need to increase the 2013 budget for the category of professional Status of payment of $60,000 to attorney Scot McChain Status of the availability of $2.1 million appropriated for the voting machines

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Status of the contract authorizing the purchase of the voting machines Status of the RFP for a company that specializes in auditing elections Status of obtaining liability

The Committee on Government Services and Housing will also receive testimony from the Public Services Commission on the following: • Composition of the Public Services Commission • Comprehensive Legislative Reform _________________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday, March 28, 2013 HOLIDAY (Holy Thursday) _________________________________________________________________________________________ Friday, March 29, 2013 HOLIDAY (Good Friday)

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