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St. John tradewinds ( July 8, 2013 )

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St. John tradewinds
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St. John tradewinds newspaper
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Description based on: vol. 3, no. 5, May 1979; title from caption.
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Successor to The St. John Drum.

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St. John tradewinds
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Saint John tradewinds
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Tradewinds
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St. John tradewinds newspaper
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v. : ill. ; 35 cm.
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English
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Tradewinds Newspaper Inc.
Place of Publication:
St. John, V.I
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July 8, 2013
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United States Virgin Islands -- Saint John

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Description based on: vol. 3, no. 5, May 1979; title from caption.
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Successor to The St. John Drum.

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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 52130251
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PGU INSURANCE SERVICESServing the Community Since 1972 Lumber Yard Business Center, St. John, VI Email: pgunow@gmail.com Web: www.pguinsurance.com (340) 776-6403 Photo of Parcels 2A and 2B Estate Deni s Bay, St. John with surrounding area and as-built survey information.

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2 St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 St. John Tradewinds Senator Tregenza Roach announced last week that he has desigholders on St. John. Maintaining a rapport with constituents on the issues that mat ter most to them will continue to be an ongoing mission for Roach throughout his term, he explained. ing a greater presence on the island of St. John, he added. On St. Thomas, residents can schedule a meeting with the senaBuilding from 1 to 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment with the Senator at the St. Thomas Sen. Roach Hosting STJ Ofce Hours By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds the trek to the waterline to deposit their eggs. While scientists know that the St. John terrestrial crabs, like all other hermit crabs, spend part of their gather in such numbers to reach the waterline. John photographer Steve Simonsen, who was alerted thor of St. John: Feet, Fins and Four Wheel Drive. thousands of hermit crabs which amassed on the went viral on the web, garnering thousands of views and a mention on Good Morning America. like all other hermit crabs, have to spend part of their join together in this mass migration. week after the full moon.Crab Migration at Nanny Point Leaves Scientists Scratching Their HeadsSt. John Tradewinds p.m. at Pickles in Paradise. The group is looking for help and involvement from the comshoppers browsing vendor tables from local artists, craftsmen, and and the aromas of various cuisines. Coral Bay Bizarre Bazaar Is Dec. 7St. John Tradewinds The Public Services Commission will host public hearings on PSC St. John Public Hearing Sept. 9 Join Tennis Play Day Each FridaySt. John Tradewinds Participants should wear sneakers and bring a good attitude. Continued on Page 16 EDITOR/PUBLISHER MaLinda Nelson malinda@tradewinds.vi NEWS EDITOR jaime@tradewinds.vi COLUMNISTS & CONTRIBUTORS Pishko, Yelena Rogers, Tristan Barshinger, Bob Schlesinger, Jack Bob Malacarne NEWSLINE www.tradewinds.vi editor@tradewinds.vi ADVERTISING advertising@tradewinds.vi CIRCULATION Rohan Roberts MAILING ADDRE SS Tradewinds Publishing LLC P.O. Box 1500 SUBSCRIPTIONS THIRD CLASS PERMIT Permit No. 3 COPYRIGHT 2013 of news stories, letters, columns, photographs or advertisements allowed without written permission from the publisher. TRADEWINDS PUBLISHING LLCThe Community Newspaper Since 1972 Hundreds of hermit crabs descended on Nanny Point, above, a week later than marine scientists predicted. St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Caroline Rogers

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds foot tall mega-house have been carving out a hillside overlooking the north shore of St. John. While the developers have been Virgin Islands, a group of St. John architects and developers, Department of Planning and Natural Reimposed. The development overlooking the north shore and bordering National Park Service land is York based architect and interior designer to the stars who includes long list of violations continue to Ingrao was cited for violations including, according to the notice of violation from DPNR written without a permit, excavation work which exceeded the scope specistruction of an electrical room on one of the parcels, construction of a gabion and boulder retaining wall and excavation affecting adjoining Park Service and V.I. government among others. issued the new notice of violalast week and the developer has 30 too big of a problem for Ingrao, NY, according to an article in the zine, where Ingrao earned an economics degree. Ingrao and his partner live near looking Central Park, according to the article. has its own view of the park as sso, Warhol and Rauschenberg, according to the Drew Magazine tured in House & Garden. Ingrao shipping in more than 1,000 trees. development violations is long, perhaps even more worrisome is the fact that most applications on misleading, according to the trio of concerned professionals who gust 12. 2013 RAIN DATAat Trunk Bay(Courtesy of Rafe Boulon)MONTH: AUGUST 20134.16 inchesAVERAGE AUGUST 4.39 InchesTOTAL Y-T-D25.97 InchesY-T-D AVERAGE25.50 Inches St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 3 Thursday, Sept. 19thEstate Denis Bay Developer V iolations Are Outlined as DPNR Reduces Fine letter to CZM by three concerned professionals INDEXBusiness Directory ..............18 Church Directory .................16 Community Calendar ..........20 Crime Stoppers ...................19 Crossword Puzzle ...............20 Cryptoquip ...........................16 Island Green Living .............10 Letters ............................14-15 On the Market .....................12 Police Log ...........................19 Real Estate ....................22-23 Rhytm and Views ..................9 Photo of Parcels 2A and 2B Estate Deni s Bay, St. John with surrounding area and as-built survey information. Continued on Page 18

