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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: February 26, 2009
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Public Projects

Under Completion
While the new budget for 2009 will usher in a myriad of new public works projects, a
number of those voted for in 2008 are nearing completion. Sophie Oliveaud, director of the
island's technical services departments takes us on a quick tour of the work under comple-
tion while we wait to learn about the new projects on the drawing boards for 2009:

- Residents on the leeward
side, from Flamands to
Colombier, will have to wait
until mid-April for the road
to be open in both direc-
tions. Until then, work con-
tinues by both the EDF and
the Collectivity, with the lat-
ter taking advantage of the
EDF's putting the electric
lines underground to run
housings for telephone and
low-voltage cables, and
improve the pipes for city
water before pouring the
concrete for the roadway;
- The third phase of
repaving the road along the
pond in St Jean should be
finished in late March. After
the concrete is poured for
the section of the road

No more patches on
new roads! That is at
least the hope of the
Collectivity, which has
systematically been put-
ting in water connec-
tions in manholes. All
they have to do is open
them to make repairs-
without breaking the

between the tennis courts
and the crossroad for the
pond, the next section will
be from the corner by the
restaurant, Le Diamant, to
the Suzuki garage-as the
section by the municipal
swimming pool is already
completed. At the same time
the roadwork is being done,
the Collectivity is putting in
new water pipes to replace
the old ones and running
cable trays for underground
- In Cul de Sac, approxi-
mately 20 households will
soon have access to city
water, with an extension of
the pipelines which did not
yet exist there, a drainage
system will also be installed;
- Toiny is completed! The
portion of the road damaged
after heavy rains has been
repaired. The work included
the construction of a retain-
ing wall, putting in cable
paths for future underground
electric lines; repaving the
road and creating a sidewalk
for the safety of pedestrians.
This did not make the road
any narrower as residents
generously donated the land
for the sidewalks;
- In completing work that

was started last summer,
another sidewalk is being
installed in Flamands, from
the road to the ranch toward
this leeward neighborhood;
- Access reinforced in Mer-
let: at the request of the resi-
dents, a retaining wall is
being built in Merlet while
the road is being widened,
thanks to the donation of
land by a resident.
- At the stadium in St Jean, a
tennis clubhouse is being
built, and security is being
put in around the archery
area, including protection
panels to keep arrows from
flying onto the tennis courts.
Behind the targets, a wall
covered in wood should

Message from
the President

of the


"In keeping with the
Travel Alert issued by
the State Department
warning travelers about
current conditions and
labor strikes in Guade-
loupe (French West
Indies), the Collectivity
of Saint Barthdlemy
confirms there are
absolutely no strikes or
demonstrations taking
place on the island of
Saint Barthdlemy. In
fact, Saint Barthdlemy
is not officially part of
the Department of
Guadeloupe, which is
located over 125 miles
away from our island".

help contain the arrows. The
Collectivity envisions
adding a walking path
behind this area.

For the past few years, the Collectivity has been ambi-
tiously working to put all electric and telephone lines
underground, to protect them from bad weather as well
as remove the poles that disfigure the landscape. Various
sections of the island have already been completed, and
the Collectivity hopes to continue at the same pace. But
there is a lag between the time the work is finished and
the moment that electricity and telephone cables are ins-
talled, allowing the poles to be removed. The goal for
2009, in addition to moving more cables underground, is
to make sure they are run where the cable trays have
already been installed.


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and excerpts from the Broadway Show

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plus more

Also with special guest:
Jane Thorngren, soprano opera star from New York
Under the direction of Charles Darden
At the Anglican Church, Gustavia, 8:00 p.m.




Entrance: 15E


Dengue: End Of The Epidemic!

The committee of experts for infec-
tious diseases in the Northern
Islands met on February 19 and
decided that the epidemic of dengue
fever, which has troubled the island
for the past four months, has sub-
sided after two weeks in which there
was a significant decrease in the
number of cases reported. In the past
two weeks, there were no more than
16 cases reported per week, with the
threshold for an epidemic at 22,
while the number of confirmed cas-
es, which continually decreased
throughout January, has stabilized to
between five and eight cases over
the past few weeks. The same situa-
tion prevails Saint Martin, where
only 12 cases were noted as of the
last week of observation.
It is estimated that as many as 514
people have had the disease since the
epidemic began in Saint Barth; 14 of

which were hospitalized (11 adults
of which seven had a serve case, and
three children, two of which had
severe cases).
In Saint Martin, where the epidemic
started three weeks earlier, a total of
2,018 people had dengue, and of
these 33 were in the hospital (22
adults of which eight had severe cas-
es, and 11 children, of which two
had severe cases).
During the course of the epidemic, the
average of the severity* of the cases
was 1.7% in Saint Barth, higher than
the 0.5% seen in Saint Martin and than
the 2007 epidemic in Guadeloupe
(0.8%). In Saint Barth, the virus DEN-
1 (90%) and the virus DEN-2 co-exist-
ed, but since the month of December,
only the DEN-1 virus was identified.
In Saint Martin, there were three ver-
sions of the virus: DEN-1 for the
most part (65%), DEN-2, and DEN-

4, which was isolated during Octo-
ber. On the Dutch side of the island,
all three versions of the virus were
also present.

