Title: St Barth weekly
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Title: St Barth weekly
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Language: English
Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: January 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
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What will change for residents of
Saint Barth in 2008? That's what
we inquired of Bruno Magras,
president of the COM
of Saint Barth6lemy

Saint Barth Weekly: Bonjour Mister
Magras. Can you indicate what will
change in the lives of residents
under the COM in 2008?
Bruno Magras: You know, without
doubt, that the decrees relative to the
transfer of authority for the two
COM's of Saint Martin and Saint
Barth were issued on December 26,
2007. That means we will progressive-
ly assume all the responsibilities
accorded to us by the law. But rest
assured, other than a few fans of
singer Jacques Dutronc, who are afraid
to put their hands in their pockets,
most people will not experience any
big shocks, even with the application
of new taxes.

What will happen in terms
of new taxes?
Residents will continue to pay what
they pay already, such as import
duties, which have increased from 4%
to 5%, tax on electricity, which has
decreased from 12% to 10%, tax on
fuel, etc. Three new taxes have been
applied: tax on cars (vignette: see
description) in circulation on the
routes; an annual tax on all businesses,
which ranges from a base of 300 euros
plus 100 euros per employee, with a
ceiling of 5,000 euros; and finally an
occupancy tax paid by tourists who
stay in hotels or rental villas. Yet, to be
clear, one must also list in contrast
what the residents would have to pay
if subject to all French taxes, which
they do not have to pay. I'm talking
about wealth tax, income tax, business
tax, inheritance tax, capital gains tax,
real estate tax, professional tax, and
that's not all.

And what about urban development?
Henceforth, the COM will be in
charge of building permits. After the
dossiers have been studied by the serv-
ices of the COM, the executive coun-
cil will make the decision to accept or

Bruno Magras has announced
the signature of new agreements
with services in France
and in Guadeloupe.
refuse a permit. I requested that as to
avoid too much pressure or risk of sus-
picion for any one elected official.
That said, the territorial council will
create a new map for urban develop-
ment to determine which zones are
open for building, and rules that will
apply in those zones. By consequence,
while waiting for these new docu-
ments, certain decisions will be

How is the transfer
of authority going?
Everything is happening as expected.
While waiting .-\ici lii!i, to be defi-
nite and complete, certain national
services will continue to work on
behalf of the COM-for example, reg-
istration of automobiles. Last Tuesday,
I met the regional director of the cus-
toms office and we signed an agree-
ment. As the advent of the COM
revoked certain laws, such as the
authorization for customs officials to
collect the tax on fuel, or to control
import duties, we have to rewrite the
rules of the game. On the other hand,
we are planning to evaluate the staff
and their training so that the agents
of the COM are as well qualified as
possible. On January 15, the fiscal
services director and one of his close
associates are expected in Saint
Barth. That is another area where we
have to sign a new agreement for the
control and collection of the budget

for the COM. It is important that
neutral agents handle these controls,
from outside the COM.

What else?
In terms of social welfare and educa-
tion, to avoid an interruption in the
services managed currently by the
Department (Guadeloupe) as far as
social programs are concerned, I wrote
to the president of the Conseil
G6ndral, Jacques Gillot, to ask him to
sign an agreement with the COM,
while waiting until our service is
organized, which should be sooner
than later. Lastly, 2008 will see the
adoption of our own environmental
code, as well as decisions about taxis
and public transportation, the local
matriculation of boats, and most cer-
tainly the transfer of authority for the
fire service.

As OF JANUARY 1, 2008
One of the new taxes applied by the
COM of Saint Barth6lemy is an
annual tax on all vehicles, from
scooters to trucks, which went into
effect on January 1, 2008. Proof of
payment of the tax is a vignette, or
sticker, placed on the windshield of
the car.
The tax is based on the size and hor-
sepower of the vehicle; vignettes can
be obtained at the treasury of the
COM, the territorial police or the
civil services office at the Hotel de la
Collectivit6 in Gustavia upon pre-
sentation of the vehicle's registration
card (carte grise) and proof of insu-
rance. All vehicles must have a
vignette by March 31, 2008 at the
latest. Lack of a
vignette after
that date
is sub-
ject to a
fine in
amount ooooso96
asthe "s:
5 the color of the
every year.