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds Just a week before the start of the School cafeteria at a meeting on about where their children would be attending classes. While there are two public elgovernment never implemented tend the school closest to where never happened on St. John. explained. For kindergarten we have nine have 25 students in a kindergarten class. We knew enrollment was That was not a problem, said when more students than we can lem on St. John when the second migration paper issues and became John Superintendent. We had to do some consolidatshe said. That is the bottom line. the meeting a chance to weigh in on the on kindergarten issue, but we move some kindergartners from no option on that. We have real teacher vacancies in St. Thomas schools, she said. est number of students. It has been Despite the decision to merge the superintendent has no plans to success. There is no contest, she said. plained. want, we need to talk about it and John Superintendent. the late timing of the announcement, coming just a week before the beginning of the new school St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 GBS Kindergarten and First Grades Moved to JESS St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime Elliott Parents and community activists listen to DOE St. Thomas/St. John Superintendent Jeannette Smith-Barry. Continued on Page 16 Gi Hill School does not discriminate against applicants and students on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, or national or ethnic origin. From a one room schoolhouse with 4 students in 1978 to St. Johns only preschool through 12th grade program, Gi Hill School Opens Minds, Hearts and Doors.www.gihillschool.org CELEBRATING CELEBRATING CELEBRATING CELEBRATING Exclusive Rates from $155for residents of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico*. CALL OR BOOK ONLINE WWW.WESTINRESORTSTJOHN.COMLOCALS U S V I BV I R ESIDENTS: M ENTION RATE PLAN VIRES PR R ESIDENTS: M ENTION RATE PLAN PRRES

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds meeting. Just a week before public school was set to open 31 students were registered for kindergarten at Julius consolidate the classes and reassign the teacher. teacher. The decision was made to move the kindergarten imagine that we will not have those grades here this driving this decision. said Dalmida. third grade. school for all of St. John, said Dalmida. Look what school could face a dim future, Dalmida explained. St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 5 R&I PA T TONgoldsmithing Residents Discuss Guy Benjamin School and Road Access at Coral Bay Town Hall MeetingSt. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime Elliott Continued on Page 17

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College Students Walk Dogs, Paint and More St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 St. John Tradewinds cago took time out to give back to St. John during a recent vacation their time. From walking dogs and paint ing dog houses to cleaning the dog runs and cat cages and even giving the animals a little love, the students helped to make sure the nization and dogs and cats it cares for, had a little extra support. would like to thank them for an awesome morning at the shelter. Unemployment Insurance Division Employer Tax Requirements Hearing & Appeals Unit Wrongful Discharge Labor Relations Division Wage & Hour Laws Minimum, Tip, Overtime, Recordkeeping St. John Tradewinds News Photo Kellogg School of Managements took time out to of their Freebird Creations owner Barbara Hervey, right, with presented St. John Animal Care Center shelter manager Ryan Moore, left, with a check worth more than $1,000, from the jewelry promotion.St. John Tradewinds News Photo Freebird Creations Supports ACC

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By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds athlete Matt Crafts took top honors sharks, the morning featured a triathlon, with swimming, biking and running legs, as well as an running legs. in the event with six women and 11 men completing the triathlon, 13 women and 15 men completing was the second man to complete the half mile swim and get out the line Road. Crafts was also the top place was up and coming St. Thomas triathlete Lukata Samuel, consuming mistakes. he did a great job, said St. John Landsharks Race Committee mem third after two big mistakes. Samuel, who was supported with his mother and aunt in atten three triathlon disciplines, Woodcock explained. I saw him, I thought he was going to drown in the water. But he kept at it. was offered, joined the cross counhis running and got with the swim coach at the St. Thomas pool to work on his swimming, Woodcock said. of St. Croix won the triathlon again woman to emerge from the waves one on the bike and held her own on the run to edge out second place woman out of the water, but let her running skills edge her over out of the water and continued with an impressive win to cross to the island which boasts the best three athletes from the same island completing the triathlon and one tors to bring it back to St. John St. John come on, said Woodcock. We need a woman to step athlete and renowned marine biologist who continued training and competing well into a battle with -St. John Tradewinds, Cras and Harper Win 14th Annual Love City Triathlon If You Bought an E-book You Could Get a Payment from a $95 Million Settlement Settlements have been reached with Macmillan and Penguin in antitrust lawsuits led by State Attorneys General and Class Counsel about the prices of electronic books (E-books). The lawsuits claim there was a conspiracy involving Macmillan, Penguin, and other top U.S. publishers and Apple, Inc. (Apple) to x and raise retail prices of E-books. Macmillan and Penguin have agreed to settle the lawsuits but deny they did anything wrong. Who is Included in the Settlements? You are included in the Settlements if: 1. You purchased an E-book that was published by Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, or Penguin (as well as all other names under which these publishers also publish E-books), and 2. The purchase was made from April 1, 2010 through May 21, 2012, and 3. You were a resident of 1) any U.S. State or Commonwealth, 2) the District of Columbia, or 3) one of the ve U.S. Territories at the time of purchase. If you would like to review a full list of the publishers included, please visit www.EbookAGSettlements.com. What Does the Settlement Provide? Macmillan and Penguin have agreed to pay $95 million into a fund to pay customers who purchased E-books published by any of the ve Publishers. The Settlements also include agreements by Macmillan and Penguin to comply with antitrust laws, and certain orders of the Court. This notice is only a summary. For detailed information: Call 1-866-621-4153 or Visit www.EbookAGSettlements.comIf you purchased one or more qualifying E-books, depending on the retailer through which you purchased your E-books, you are eligible to: Receive an automatic credit into your E-book retailer account, unless you ask for a check, Receive an automatic check, or File a Claim Form to receive a check. The Court must still approve the Attorneys General and Class Plaintiffs plan to distribute the Settlement money to consumers. This plan includes a request that the Court approve combining the $95 million from the Macmillan and Penguin Settlements with monies from settlements the Court has previously approved into one Settlement Fund. While the exact amount of payments per E-book is not yet known, there will be two levels of payments, based on categories of books. The best estimates of payments for each E-book you purchased are as follows: New York Times bestsellers: $3.06 per E-book. These include titles that were New York Times bestsellers at any time, irrespective of when you purchased the E-book. Non-New York Times bestsellers: $.73 per E-book. These include any titles that were not New York Times bestsellers. Residents of Minnesota are included in these Settlements, but they will be subject to different conditions than other consumers and are encouraged to review the detailed Legal Noticenotice for Minnesota-only residents by selecting the Minnesota link found on the Settlement Website at www.EbookAGSettlements.com or by calling 1-866-6214153. How to Get Benets? If you have received notice by email or postcard that you are entitled to an automatic credit or check, you do not need to do anything to receive your payment. You will receive future communications about your credit or check. If you have not received notice, you should call 1-866-621-4153 or visit www.EbookAGSettlements.com to learn more about the Settlements and decide whether to le a Claim Form. Claim Forms must be postmarked by October 21, 2013. Your Other Rights You can choose to exclude yourself from the Settlements. The exclusion must be in writing and postmarked by October 21, 2013. If you exclude yourself from a Settlement, you will not receive a benet from that Settlement. If you do not exclude yourself from the Settlements, you will not be able to sue Macmillan or Penguin for any claims at issue in this case. If you stay in the Settlements, you may object to them in writing, postmarked by October 21, 2013. The Detailed Notice explains how to exclude yourself or object, and an Exclusion Form is available online or by mail. The Court will hold a hearing on December 6, 2013, at 3:00 p.m. to consider whether to approve the Settlements. You or your own lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing. Matt Crafts Teresa HarperContinued on Page 18