The end of the epidemic does not
mean we can stop being vigilant.
Mosquito larvae can exist for
months in cisterns or other sources
of water, and develop as soon as it
rains. So it is essential to keep an
eye around the house, empty any
stagnant water, and control gutters
and cisterns regularly. It can't be
said often enough: the most efficient
way to fight against dengue is to
keep mosquitoes from proliferating.

*The number of severe cases report-
ed compared to the total number of
cases in the same time period.

Jane Thorngren To Sing With La Chorale de
To celebrate the 10th ,
anniversary of "Ouanalao,"
the unofficial hymn of
Saint Barthelemy, which is
sung at many official occa- .,
sions, La Chorale de Bons
Choeurs is holding two I .
special concerts on Friday I
and Saturday, February 27
and 28 at the Anglican
Church in Gustavia. For I.-A
these special concerts, the
local choir, under the direc- i S
tion of Charles Darden, has
invited special guest, Jane
Thorngren, a New York-
based soprano, who has
performed in several operas Roger and Brook Lacour, Charles Darden, Mireille Boisar
during the St. Barth Music and Jane Thorngren.
Festival. Her appearance donors: Sue and David Accompanied by Sana R(
this time is thanks to the Jackson, and Brook and on piano, Jane Thorngr
generosity of private Roger Lacour. will interpret a partitic

Bons Choeurs
written by the Roger
Lacour's grandfather, a
Composer of classical
music. The choir will sing
sections from Carmina
Burana by Carl Orff, and
excerpts from West Side
Story. They will also sing
the premiere of "The Chil-
dren of Saint Barth," with
words and music written by
Jean Belotti, a former pilot
and legal mediator for the

La Chorale
de Bons( /i.A i,
d, Friday, February 27 and
Saturday, February 28 at
oy 8pm, Anglican Church,
en Gustavia. Tickets: 15 E.
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Bruno Magras Met

With International Property Owners

Bruno Magras was the special
invited guest at a meeting of the
non-profit organization, St
Barth International Property Owners
Association (SBIPOA), held on Thurs-
day, February 19 at the Santa Fe restau-
rant in Lurin. Approximately 60 people
attended the meeting, interested in
hearing the president of Saint Barth's
territorial council share his vision for
the island's future development.
Magras, who was pleased to meet with
"an important economic group on the
island," first addressed the important
changes that have taken place since
July 2007 when the island became a
COM. The president pointed out that
the status of a COM, separate from
Guadeloupe, has allowed local authori-
ties to take on a higher level of deci-
sion-making, in direct relationship with
the French government, and the possi-
bility to create local laws in certain
areas of jurisdiction. Magras then
assured the group that the political
position for Saint Barth is to "keep it
the way it is," primarily by limiting
urbanization. The president indicated
the Collectivity is working on new
urbanism regulations that will be put
into effect shortly.
Magras also addressed the issue of
social instability as witnessed in the
increasing number of young people
who do not have proper career training,
as well as the problem of noise, some-
thing he considers a "hard job" to con-
trol, trying to balance on one hand the
majority of the population and certain
visitors who desire quiet, and on the
other, to consider the tourism side of
the island and provide activities for
those guests.
Following his speech, the president
answered questions from the audience.
Concerning the plans for a casino-or
a gaming room-about with the
SBIPOA voiced its concern via a reso-
lution made public last November, the
president indicated that the decision
rests with the French minister of the
interior, who would consult with the
territorial council. He noted that the
council has been informed of the

details of the project but has not come
to a decision, adding that it would not
go against the will of the population.
Questioned about the work being done
on the island's roads, Magras explained
that the policy of the Collectivity is that
every time roadwork must be done, to
take advantage of the situation and put
electric lines underground. This takes
longer and is more expensive, but in
the long run helps protect the electric
lines and will result in the ultimate
removal of all the poles. He also
assured the group that there are no
plans to put in public lighting along the
The next item of discussion was the
conflict in Guadeloupe and its reper-
cussions in Saint Barth. The president
did not hide the fact that the general
strikes which have paralyzed Guade-
loupe for the past five weeks, have
begun to affect Saint Barth, mainly in
the area of deliveries, but even this is
limited as most merchandise can transit
through Saint Martin.
He also explained that the problems
experienced by the population in
Guadeloupe did not echo here. "When
this island began to develop, everybody
here profited," he said. "There are
some people with modest means, but
there is no real poverty." In response to
a travel alert issued by the American
State Department concerning the
French West Indies, he issued a public
statement noting that Saint Barth has
not been part of Guadeloupe since July
2007 and that there are no strikes or
demonstrations here. About the ques-

