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Bryan Sends Bill to Senate Seeking $20 Million for Road Projects Territory-Wide

Staff Consortium | April 10, 2021

Government House said Friday that Governor Albert Bryan has submitted legislation to the V.I. Legislature proposing to use approximately $20 million to pave, resurface and install proper drainage to more than two dozen roads throughout the territory. Governor Bryan’s proposal, forwarded to the Legislature Thursday, provides $9.6 million to address 13 road projects on St. Croix, and $8.35 million to address 14 road projects in the St. Thomas-St. John District, according to Gov't House. “With the dozens of road and other capital projects already underway, the Department of Public Works is maintaining the momentum by looking ahead to the next batch of road projects to get shovel-ready,” Mr. Bryan said, according to Gov't House. “I’m asking my colleagues in the 34th Legislature to earmark which projects to prioritize so DPW can continue its excellent…

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Kyle Murphy | April 08, 2021

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Kyle Murphy | March 29, 2021

Seven bills heard in the Committee on Finance Friday were forwarded to the Committee on Rules and Judiciary…

Lieutenant Governor's Office Websites Victim of Possible…

Staff Consortium | March 26, 2021

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor has announced an investigation into what it said was "a possible…

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