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 St. John Tradewinds This past summer marked the Resource Station and Clean Islands International worked in partcal students. old attended one of seven summer of St. John in V.I. National Park. Friends of VINP was able to add overall. This was also the second joined the camp for all three camp experiences eco-camps, science camps and ranger in training. sions. These camps provided 122 education activities, games and projects. These activities help local which can be found in the Virgin Islands. all of the usual activities such as swimming, snorkeling, a seashore time-honored environmental learn ing games including the Queen Termite game and an enviro-scavenger hunt. Campers learned about and disMexico and the environmental impact it has on the marine and coastused an interactive diorama of a hillside and coastline with mangroves to show the children the effects of runoff and sedimentation ter a rainstorm. and water conservation methods a regular part of eco-camp curricu lum. Campers learned about composting, mixing soils, and planting camper also got a small sapling to Science Camp returned for its to gain momentum and popular their marine and coastal surroundreturning campers, which enabled experiences and learning to the concepts covered in this camp, and to act as peer guides for the newer campers. sions included in depth discussions and activities and an increased amount of time was spent at the waterside lab examining and identures extended into the evenings and no camp experience would be Ranger-in-Training Camp retime ever. The focus of the fourin environmental stewardship and resource management insight into the career opportunities available activities within the VINP. The curriculum has been expanded to include more informa tion about the interpretive and enforcement divisions of the National Park Service. Classroom with hands-on activities alongside protection rangers taught the kids about turtle nesting through an inClassroom sessions included a presentation about park careers and the educational paths that lead to them and the importance of leader In addition to classroom time there tree frog hunt and time around the Ranger kept a Nature Journal and experiences. It is because of the generous support of Friends of VINP that local students were able to attend camp free of charge to their fami lies. Friends announced special Charitable Foundation, Starboard International Capital & Manageal Science Foundation. Friends of VINP Help Record Number of Students Enjoy Eco-CampsSt. John Tradewinds News Photos Station at Lameshur Bay this summer free of charge, thanks to Friends of VINP supporters. crane ROBERT CRANEARCHITECT, A.I.A.P .O. BOX 370 CRUZ BAY, ST. JOHN U.S.V.I. 00831(340) 776-6356 www.stjohnweddingplanner.com www.katilady.com 340-693-8500 Wedding Consulting Travel Coordination Accommodations KatiLady since 1997 Open TuesdaySunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tel: 693-5579Beautifying Americas ParadiseHUGE DISCOUNTon volume sales Happy Holidays!

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St. John Tradewinds the future. Well, that was until I started 9th grade at older students. was invented just to make 9th graders feel bad. What Being a freshman is starting over. You end up with new classmates, new teachers, a different school and overwhelmed. nights of sleep because the following morning I had a plan for, and I had to work that same afternoon. I put also need to focus. Your 9th grade performance folorganization. She would do her assignments in the the time came to turn in an assignment, she could correct notebook. the game. Being social is a crucial part of high school. If establish contacts, and exchange information with should network amongst students and teachers. get work done on time. Networking among students relax, focus, organize, be social and have respect, this St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 9 ber Closed Until Monday, November 4 GET IN YOUR CUSTOMERS FACE ADVERTISE ON... WhatToDo-VI.com ISLANDTREASUREMAPS@GMAIL.COM Rhythm & ViewsAn outlook on young adult interests and concerns by Raven Phillips-Love Welcome to Ninth Grade: Guide for a Successful Year

