TROPICAL STORM KAREN ADVISORY #1

VIRGIN ISLANDS PORT AUTHORITY ST. CROIX ▪ ST. THOMAS ▪ ST. JOHN UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS GATEWAYS TO THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS’ ECONOMY NEWS RELEASE Contact: Monifa Marrero-Brathwaite | Public Information Officer (340) 774-1629 ext. 6639 or 340-244-1065 info@viport.com / www.viport.com September 23, 2019 TROPICAL STORM KAREN ADVISORY #1 SEAPORTS • The U.S. Coast Guard …

This is an important message from Alert VI

Governor Albert Bryan Jr. announced that he is closing the Government of the Virgin Islands at noon on Monday, September 23 as Tropical Storm Karen makes its approach to the Territory. The Governor ordered that all non-essential employees be dismissed at noon so they can make preparations for the storm’s impact on the Territory. All …

Governor Bryan Returns to Territory  Ahead of Tropical Storm Karen

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 22, 2019 Press Contact Richard Motta 340-474-2399 www.vi.gov richard.motta@go.vi.gov Governor Bryan Returns to Territory Ahead of Tropical Storm Karen U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS––Given concerns about the path of Tropical Storm Karen and the increasing likelihood of the storm passing over the Territory with substantial, heavy rains, Governor Albert Bryan Jr has rescheduled …

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The Virgin Islands Department of Public Works will distribute sandbags tomorrow, September 23rd which will allow residents an opportunity to safely prepare homes ahead of Tropical Storm Karen. Distribution locations are: St. Croix • Department of Public Works, Anna’s Hope • Department of Public Works, Mars Hill • Grove Place Fire Station • Cotton Valley …

For Immediate Release Source: United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism Contacts: Alani Henneman-Todman, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism +1 340 774-8784 ahenneman@usvitourism.vi Bevan Springer, Marketplace Excellence +1 201 861-2056 bevan@marketplaceexcellence.com Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte addresses journalists in Toronto. U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS LAUNCHES MARKETING EFFORTS IN CANADA USVI delegation attends the Toronto International …

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Corporate Communications NEWS RELEASE Contact: Jean P. Greaux, Jr., Director of Corporate Communications 340-774-3552 extension 2147 or 340-244-7330 communications@viwapa.vi / www.viwapa.vi August 30, 2019 ALL ST. THOMAS – ST. JOHN ELECTRICAL FEEDERS ENERGIZED; CREWS NOW FOCUSED ON RESOLVING ISOLATED SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS; POTABLE WATER SYSTEM FULLY FUNCTIONAL All electrical …

August 30, 2019 Line crews will be deployed this morning to complete work and fully restore Feeder 7A. In addition, crews will be dispatched to address approximately 20-25 remaining isolated service interruptions across the island. Sections of St. Thomas Feeder 7A that are without service include: — Portions of Estate Altona and Solberg to Four …

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority Corporate Communications NEWS RELEASE Contact: Jean P. Greaux, Jr., Director of Corporate Communications 340-774-3552 extension 2147 or 340-244-7330 communications@viwapa.vi / www.viwapa.vi August 29, 2019 ELECTRICAL SERVICE RESTORATION WORK ONGOING IN ST. THOMAS – ST. JOHN; WAPA RESTORES 100% ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO ST. CROIX WITHIN HOURS OF DORIAN’S PASSAGE …

For Immediate Release Source: United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism Contacts: Alani Henneman-Todman, U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism +1 340 774-8784 ahenneman@usvitourism.vi Bevan Springer, Marketplace Excellence +1 201 861-2056 bevan@marketplaceexcellence.com Winnika Phillip-De Gout, the Department of Tourism’s Lead Greeter on St. Thomas, was among several tourism representatives welcoming guests to the Territory today. …

NEWS UPDATE — STT-STJ ELECTRICAL SERVICE RESTORATION UPDATE

Reissued with updated link to feeder listing. August 29, 2019 St. Thomas – St. John Restoration Update August 29, 2019 — 10:55 a.m. Feeder 5A – 131 customers affected Feeder 6A – 2,613 customers affected Feeder 7A – 2,842 customers (687 customers restored ) Feeder 8A – 2,175 customers affected Feeder 6B – Estate Honduras …