tion of public transportation, the presi-
dent repeated his position, which is that
only a limit on the number of rental car
companies and the number of cars
allowed per company would create the
proper environment for a private com-
pany to handle public transportation. In
other words, he is not favorable to pub-
lic funding for such a service.
Concerning the cost of year-round rent,
which is too high for a certain segment
of the population, Magras noted that
this is a problem of supply (not
enough) and demand (too high). He
indicated that the COM's strategy to
reduce construction and limit urbaniza-
tion would result in a reduced work
force, and therefore less pressure on the
rental market. In addition, the COM
has been actively buying land for hous-
ing for teachers, firemen, and public
On the issue of electricity, the president
thinks that the problem of production
has been solved or more precisely, is
being solved. He pointed out the fight
against the underwater cable that
would have connected Saint
Martin/Sint Maarten, Saint Barth and
Anguilla, Magras repeated the terms of
an agreement with the EDF to install
two new generators of 8MW each
before 2011, considerably increasing
the production capacity.
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Where to go dancing? See an at exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I

Special events
I February 27 & 28
La Chorale de Bons
Chceurs presents
two concerts, featuring
"Carmina Burana"
and excerpts from the
Broadway musical,
"West Side Story,"
plus special guest:
Jane Thorngren,
soprano opera star
from New York,
Anglican Church
Gustavia at 8pm

Live Music
I Every Evening
-Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30pm to lam
Bar't6, Hotel Guanahani
I February 10-28
Planetjabr from 9pm to mid-
night, Bet'A Z'ailes, Gustavia
I Friday February 27
- Live Music with Papaguyo
and Swang from 7pm at La
Mandala, Gustavia
I Saturday February 28
- Romantic live with Jamie
Sherman, spanish jazz melo
blend at Le C6sar, St Jean
I Sunday March 1st
- Live Funkee Vibezz with
PapaGuyo & Swang from
1 to 4pm at Do Brazil
- Sunset with Patris Gero
at Do Brasil, Gustavia

Niqht Club
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
Eleven 12, Gustavia
The Strand Supper club
-Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin

Let's Party
-New suggestions every nights
: Fashion show & dance show
at le Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Friday, February 27
The Battle of the DJs:
Konka / aka Xavier VS Patris
Gero from Do Brasil at The
Strand Supper Club
- "Girl Power Party" at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
- Roots Brothers at Hot Spot
Caf6, Lurin

I Saturday. February 28
- Saturday Night Fever at
The Strand, Supper Club
- Love Music for a lovely
night at Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Live music United Band
with DJ Regis, Diffusion
Carnival 2008, 10pm, at Hot
Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Sunday, March 1st
- Djoul from St Barth at The
Strand Supper Club
I Monday March 2nd
- Disco Party at Yacht Club,
I Wednesday March 3
- Bling Bling (R&B Deluxe)
Old Skol meet the future at
the Strand Supper Club
- Bad girls with DJ Piro at
Eleven 12, Gustavia
I Thursday. March 5
- Overkitch 70-80-90 (compli-
mentary Champagne for
ladies till 1pm) at
the Strand Supper Club
- Latino rhythm with DJ
Nando at Hot Spot Caf6,
I Friday, March 6
- "Girl Power Party" at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
- Tropical Jam with Mike &
Bob Dil at Hot Spot Caf6,
- Exceptional: Beach Party, at
the Strand Supper Club

Fashion Show
I Saturday February 21
- Addicted, mixed by Yo-One
Sutter at 9pm at La Plage.
I Every Tuesday
- 6:30pm: Fashion show by the
pool, from the boutique at the
Isle de France, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show &
Dance Show at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
P Everyday
1:30- 2 pm, Case de l'ile,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion
show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
-Fashion show at le Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
- Fashion show at Le Tamarin,

I February 27- March 5
Alain Chariot at la Porta 34,

I Through March 5
Ross Coppelman jewelry at
Les Artisans Gustavia.
I February 20-28:
Photo exhibit, St Barth 1978-
2009, by Marco Glaviano at
La Plage, St Jean
I Permanent exhibits
* The Marines from Drouot
Paris and the pictures of Yves
Nadal at Carole G. Gallery,
* Works by Cyrille Margarit
at Nikki Beach, St Jean
* Paintings by Suzanne Mac
Nally, Les Artisans, Gustavia
* Sculptures by Timothy
Holmes, Comptoir du Cigare,
* Acrylic paintings at
Sandra's Art Gallery,
* Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Rose Murray, Comptoir du
Cigare, Gustavia
* Jewelry and sculpture by
Dave Stevenson, Les Artisans,