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St. John Tradewinds we have, such as side-scanning soWe can target them to extinction in mind. a great concept if managed cor can be sold all over the world. which hurts the actual content of diseases and parasites can infect ing raised, which can have a largescale environmental impact on nasuccessful and is teaching our species as well. I have read about reputation have earned it a followBarramundi are native to northket size of one and a half to two Farming of this species started in States at facilities in western Massachusetts and Florida. The article that I read states that all the water used in the MassaWhat little waste is produced is used for plant fertilizer. farm-raising saltwater shrimp. I have a friend who is farming boxes and then moves the growing glass containment pens, where he more than 150 pounds a month per container once the shrimp mature. The good news with saltwater shrimp is that the water does not levels low. culture because I believe that we need to start growing our own foods here in the Virgin Islands. If the ships were to ever stop bringing in food, we would all go hunto start our own sustainable food For a greener tomorrow. Dan Boyd of Island Solar is a thorized vendor. For more infor mation call Boyd on his cell phone at 340-626-9685 or by email at islandsolarvi@gmail.com.10 St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 I G L by Lovango Cay resident Dan Boyd Sustainable Aquaculture www.facebook.com/yelena.rogers.photographyYelena Rogers Photography PO Box 554, St. John, VI 00831 340-774-4027 603-401-4757 FREE EXPERT ADVICE IN AN EMERGENCY 24 HOURS A DAY Florida/USVI Poison Information Center Now at the Open Sat. 8 a.m. to noon / Mon. & Thurs. 7:30 a.m. to noon. Located at Git Hill & Centerline, across from the Transfer Station St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime Elliott aging and outdated Cruz Bay pump station, above. The work, expected to last a year, has closed 12 parking spaces at the Cruz Bay Customs parking lot.VIWMA Upgrading Cruz Bay Pump Station

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 11 Maho Bay Clayworks @ Pickles Offers Open Studio Sessions, Classes ISLAND SOLAR V.I. 300-watt panels 300-watt inverters SunDrum solar hot water systems Battery stand-alone systems Energy audits Diesel generators Conventional solar hot water systems Power management systems Off-grid living for over 12 years on Lovango Cay. Dan Boyd t: 340-626-9685 e: islandsolarvi@gmail.com We are anAuthorizedV.I.EnergyDealer& Grid-Tie Systems as low as $3.50 per watt and Nohidden SAY NO TO W APA SELLING? BUYING? RENTING SEEKING? GET RESULTS!St. John Tradewinds St. John Tradewinds les remains a work in progress a covered outdoor studio area is in the works and the oil-burning kiln will be rebuilt this month Bogurt moved the operation to Pickles in studio is found just out back. new location, but the duo plan big things for this coming winter season. Residents can es as well as exciting visiting artist workshops. and St Thomas people to come and check out our new spot and make some pots, said some fun. While work at the outdoor studio area continues, open studio hours are avail for the six-session package, which must be used within three months. There will also be be used within three months. There is also discount on workshops. also included in the class cost, which must be used within one month. Students must inder. porous and fragile than stoneware. com soon to get a space in the class, which for beginners and those who need a reintro with a minimum of four students, which available as well. For more information or to register for St. John Tradewinds News Photo by Jaime ElliottMaho Bay Clayworks @ Pickles co-owner Casey Giakas, above, smiles from the window of the new pottery studio in Coral Bay.

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12 St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 LAutre Monde Is the Ultimate Entertaining VillaBy Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds With two distinct living areas, decks and sweeping water views, for entertaining. This seven bedroom, seven and a half bath villa located in the Meaning another world in made glass sinks, custom cabinestone detail throughout the home. sunset views. Stretch out near one of the two pools found at the villa sun dip below the horizon as the lights of St. Thomas twinkle to life in the distance. Monde consists of four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms with a gourmet kitchen, outdoor dining area and a stunning custom pool with a waterfall feature. Just a few steps across the covwing, which boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The west wing air living space with an oversized great room and dining area as well as a custom gourmet kitchen and a heated pool. The lower level of the west wing offers one bedroom and one was a successful short-term rental The original structure, or east sociate. The master suite, or west wing, was added to the original again could be a great short term rental, should one choose. It could be operated either as a seven bedroom rental, using both houses, or an owner could live on either other. fect arrangement for an owner or business associates. neighborhood, just a short drive to the shops and restaurants of Cruz St. John Tradewinds News Photos luxury and space needed for entertaining.St. John Tradewinds News Photos

