The shelter box pictured is being installed on Frenchman’s Cay today, October 13.
People of the Virgin Islands, I come to you today as part of my regular schedule of updates to you following the impact of Hurricane Irma.
People of the Virgin Islands. Good day. This is Governor Jaspert for my daily address to you.
People of the Virgin Islands, this is Governor Jaspert with another update on the ongoing relief and recovery efforts.
Persons who were employed to assist with the cleanup following the recent flood are asked to submit their documents to allow for timely payments.
Small and medium enterprises that were significantly affected by the passing of the tropical wave on August 7 are the focus of an outreach programme.
His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Augustus Jaspert, has said he is impressed with the post recovery works in the Territory following the tropical wave earlier this month.
The cruise ship Disney Wonder visited the Territory on August 29 for the first time since the passage of the Tropical Wave.
Community residents have credited the drainage project financed under the iLAND Resilience Climate Change Project with saving the lower section of Cane Garden Bay Road during the recent flood of August 7.
The public is asked to assist with clean-up efforts by removing garbage from their property, cleaning their yards, and removing derelict vehicles and boats that may have been flooded.