The Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service is employing all the necessary resources to extinguish the Cox Heath debris site fire as quickly as possible.
Mariners are being reminded that anchoring is prohibited in narrow channels and fairways leading into a port or marina.
Communications equipment was donated to the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) to help strengthen the emergency telecommunications system in the Territory.
The Department of Waste Management is advising the community that their Pockwood Pond Incinerator facility is opened to the public daily from 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Visitors to the Virgin Islands are being reminded of the Environmental and Tourism Levy of $10.00 to be paid upon arrival at all ports of entry.
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) throughout the Territory will be versed on the economic potential of international trade in a two-day entrepreneurial e-commerce workshop next week.
Chief Fire Officer (CFO) Mr. Zebalon McLean has confirmed that the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service (VIFRS) continue to make progress in extinguishing the fire at the Cox Heath Debris Site.
Deputy Governor Mr. David D. Archer, Jr. is acting in the Office of Governor until Sunday, May 26.
Residents of the Virgin Islands are encouraged to initiate a plan to get ready for what may be another active hurricane season.
Health Disaster Coordinator, Dr. Ronald Georges received a communications kit today to support efforts towards the re-establishment of the health sector’s emergency telecommunications network.