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Second, under cloak of secrecy, ...
Second, under cloak of secrecy, V.I. Attorney General Iver Stridiron signed a new, and binding, pact with Southland in March 2003.
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Feb. 5: The government moves to nullify contract for video gambling machines; Attorney General Iver Stridiron prepares court action to invalidate deal with Southland Gaming and be granted authority to remove machines on St. Thomas.
...March 23: Attorney General Iver Stridiron announces that video gambling lawsuits are settled and that the court ordered the records sealed.
March 24: Territorial Judge Ive Swan blasts Stridiron for saying that he
had approved the video gambling settlement and ordered it sealed.
The authority already employs an ...
The authority already employs an attorney, former V.I. Attorney General Iver Stridiron, but board members and staff contacted by The Daily News over the weekend did not disclose Stridiron's salary. - A $150,000 contract to Pacific Municipal Consultants public relations firm in California to make two 15-minute documentaries that provide an overview of Waste Management Authority services, two 60-second TV commercials and two 30-second commercials to inform the public about the environmental user fee. - $164,560 for eight new Chevrolet 4-by-4 trucks - six for compliance officers to use and two for the engineering division. - A three-day, $28,000 training retreat at Elysian Beach Resort for Waste Management board members in January 2005. - A $75,000 one-year renewable contract to Global Tech to design, install and maintain a Waste Management website. - $803,943 to NJR Consulting Group to develop an environmental user fee study. - Nearly $1.5 million to remodel a former supermarket in EstatWilliam's Delight, St. Croix, for a new headquarters, including $100,000 for communications technology and $500,000 for furniture. - $30,000 per month for six months for removing trash from St. Thomas roadsides.
"I shudder to think what will ...
"I shudder to think what will happen in the near term if we lose Charles Bornman," said Iver Stridiron, Waste Management's lawyer and former V.I. Attorney General.
is valuable to us and valuable to the territory," Stridiron
said of the authority's engineering director, who currently draws a salary of $78,500 a year, according to the authority's annual budget report.
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Although Waste Management already retains former V.I. Attorney General Iver Stridiron as legal counsel, he "could be placed at times at a conflicting position between advising the administration of the authority and advising the board," Morisette said.