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 13 DO YOU OWN A RENTAL VILLA? IF SO, ADVERTISE YOUR VILLA FOR THE 2014 SEASON. EMAIL mnelson@stjohnmagazine.com TEL 340-642-5365 OWNER'S SPECIAL10% Discount 1/6 PAGE VILLA AD$850.00 Reg. / Special $765.0020% Discount 1/3 PAGE VILLA AD$1,500.00 Reg. / Special $1,200.00OFFER ENDS: SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 IT'S EASY: owner provides photo and text Sailview Guest SuitesReasonably priced well appointed guest suites with views of Coral Bay Harbor, A/C, Cable TV, DVD, WiFi, mini refrigerator, coffee maker, beach chairs, beach towels and cooler. Each suite has sepa rate entrance, private bath and private terrace. Sailview is only ve minutes to Coral Bay. $775-$945 per suite per week; $125-$145 per suite per night. 340-514-0315; www.sailviewstjohn.com GREAT EXPECTATIONS 4 Master Bedrooms Plus 3 Guest Bedrooms Pool, Hot Tub, Tennis, WiFi Walking Distance to Beaches Spectacular Sunrise/Sunset Views www.GreatExpectationsUSVI.com See Website for Specials. 1-800-553-0109 VILLA RENTALS GIBNEY BEACH VILLASLuxury air-conditioned West Indian cottages with the white sand beach at your doorstep. Located on Hawksnest Bay within the Vir gin Islands National Park. For more information or reservations visit www.gibneybeachvillas.com or call 340-643-2936. Southern SerenityA magnicent luxury 3 bedroom/2 bath resort condo located on the Cruz Bay waterfront with spectacular views. Sleeps 6-8, fully equipped kitchen, heated pool and hot tub, gym, reserved parking, WiFi, plasma TV and more. A short walk from the ferry dock and convenient to grocery, shopping and restaurants. Visit our website at www.stjohnvacationrental.net or email info@stjohnvacationrental.net ISSUE NO. 6 ST. JOHN MAGAZINE l 111 GIBNEY BEACH VILLASLuxury air-conditioned West Indian cottages with the white sand beach at your doorstep. Located on Hawksnest Bay within the Virgin Islands National Park. For more information or reservations visit www.gibneybeachvillas.com or call 340-643-2936. T riathlon ResultsFemale Finishers 2 Bridget Campbell 29 2:01:25.0 Male Finishers 10 Daniel Mitchell 29 2:25:22.0 Relay T eam Finishers Place Names Overall Time 3 Beckmann, Smith 2:32:02.0 Aquathon ResultsFemale Finishers Male Finishers

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 Crossword Answers Puzzle on Page 20 NEXT DEADLINE: THURSDA Y, SEPT 19th 2012Homicides: 1 Shootings: 1 Stabbings: 0 1st Degree Burglaries: 3 2nd Degree Burglaries: 3 3rd Degree Burglaries: 40 Grand Larcenies: 72 Rapes: 1 2013-TO-DATEHomicides: 0 Shootings: 0 Stabbings: 0 1st Degree Burglaries: 1 2nd Degree Burglaries: 1 3rd Degree Burglaries: 18 Grand Larcenies: 52 Rapes: 1The St. John Landsharks would like to thank all our wonderful sponsors and dedicated volunteers who make all our events possible. Without their help and support, this and other events, would not be possible. We would like to thank the V.I. Police Department, the National Park Service and St. John Rescue for course support. We would also like to thank the following sponawesome food and drink for the awards picnic; the West Indies Corporation for donating the water and Sincerely, Love City T riathlon & Aquathon Race CommitteeLandsharks Thank Supporters and Participants for Successful Triathlon dividuals and groups which helped make our second Twelve students completed this course, sponsored These students now have their own resume docuskills needed to keep a job. rectors and staff who supported offering the program and Sharon Coldren who submitted the grant to VIDOL; Patricia Reed of CBCC who provided instruction and administration; Loran Jackson who worked Corbeil who created and developed this program; and the former students who invited friends to participate and in some cases, returned to the class to improve course. cluding Jennifer Dale, who addressed our class on three different occasions on being entrepreneurs and the importance of networking and use of social media; Luciah Ferrell from guests services at Caribbean tomer service skills are developed; Dr. Bob de Bonis, hosted our students for a restaurant learning experi commodating our group on a wonderful morning tour of the resort from the front service desk to the back of the house food services areas; The St. John ComDean Thomas, who transported the students from valuable to us in practicing and learning these handster. job, a positive attitude is the number one market getting a job, and good communication and team our CBJC graduates opportunities to begin their job experiences through offering either interviews for practice or better still, part-time jobs in the hotel and to offer, and with some mentoring opportunities and ees. develop these important skills to succeed. Sincerely, Bonny CorbeilNEXT ISSUE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23-OCTOBER 6, 2013 Weekly publishing will resume with our November 7-13, 2013 edition

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 15 Letter To St. John TradewindsSEND LETTERS, GUEST OPINIONS & OBITUARIES: editor@tradewinds.vi name is being defunded? I was in shock as I was leaving the Curriculum Center in St. Thomas; I had been informed that there ited public school here on St. John. vehicles cost? We have the highest paid senators and the lowest paid teachers. I was not surprised to see on the front page of the V.I. Daily News that the Virgin Islands has a shortage of teachers. tering children there once the number hit 25? Seems to me someone at the Curriculum Center It seems like there could have been a better comSigned, Zach and Liliths Mom, AKA Anna A Coral Bay Parent right where our school lies. Just a thought.What Would Guy Benjamin Say? By Jaime Elliott St. John Tradewinds ribbean focused books to the all students in kindergarten through third grades. Distributing books to local students at Christpublication. of the whimbrel species, who captures the imagination of bird-watchers both local and around the west Territories of Canada and St. Croix. illustrated hardcover book. The special edition, and produced in a single edition. in print in the book and will also receive two cophave their logos included on the back cover of the special edit. receive a letter from CFVI acknowledging the their schools or libraries. Help Make Sure Students Receive Free Book by Local Author This Holiday Season