St Barth Weekly n0134


350 Boats In Gustavia On December 31

aint Berth confirmed
its reputation as the
place to be to cele-
brate New Year's Eve for
the world's most beautiful
mega yachts and sailboats,
with 350 boats in the waters
of Gustavia on December
31, including 60 boats more
than 60 meters long.

breaking number of 66
boats arriving on December
30, both at the dock and on
moorings. But once the hol-
idays were over, 120 boats
left the port on the first two
days of January.
The mega-yachts were
among the world's largest,
with Rising Sun at 453',

cial dock for New Year's
Eve, transforming it into a
chic marina for the festivi-
According to the lists
filled out by the skippers,
there were 3,300 passen-
gers and crew members

aboard the 350 boats in
Gustavia. In addition,
there were an additional
400 passengers that disem-
barked from cruise ships
and another 200 on the fer-
ry boats from Saint Martin
on December 31.

Carnival 2008
Carnival rehearsal takes place every Sunday afternoon in
the streets of Gustavia until Mardi Gras on February 5,
with a different theme for the costumes every week-from
newspaper to black and gold by way of p.i.l i.i.\ and black
and red. The best viewing spot is in front of La Cantina
around 7nm.

1 ne ena oj tne year was once mariea oy a
at the main dock for the New Year's festivities.

This number has not
increased since 2006 and
for good reason. "We are at
saturation," explains Bruno
Gr6aux, director of the Port
of Gustavia, who has sighed
with relief that the holiday
crush is now behind him
and his staff. The 10 mem-
bers of the port staff were
all on duty during this peri-
od, "with strict instructions
not to get sick," adds
Gr6aux with a smile. An
average of 50 boats arrived
per day between December
26 and 31, with the record-

Octopus at 414', Limitless
at 315', and Princess Mari-
na at 262'. A total of 20
yachts longer than 196'
were cleared for entry into
the harbor by the port staff
during the last few days of
2007. Most of these colos-
sal vessels are obliged to
stay in the outer harbor, as
the berths at the dock are
limited to boats no longer
than 196'. Yet certain
mega yachts-such as
Princess Marina-and a
few smaller ones, were
anchored at the commer-

Carnival Themes 2008
Sunday, January 13: Newspaper
Sunday, January 20: 1970s
Sunday, January 27: Black and Gold
Sunday, February 3: Back and Red
Monday, February 4: parade in p.i'i..i'h. I
Tuesday, February 5: Mardi Gras parade
Wednesday, February 6: Burning of Vaval (black and white)
Monday, February 25 : Middle of Lent (black and red)


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ack in the 1980's one
of the best places to
get watches and jew-
elry in Saint Barth was a
small store in the Villa Cre-
ole called Kornerupine,
which sold Bi!cliliiig when
they were the Ii 'iici watch
to own. Launched by
Dominique Elie, a French
jeweler and gemologist, the
store opened in 1983 and
was followed in 1991 by
Elie's second store, Dia-
mond Genesis in Gustavia.
"Both stores existed for
three years," he explains.
Today, there is just Dia-
mond Genesis, one of the
leading jewelers on the
island, where one finds a
wide collection from exqui-

site pieces by Van Cleef and "must-have" for everyone
Arpel to watches by who loves our island." The
Philippe Patek, Jaeger cutouts of the island repre-
LeCoultre, and Chanel. sented a change from the
Ten years ago, Elie created thin island shapes people
the Saint Barth medallion, a were making until then.
circle of gold with a cutout "The medallions were
shape of the island mnre beautiful,
in the middle more to my
This has taste," says
become one of Elie, whose
the "official" creation has
emblems for since been

Saint Barth. "It
was originally
designed as a pen-
dant to wear on a chain as a
necklace, then we started
putting them on narrow
cords as a bracelet," Elie
notes. "This simple yet ele-
gant design has become a

copied by
many in different
iLetals and sizes.
The second version of the
gold medallions feature
pav6 diamonds. They
come in various sizes,
from one-half inch to two
inches across. "These are

