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WAPA Governing Board Holds Monthly Meeting Thursday

Jan 20, 2020

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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

January 20, 2020

WAPA GOVERNING BOARD HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING THURSDAY

     The governing board of the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority will hold its regularly scheduled monthly meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 23, 2020. The  meeting, which is open to the public, will be held at the Authority's Al Cohen administrative office. 

AGENDA

 

1. CALL TO ORDER AND QUORUM

2. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

3. PRESENTATIONS

4. EXECUTIVE SESSION
(a) Legal Matters

(b) Personnel Matters

5. PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS
(a) Second Time Extension – SC-22-19 Fortress
(b) Addendum to Contract SC-52-19 – Arcades, Inc.
(c) Requesting a Second Extension for SC-10-20
(d) Procurement of pad-mounted, liquid filled transformers (Cruz Bay Underground Project)
(e) Procurement of Cable, Accessories and Equipment (Cruz Bay Underground Project)
(f) PR-13-20 – USVI Composite Pole Project – St. Croix

(g) PR-01-20 – Cruz Bay Underground Duct Bank Project – MV Pad Mounted Switchgear

6. FINANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE ACTION ITEMS
(a) Donated Leave Policy

(b) Virgin Islands Workers Union CBA

DISCUSSION ITEMS
(a) AMI and Billing Update
(b) Customer Deposit Fund Update

(c) Financial Statements

7. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT

8. ADJOURNMENT

 

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The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority is an autonomous agency of the Virgin Islands Government which produces and distributes electricity and drinking water to residential and commercial customers in the territory. WAPA was created by the Fifth Legislature of the Virgin Islands in 1964 through Act No. 1248. Today, WAPA generates electrical power at production plants on St. Thomas and St. Croix, and distributes electrical service through smart grids to customers on St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. John, Hassel Island, and Water Island. Potable water is distributed to almost 13,000 customers through water lines and standpipes. WAPA also has the responsibility of installing and maintaining street lights.