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Governor Bryan to Meet WAPA CEO Finalists Over Dinner This Week

Ernice Gilbert | October 18, 2021

Governor Albert Bryan will meet the two individuals chosen by the V.I. Water and Power Authority as finalists for the chief executive position at the beleaguered authority, among the final steps being taken as part of the due diligence process. Speaking to the Consortium Sunday, the governor said while he will meet with the finalists over separate dinners, as of Sunday he had not seen their resumes and that the meeting was not to project influence over the process, but rather a formality. He will also speak to the finalists about the challenges facing the authority. "I don't know if they were living here before, if they are from here, I don't know," Mr. Bryan said, a deliberate attempt to stay out of the process. "Once again all I ask is that I meet them, I am not making that decision either because the board needs to do the board's work."…

WAPA 6 Months Behind On Payments To PSC, Potentially…

Kyle Murphy | October 13, 2021

V.I. Public Services Commission Director Donald Cole revealed during a Committee on Government Operations…

Advocates See Window of Opportunity Through Reconciliation…

Staff Consortium | October 12, 2021

Congressional delays in passing the FY2022 Budget Reconciliation bill have created a new window of opportunity…

WAPA Secures $1 Million Grant From Dept. of Interior…

Staff Consortium | October 12, 2021

A $1 million grant application by Virgin Islands Water and Authority has been approved by the Department…

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