of higher quality and even
more beautiful," says Elie.
"And even more inaccessi-
ble, like the island." The
newest addition to the
family a belt buckle in
sterling silver, with the
same simple design based
on the original medallion.
Fond of diamonds, Elie
admits to a fondness for
all precious stones. "Each
one is beautiful," he says.
And trained as a jeweler
who knows how to set
stones, Elie still makes
one-of-a-kind pieces that
can be seen at Diamond
Genesis when you stop in
to get your medallion of
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Optimism At The EDF Electric Plant
A surprise at the end of 2007: less energy
consumption and a demand no higher than 2006
If there was concern at the local came by boat from R iiciil.mi were
electric plant before the holidays installed at the electric plant in a
that certain clients might be left secured location. While the genera-
in the dark, there is no such worry tors were en route, work was done to
today. In fact, according to Pascal prepare for their installation, and four
Brother, the head of the service, there Aggreko technicians were here to
are two reasons for this. First, the facilitate the process.
generators added in December helped But it must be noted that these gener-
furnish all of the power needed for actors are not a means to increase pro-
the holidays in Saint Barth, and at the duction, even if they were used as
highest point-when the most power such during the holidays. Rather, in
is uIcId--lic demand was no higher 2008, their use will allow the existing
than in 2006. The ceiling was 18.1 they need already? This was true generators to be repaired, which can
rc g..i .IIN on December 27. And even -i 1 ',ughi ul the year, when an expected take from one to 12 weeks. Even so,
1;lcieri from December 1-31, 2007, the 8% increase was actually only 2%. all of these measures simply allow the
overall use of electricity decreased by A motor than came from Marie- hard-working crew at the EDF to pro-
2% compared to last year. How is this Galante had suddenly stopped work- vide enough power for the island in
possible if the total megawatts contin- ing and it was critical that it be the short term, according to Rother. As
ue to increase? Perhaps fewer tourists replaced before the holidays. On for the long-term a solution must be
on the island; the Christopher and November 13, 2007, EDF Saint Barth found to provide enough electricity for
Saint Barth Beach Hotel are closed; signed an agreement with Aggreko the development of the isalnd, and for
fewer purchases of new electrical International and on December 19, now, we are still in the dark as to the
appliances as most houses have all five new one-megawatt generators that answer.

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24th Annual Season, January 11-23, 2008

St Barth Music Festival

Q Friday, January 11. 2008 8pm, Catholic Church, Gustavia, 35$
Chamber Music with Miro Quartet: Debussy, Takemitsu, Beethoven

0 Saturday, January 12. 2008 7pm, Zion Garden, Saline, Free
St Barth Harmony student recital, Rock and Roll concert with NYCO, Ted Atkatz and guitarist Makana
Q Tuesday. January 15. 2008 8pm, Catholic Church, Gustavia, 35$
Chamber Music with "Wind Quintet", by Neilsen and the "Octet" by Mendelssohn
Q Wednesday ..anuarv 16. 2008 8pm, Catholic Church, Lorient, $50
Opera evening: Puccini's Girl Of The Golden West, Maestro Steven Mercurio
Q Thursday. January 17. 2008 8pm, Catholic Church, Gustavia, $35
Concertos by Bach and Mozart for oboe and piano, and Gounod's Petite Symphony
Q Friday. January 18. 2008 8pm, Catholic Church, Lorient, $50
Orchestra concert with Maestro Alexander Klein Works by Glinka (Russlan and Ludmilla overture),
MacClean violin concerto, Brahms double concerto, violin & cello, and Audy-Rowland (original composition)
O Sunday. .anuarv 20. 2008 7pm Eddy's restaurant, $100
"ALWAYS AT EDDY'S" Benefit Dinner, featuring star performers of the Festival
Q Monday, January 21. 2008 8pm, Anglican Church, Gustavia, $35
A Night of Song: Jane Thomgren, soprano; David Small, baritone; John Novacek, piano; and the St. Barth
Chorale des Bons Choeurs with music director Charles Darden
Q Tuesday. .anuary 22. 2008 8pm Catholic Church, Gustavia, $35
Piano recital with John Novacek, with music by Beethoven, Schumann, Messiaen, Liszt

J Wednesday. January 23. 2008 2 concerts: 7pm and 9:30pm Catholic Church, Gustavia, $35
JAZZ NIGHT with The John Ellis Quintet from New Orleans
Tickets are also available at the door to the concert every evening. No reserved seating.