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 Bahai Community of St. John Bethany Moravian Church Calvary Baptist Church Christian Ministry Christian Science Society The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Cruz Bay Baptist Church Emmaus Moravian Church Jehovahs Witness Missionary Baptist Church Nazareth Lutheran Church Our Lady of Mount Carmel St. John Methodist Church Seventh Day Adventist St. John Pentecostal Church St. Ursulas Episcopal Church Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church Directory in large numbers under the trees at the height of the migration to the number in the hundreds of thoustill be in the tens of thousands. but not up to the elbow. The crabs also continued to migrate to the sea, although in fewer and fewer numbers, for at least the This is something new too, she said. What the crabs do, according shoreline under the treeline. When crab will cling to a rock and pump out its eggs, which are washed out The hermit crab spends part of ing on shore at some point during their development elsewhere on or two. These adolescent hermit crabs have been seen in the Franscouts, but return to the group little about hermit crabs, from females depositing their eggs, explained Lewis. releasing their larvae into the sea, eral hermit crab couplings on the indicate that more than females edge. hermit crabs still left, Lewis and migration. Steve Simonsen to assemble a reinterested locals in St. John, said next big migration which will be up a crowd funding website to degration, email Lewis at sara.lewCrab Migration Leaves Scientists Scratching Their HeadsContinued from Page 2 Our salaries are not competitive, she said. Teachers are not coming here to work for the salaries that we to offer. cial place which should be celebrated, explained Coral for children on St. John, said Coldren. There is a team of professionals who work so well together and Dionne Wells agreed to contact kindergarten parents It does not matter where students attend classes, We are here to educate the students of St. John, at best for the students of St. John.GBS Kindergarten and First Grades Moved to JESSContinued from Page 4

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St. John Tradewinds, Coral Bay Town Meeting: GBS and Roads 4th Annual 5th Annual4th Annual 5th Annual Monday October 14, 2013 Thanks to these early sponsors! PO BOX 429, ST. JOHN, VI 774-1625 ACROSS FROM LIBRARY U. S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 501 (3) c NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION TwixSay hello to Twix she is about 2 years old and is a very outgoing dog. Once Twix knows you she will give you all the love in the world, but she can be timid around strangers. She would do well in a home were someone is around most of the day, as she does not like to be left alone for too long. She is also very good with adult cats. town hall meeting also discussed opening an alternate route into tinues to deteriorate. routes on St. John that are not There is no reason opening those roads is not on the table. It is the have to drive on our one lane area eroding. help improve services for veterans on St. John. We used to have services here tian. services on St. John stems from the low population which use the chairperson of the Committee on Without the numbers, we are not going to be eligible for the ser them provide this care. While veterans were able to rewere forced to stop providing ser vices due to lack of training and support, explained Dr. Joseph DeDeJames also discussed how coordinated care provider, has DeCastro used to have dental, said DeJames. Now there is no of the funding to help us do that. low up on with the proper governconcerns. Continued from Page 5DPW Crew Discovers 18th Century Danish Miliary Cannons on Cruz Bay BeachSt. John Tradewinds Department of Planning and Natural Resources ing crew from the Virgin Islands Department of staff, along with the DPW crew, further inspected gation, the team found that there were not one, but three cannons buried along the shoreline. of the discovered cannons and agreed that the cannons appeared to be historic. Based on the location and exposure of the cannons, it was decided to refurther examination. work on the beach while plans were worked out for the new fort. pected and the cannons, being exposed to salt air removed and the cannons were relocated. the cannons. One was used as a bollard on the landthe passage of time, the other three cannons were set aside and forgotten, until their recent discovto determine if other cannons or other metal artifacts are present.

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 AccommodationsCaribbean Villas & Resorts Island Getaways Sunset Ridge Villas Interval Ownership or Rentals www.sunsetridgevillas.com Suite St. John Villas/Condos A/C & Refrigeration Sub-Zero, Wolf, Bosch, VikingArchitectureCrane, Robert Architect, AIA BankingFirstbank Scotiabank #1 Mortgage Lender in the VI Green BuildingIsland Green Building Association check www.igbavi.org for Seminar Series info and ReSource Depot InsurancePGU Insuracne Located at The Marketplace Theodore Tunick & Company www.theodoretunick.comJewelryR&I PATTON goldsmithing Located in Mongoose Junction LandscapingAlfredos Landscaping Coral Bay Garden Center Real EstateDebbie Hayes, GRI www.stjohnvirealestate.com Holiday Homes of St. John Islandia Real Estate RestaurantsFish Trap Restaurant and Seafood Market La Tapa Restaurant Skinny Legs ServicesC4th Custom Embroidery Island Solar Wedding ServicesWeddings by Katilday www.stjohnweddingplanner.com Consulting, Travel St. John TradewindsBusiness Directory Estate Denis Bay Developer V iolations ContinueTwo architects and a contractor wrote the letter Director J.P. Oriel. What worries residents most about the develop ment, however, is the fact that excavation for the project encroached on V.I. National Park land, cutting While the ongoing construction is in violation of and into the adjoining properties including those of the National Park Service that has caused the greatest Starting when Ingrao purchased one of two wooden structures found at the end of an old, unpaved estate road, the developer seems to have violated DPNR regulation after regulation, with at least several apInspector David Rosa,the group stated in its letter. 2005, and while it appeared even then that developers into the adjoining lot under separate permit applica tions, the three professionals wrote to CZM. With of construction, excavation and work began again on been explained as another bureaucratic failure but, due to an unchecked ego and hubris, it was decided that the land owned was not enough. trees and ridge line that blocked a sunset view, according to the letter. hubris, complicit professionals, and a lack of over tion in 2013 when construction extended into Parcel 2B and then the ROW, wrote the group. It was unwas removed, creating a huge scar visible from miles a number of private individuals, was clear cut of tress troublesome, according to the three professionals. In addition, while less noticed, the spoils of this lands, within Tier 1 and under jurisdiction of CZM, as well as below the project so as to widen the road and feet above existing grade, according to their letter. photograph of the project, details problems with each Code, the V.I. Building Code and IRC. and federal government agencies could help ease the development. There are legitimate solutions that are available to local and federal enforcement agencies to bring the overall project closer to compliance with the laws, ternatives that would at least mitigate their impact, the group wrote. development. prevent further damage from this ongoing project, the group wrote. Continued from Page 3 a severe fall. cause she had a horrendous fall and broke a lot of bones, said Woodcock. She had to leave isstill with her positive attitude. John Landsharks will be the annual Race Results on Page 13Cras and Harper Win 14th Annual Love City TriathlonContinued from Page 7