I Through March 11
Exhibition 'La Vie en Roses:"
artist Jean Verrechia tries to
capture the vibrant volup-
tuousness and sensuality of
the rose at Clic Gallery.
* Group show, Piaf and
Christine Vannier, Pipiri
Palace, Gustavia
- Jean-Pierre Ballagny,
Antoine Heckly, Alain
Buisson, La Gallerie, St Jean
) Artists' collections
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Didier Spidler, Gustavia
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Mitchell Summer, Toiny
Art Galleries
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Sandra's Art Gallery,
- Pipiri Boutique, Art Gallery,
- Spindler Art Gallery,
- TomBeachArtStudio, St

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Srogs legs
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O n Tuesday, February
17, the association
"Goft et saveurs" -
organized its second special
event for the island's junior
high students. The week
before, a tasting event took
place at the Ecole Sainte Marie
in Colombier, where four-year-
olds were introduced to such
different tastes as bitter choco-
late, lemon, endive, and even
Provencal pizza!
Last Tuesday, "Goft et
saveurs" held a second event at the
Sereno hotel, where executive chef
Jean-Luc Grabowski, who is also the
president of the association, intro-
duced a class of eighth grade students
to a series of different professions.
The 21 students present learned about
the tasks of working at the bar, in the
kitchen, and making pastry. Jerome,
the head bartender, explained how a
day unfolds at a hotel bar, the rhythm

between shifts, and about the art and
science of mixology, or learning the
technique of making special cocktails.
Next stop was the kitchen of the
Restaurant des Pecheurs, where
Grabowski reigns. He insisted on an
important part of the job for every
chef: respect for the entire staff. The
timing in the kitchen can sometimes
be very intense, with as many as 200
meals a day in high season, plus

. "I breakfast and a snack service, so
staying cool is of upmost impor-
tance. He also stressed the
notions of cleanliness and profes-
sionalism. The students also fol-
lowed the itinerary of products
from their delivery all the way to
Sour plates. They were then treated
to a demonstration of how to pre-
pare a main dish: Risotto Saint
The last stop was pastry making.
Wrapped in the aroma of choco-
late, the youngsters observed the
precise work of the pastry chef, who
deftly combined a scoop of ice cream
and layers of chocolate.
Hopefully this afternoon at the Sereno
will encourage some of the students in
this class to "Discover Professions" to
go into the restaurant business. In any
case, it certainly showed them the hid-
den aspects of these jobs, as difficult
as they are fascinating.
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First came Lorient, Saint Jean, and Shell Beach... next came
the beach in Corossol to be enhanced with a beautiful new
ceramic sign. The idea for these signs was proposed by
artist Veronique Vander Noot, and financed by Collectivity
as a means to showcase the natural heritage of each beach
on the island and provide visual information for tourists.
Eleven signs-Flamands, Shell Beach, Gouverneur, two in
Saint Jean, Saline, two in Lorient, Colombier, Corossol, and
Grand Fond-are already completed, and five more-
Grand Cul de Sac, Petit Cul de Sac, Toiny, Public, and Anse
des Cayes-will be put in place shortly. Each comprises the
view seen from the beach, as well as an element that defines
the individual beach represented by the sign.
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For sale, 4 parcels: This
group of 3 villas made up of
1, 2 and 3 bedrooms, each
with its own renovation per-
mit, together with a piece of
land with an ocean view and
a permit to build a 2 bed-
room villa, is situated in a
lovely area of Vitet and can
also be sold separately;
St. Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For sale, this property is set
high on the quiet hillside of
Toiny with beautiful views
to the east of St Barth. It
offers two independent liv-
ing spaces of one and two
bedrooms. The lower level
can be rented weekly and
the upper level yearly. There
is excellent potential for ren-
ovation in order to make this
into one single residence;
St. Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty: 0590 29 75 05

Enhance your knowledge of
French while enjoying your
stay in Saint-Barth. Lyne, a
French biographer and jour-
nalist, will help you master
French. Lyne at 05 90 29 38
11 or 06 90 53 17 23.

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Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1766-9278
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e-mail: stbarthweekly@wanadoo.fr www.stbarthweekly.com
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Translation : Ellen Lampert Greaux, Photographe: Rosemond Greaux
Impression : Daily Herald

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Rapid Explorer
Airlines company Winair
St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines
Taxis Gustavia
St Bar N .'.. (Bus Service)
Town Hall
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Water system
Post office Gustavia
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