24th Annual St Rarth Musir Festival .anuarv 11-21. 2008

Sixty Musicians With A Singular Passion

By what stroke of
magic has our
island been lucky
enough to have ten days of
incredible classical music,
and to have it repeat year
after year without fail, for
the last 24 years? Perhaps
the secret lies in the quali-
ty of the musicians, all
accomplished soloists,
magically united as part of
the big family of the St.
Barth Music Festival. A
family whose members are
dispersed around the
world, but who answer the
call of Frances Debroff,
co-founder and director of
the festival, as well as a
violin player. For this 24th
edition of the festival, 60
musicians arrive from the
US-including Hawaii-
France, Germany, Italy,
Canada and Brazil... Most
of them know each other,
and enjoy playing togeth-
er, at the best level there
For Wednesday's opera
evening, the festival wel-
comes maestro Steven
Mercurio, who has con-
ducted more than 45
operas around the globe,
as well as world-class
orchestras such as the
London Philharmonia or
the Vienna Symphony
Orchestra. On Wednesday
he conducts Puccini's
"Girl of the Golden West,"
an opera which premiered
at the Metropolitan Opera
in New York City in 1910.
Eleven singers and 40
musicians will share the
small "stage" at the
Catholic Church in Lori-
ent, with very little
rehearsal time, yet with a
lot of motivation and zeal.
Among the musicians are


Tim Cobb (right).. rui jns i',J7. 'r '/' -I'r I.. .
the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York City.

Tim Cobb, principal dou-
ble bassist with the Metro-
politan Opera Orchestra,
Robert Langevin, principal
flute with the New York
Philharmonic, Stefano
Canuti, star bassoon play-
er, and Alex Klein, virtu-
oso oboe player, and a
favorite of Daniel Baren-
boim at the Chicago Sym-
What is surprising is that
these artists, some of
whom are paid as much as
$25,000 for a single per-
formance in the real
world, play here for a fee
that is simply symbolic.
And thanks to the work of
an 11-member volunteer
committee (and especially

Ingrid Lehner), housing
was found for every artist,
often in the home of a resi-
dent who enjoys sharing in
this cultural event.
The first concert, on Janu-

ary 11, features the Miro
Quartet-one of the best
string quartets in the
world-with music by
Debussy, Takemitsu, and
Beethoven at the Catholic
Church in Gustavia.
On Saturday, entry is free
to Zion Garden in Saline
for a recital by the best
students of the Suzuki
school, Saint-Barth Har-
mony, followed by a rock
concert by NYCO, with
guest artist Makana, a 27
year-old Hawaiian gui-
tarist, in his first appear-
ance in Saint Barth.
A double jazz concert
closes the festival on Janu-
ary 23, with the John Ellis
Jazz Quintet from New
Other than the opera, jazz,
and an orchestral concert
at 35 euros per person, the
other concerts are just 25
euros. A reasonable price
to pay, insists Frances
Debroff, to hear artists you
usually have to pay at least
$60 to hear.... And from
the back of a large concert

Complete program
for the music festival
on page 7

rehearsal before an opera

St Barth Weekly n0134

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Where to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I

Special Events
I Sunday January 13
- Pre Carnival parades:
Sunday afternoons
at sunset in the streets
of Gustavia
I January 11-23
St Barth Music Festival
Program page 07

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Evan Goodrow,
soul-singing, blues guitar
playing powerhouse, from
9:00 pm to midnight, Bet'a
Z'ailes, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- PapaGuyo and Friends,
Live Music, at La Plage,
St Jean
I From Monday to Saturday
- Isabelle Blanc, on the piano


Themes 2008
I Sunday January 13
I Sunday January 20
I Sunday January 27
Black and Gold
I Sunday February 3
Back and Red
I Monday February 4
Parade in pajamas
I Tuesday February 5
Mardi Gras parade
I Wednesday February 6
Burning of Vaval
(black and white)
I Monday February 25
Middle of Lent
(black and red)

starting at 7:30pm, Ga'ac
restaurant, H6tel le Toiny
) From Sunday to
- St6phane Cano, sunset live
music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
I From thursday to Saturday
- Christine Gordon, sunset
live music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia

Let's Party
I Monday
- Marrakesh Party, with
Oriental Dancers, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Wednesday
- From 60's to the 80's, Funny
& Sexy spectacle with glam-
ourous dancers, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
P Thursday
- Angels party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
P Saturday
- DJ Guillaume Mas
at Le Cesar, St Jean
P Sunday
- Brunch at Manapany, Mix
music, from noon to 3:00 pm

Fashion Show
) Everyday
- 1:30- 2 pm, Case de l'le,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion
show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
P Every Tuesday
- 6:30 pm, H6tel Isle de
France Boutique, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show
by Carole G, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou

Night Club
) Every night
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Monday

- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
I Tuesday
- Caribbean Influence, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
-Pink Party, dress code white
& pink, Casa Nikki, Gustavia
I Wednesday
- We never know Evening,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Thursday
- Pure House Evening, Yacht
Club, Gustavia

I Jean-Charles Merle, painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Through January 15
Andrew Wellman, painting
Pop Art Style at The House
I Through January 2
Group Show to b.art Gallery,
I Through february 28, 2008
Richard Prince Previews New
Paintings at Eden Rock Hotel
I Art Galleries
- Carole G. Art Gallery,
- To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
- Pipiri Boutique, art gallery,
- Sandra's Art Gallery,
Sandra's Art Gallery,
above Time Jewelry,
Gustavia. Exhibition of
acrylic paints.

I Permanent exhibits
- Elisabeth Moritz, les
Artisans, Gustavia Paints
with Leaves Silver
- Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia

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- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Didier Spidler, Gustavia
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
- Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia

St Barth Weekly n0134

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Bruno Magras, artist Richard Prince, and David Matthews
at the Eden Rock Art Gallery

Richard Balzano and Barry Brown, New York
real estate agents, on vacation in Saint Barth

Journalist George Gurley on assignment
in Saint Barth for Vanity Fair.

The first week of Carnival practice in the streets of Gustavia.


Sandra at the opening of her art gallery in Gustavia

Artist Hilene Donadieu at
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St Barth Weekly n0134

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Scattered Clouds
High: 82 F /27 C.
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reasoning and logic. It's fun. It's challenging. It's addic-
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every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9."That's all
there is to it.

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tion, St Barts rentals are
still available for Christmas
and New Year's Eve. Call
now +590 (0) 590 511 854
or +590 (0) 690 710 605 or
email at
info@ missimmo.com

Real Estate
For sale, a recently refurbi-
shed and refurnished 2
bedroom villa with pool
situated on the hillside of
Flamand but within walk
distance from the beach.
Contact St. Barth
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, a lovely two
bedroom villa with pool
situated on the hillside of
Corossol. Newly built with
high standing materials in a
contemporary style. Not to
be missed. Contact St.
Barth Property/Sothebyis
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, this two bedroom

Lovely two bedroom villa, including
kitchen, living room, two baths,
plunge pool and garage in a nice
modern decor. Large dec with a sofa
area in order to enjoy the morning
and afternoon sun. Price: 795 000e
Beautiful parcel of land located high
on the hillside overlooking Petit and
Grand Cul de Sac on about half an
acre with a 180 degree ocean view.
It is offered for sale with a building
permit for a two or three bedroom
villa with a pool. Price: 2 900 000 e
Tel. : 05 90 29 88 91
villa with pool, situated on
the hillside of Lurin with
beautiful ,'utill'.-' c views
over St Jean and the entire
west end of St Barth. The
villa is within just a few
minutes drive to
Gouverneur Beach,
Gustavia Harbor and St
Jean Beach. Contact St.
Barth Property/ s.lilcii)
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05 St. Barth Dream
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Please mail, or drop off this form, with your payment

to the St Barth Weekly office at Les Mangliers

(near La Poste) in Saint-Jean before 2:00pm

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Dream location for this lovely three-bedroom villa
just steps from the beach in Saint Jean.
Contemporary furniture, finely appointed, with views
of Saint Jean Bay, this villa has a lot to offer !
Must be seen.
Asking price: 1,690,000 euros

Land with building permit and beautiful view.
Contact us for price.

with three independent villas,
located in the residential neighborhood of Pointe Milou.
Asking price: 3,500,000 euros

For additional information:
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EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post Gustavia
Marine Reserve
church Sunday 8:30am Gustavi
church Sunday 9am.
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SAgence Immobiliere- Real Estate

Various apartments available from studio
to 2 bedrooms.

Building land

Recently built 2 bedroom villa. Good rental
history. Extension possible. Rdf. DVW 51

Charm and sobriety for this property with
two independent buildings.
Pool and Ocean view. R6f. ID 67

OVER 3.000.000 EUROS
Quiet and breezy, this property offers
two independent villas with pool and fantastic
ocean view. Very private. Rdf. DV 56

info@missimmo.com www.missimmo.com
Rue Jeanne d'Arc Gustavia
BP 475 97097 Saint Barthelemy Cedex
office : +590 (0) 590 511 854 Fax : +590 (0) 590 510 073

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