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 19 Friday, August 23 bance. Disturbance of the peace. third. peace. peace. Disturbance of the peace, threats. at her residence. Disturbance of the peace, threats. turbance of the peace. Saturday, August 24 ander Jurgen Command with one Shaarrest and charged with disturbance of the peace and threats. Bail was set at detained at Leander Jurgen Command and later transported to the Richard Callwood Command to be processed and remanded to the Bureau of Cor rections. at Leander Jurgen Command with one Jurgen Command and later transported to the Richard Callwood Command to be processed and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections. Sunday, August 25 nel. Unauthorized use of vessel. Monday, August 26 his passport. Lost document. T uesday, August 27 slipped and fell, causing injuries to her mal. police assistance with an intoxicated assistance. police assistance with two intoxicated assistance. W ednesday, August 28 him. Disturbance of the peace, threats. bance of the peace, threats. Thursday, August 29 Multipurpose Center. Disturbance of the peace, threats. co-worker threatened her. Disturbance of the peace, threats. sistance. sic, disturbance of the peace. Friday, August 30 unknown male. Disturbance of the peace. he was using which belonged to his friend. Unauthorized use of vehicle. and brandishing a weapon. Saturday, August 31 Disturbance of the peace. bance of the peace. Disturbance of the peace. burn down his trailer. Disturbance of the peace, threats. Sunday, September 1 dence. Disturbance of the peace, D.V. ander Jurgen Command with one Jefarrest and charged with disturbance of the peace, threats. D.V. No bail was set at Leander Jurgen Command and later transported to the Richard Callwood Command to be processed and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections. Monday, September 2 Leander Jurgen Command with one arrest and charged with aggravated asat Leander Jurgen Command and later transported to the Richard Callwood Command to be processed and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections. T uesday, September 3 Simple assault. third. W ednesday, September 4 were stolen from his condominium. Simple assault. tenant dispute in the area of the Lumsistance. bance of the peace. male was creating a disturbance with a gun. Disturbance of the peace. Leander Jurgen Command with one turbance of the peace, destruction of Jurgen Command and later transported to the Richard Callwood Command to be processed and remanded to the Bureau of Corrections. Thursday, September 5 owed to him. Police assistance. male is spreading rumors about her. Libel. one of her belt keepers was missing St. John Tradewinds criminals involved in the following crimes. St. John speak up. St. Thomas arrest this thug. St. Croix The man had been shot in his upper left shoulder near his home in so police can put an end to the shootings, robberies and carjack Be part of the solution. Continue to help make our islands a fund. For details please go to our website at www.CrimeStopper sUSVI.org and click on Support Us.Crime Stoppers U.S.V .I. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS A CRIME IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDSVIPD Safety TIPS The law protects both Legal residents and Undocumented persons. You can be protected no matter what your immigrations status is. Abuse can be nancial, physical, verbal, intimidation, bullying, sexual assault, child abuse or emotional abuse or threats of deportation. In an emergency call 911 CALL THE VICTIM WITNESS ADVOCATE at 642-3101 (St. Thomas/ St. John) 643-0295 (St. Croix) VIPD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT at 715-5535 St. Thomas/St. John 712-6027 (St. Croix)

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20 St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 St. John Tradewinds ALCHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS AL-ANON MEETINGS Monday, September 9 The Public Services Commission will host public hearings Every Friday welcomed to come out and engage in the fun sport of tennis as sneakers and bring a good attitude. For more information contact Saturday, October 19 up of furniture and volunteering to help with setting up the fair. Through November 7 Saturday, December 7 p.m. at Pickles in Paradise.APPELLATION TRUNCATIONACROSS 5 Club (retail chain) 9 Weds on the sly 15 Swine food 19 Carter of Gimme a Break! 20 Stat! 21 Film director 22 Bluish hue 23 Cruel Curry in a London borough? 26 Kitty chip 27 The real 29 Give Mason the ax? 31 Make do with Paul? 34 a Letter to My Love 35 Road goop 36 Song syllable 38 Physics prize of note 42 Show penitence 44 College founded by Hagen? 51 Heredity determiner 53 Flummoxed 54 Mrs., in Bonn 55 Question for Knotts package? 60 Bygone space station 65 Second letter addendum: 66 Singer with the 2011 album 68 Goes by car 71 Sculpting aid 72 Not too tasty 73 a Rock (1966 hit) 76 Ni-i-i-ice! 78 Semis, say 79 Go bad call? 84 Operatic solo 86 Running shoe brand 88 Billion : giga:: trillion : personal liberties? 96 noires (bugbears) 97 January, in Spain 98 Coll. dorm supervisors sound) 101 Moose kin 102 With 111-Down, connect two dots, maybe 106 Battling it out with Murdoch? stabilizing medication? 113 Regatta tool 114 Poet John 115 Exclude 116 Whew, such a relief that Kahlo arrived! 121 Samplings 122 Kin of beige 123 Prep school on the Thames 124 Tram loads 125 Ukrainian port city 126 Exclude 127 Unit of force DOWN 2 Pervade 4 Vote in 6 live and breathe! 7 Very virile 8 Nearly globe-shaped 9 Palindromic before 10 Lounges idly 13 Great Lakes tribesmen 14 Northern French river 15 Commence 16 Monocle, e.g. 17 Pledge 24 Warrior co-star Nick 25 2,065, in old Rome 30 Year, in old Rome 32 Defective 39 Cat breed 40 Virtual marketer 43 Sir Isaac 45 Slangy negative 46 Shaft of light 47 Call a halt to 49 Turner and Kennedy 50 Ming of basketball 52 Elliot of the Mamas & the Papas 56 Feature of gum but not gem 57 Pledge 58 Download for a Kindle 59 Bible book before Habakkuk 61 Give a hug to 62 Fill with a crayon 63 Not dynamic, as a verb 67 Expand 70 so much 71 Lug 74 Make deal out of 75 Speed-of-sound ratio 77 Scorching 78 The Coochi Coo (1961 hit) 81 Musicality 82 Winter hrs. in Wichita 83 ... iron bars a cage 85 When shows are broadcast 89 Forever 90 Had faith in 91 Inquires 93 Bereft 94 Lanka 95 Myopic Mr. 96 I You (hit for Elvis) 100 Concludes 103 Hard follow 104 I thought a deal! 105 Humble 106 Phonies 107 Fast one 108 One way to mark losses 109 Clown name 110 Love deity 112 Sinus docs 117 Cookie-pushing org. 118 Hexahalved 119 Hexending

