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19 A.T. Construction Employees Working at Container Port Fall Ill After Inhaling Foul-Smelling Gas;…

Kyle Murphy | September 22, 2021

ST. CROIX — V.I. Port Authority Executive Director Carlton Dowe on Wednesday told the authority's governing board that 19 employees of contractor A.T. Construction fell ill while performing work on a project in the area of the Molasses Pier and Container Port on St. Croix as a result of foul emissions whose source is unknown. A.T. Construction has been contracted by VIPA for a project at the Container Port. “We’ve been experiencing a challenge down at the Molasses Pier Container Port area with some emissions; we don’t know what it is,” he said. Mr. Dowe said one likely source could be Limetree Bay, but he quickly added, “I don’t know that for a fact.”  He expressed serious concern for the safety of the employees at the site. “Twelve of them have gotten sick and went to the hospital in one day. Most recently another seven have gotten sick.…

St. Croix Energy Engages Greenhill to Explore Bid…

Ernice Gilbert | September 22, 2021

Newly formed St. Croix Energy is working with Greenhill & Co. as a financial advisor to explore a bid…

'It Was a Good Run': Limetree Bay Employees Work Last…

Ernice Gilbert | September 17, 2021

ST. CROIX — The bulk of the 271 Limetree Bay Refinery employees the company said it would layoff by…

USDA Providing $700 Million in Funding to Small Agriculture…

Staff Consortium | September 15, 2021

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced that it will soon publish requests for applications…

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