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St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 21 For Rent/Space Available SCENIC PROPERTIES 340-693-7777Cruz Bay Side: One bedroom house, furnished, awesome Two bedrooms, two Two bedrooms, one Two bedrooms, one Two bedrooms, two Two bedrooms and loft, one bath, washer, Three bedroom, two Three bedrooms, one One bedroom, one EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON EVERY LEVEL GREAT PLACE TO SHOP, DINE AND WORK COME JOIN US WE HAVE SPACES AVAILABLE RETAIL, OFFICE OR STORAGE340-776-6455 Commercial/Ofce For Sale For Rent CO-OP OPPORTUNITY ON ST. JOHN 2 UNITS FOR SALE 340-776-3455 NEXT ADVERTISING DEADLINE: THURSDAY, SEPT. 19TH For more information call 776-6857 Expanding Watersports Company is accepting applications for:RETAIL SALES BEACH ATTENDANTSMUST BE: reliable and professional, detail-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills, clean cut and able to swim. Employment STORAGE: 643-3283 PASTORY SELF STORAGE 340-776-1330 on Rendezvous and Ditliff. CHOCOLATE HOLE EAST: Long Term, Large 2 bed, 2 bath, Furnished, Near Westin, BDs, Big deck area, electric Storage ST JOHN PROPERTIES proudly announces their management of Guinea Grove apartments, across from the Westin. These one and two bedroom and tenants share the cost of water when needed. professional staff. stjohnproperties.com for a rental application. You can be assured of professional service from our St. John. Subaru Forester, white, low mileage, stick shift, runs perfectly, new tires, new brakes but smokes oil. $4000. maggi4jon@aol.com For Rent LIVE-TO-WORK STUDIO UNITS NOW AVAILABLE or AndyNick at (340) 771-3737 / Andy at (340) 690-1260 Cars for Sale BUYING? SELLING? RENTING?SEEKING?CALL: 340-776-6496 EMAIL: advertising@tradewinds.viGET RESULTS!Credit Cards AcceptedLONG TERM RENT AL2 bed, 1.5 bath in electric included. Call Ron 715-853-9696 SHORT -TERM, PART -TIME JOBS Solid W aste Management Planner W ater Supply Planner W asterwater T reatment Planner Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessor funding to conduct solid waste management, water conducting a risk assessmen of current solid waste experience desirable. Time frame: Oct 2013 to Sept CBCC is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer and has a Drug Free W orkplace Policy.

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22 St. John Tradewinds, September 9-22, 2013 Providing professional rental management and marketing services for St. John s finest vacation villas and condominiums.For reservations For St. John or brochures business call1-800-338-0987 340-776-6152Vi e w o u r v i l la s a t w w w c a r i b b e a n v i l l a c o m Lumberyard Complex P .O. Box 458 St. John USVI 00831 C a r i b b e a nV i l l a s & R e s o r t sM A N A G E M E N T C O Restaurant/Commercial Space for Lease in Tradewinds BuildingSOUTH SHORE ROAD IN CRUZ BAYRESTAURANT SPACE 800 to 3,200 sf. W/1,000+ sf. outdoor space for patio dining and substantial private parking. Four 800-sf. street-level commercial units available to lease. Connected units, tile oors throughout. Public water and cisterns. Reply to twbuilding@earthlink.net Exceptional St. John Villa Offered Through Debbie Hayes E XCLU SIVE REAL EST A TE SERVICE IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS DEBBIE HAYES, GRILICENSED U.S VIRGIN IS L ANDS REA L ESTATE BROKER/ OWNER Ofce: 340 714 5808Cell: 340 642 5995DH@DH. www.StJohnVIRealEstate.com I C B r Br V I f r nf t t r Eb V R. O .M DebbieHayes-TW CasaBueno 11.26.2012.indd 1 11/30/12 2:37 PM $1.60M

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