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Economic controls aimed at fairness and the public good to continue

By   /  January 18, 2021  /  Business, Economy, Government, Local News  /  Comments Off on Economic controls aimed at fairness and the public good to continue

POND ISLAND — The Ministry of TEATT announced recently that it would step up general controls to ensure that businesses are adhering to St. Maarten’s economic rules and regulations. Many of these controls are in response to public complaints received for various infractions. TEATT has diligently worked to restore economic activities during the crisis, but […]

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Richardson: Remain Vigilant. It’s Your Personal Responsibility to Be Prepared this Hurricane Season!

By   /  September 4, 2020  /  Public Service Announcements, Weather  /  Comments Off on Richardson: Remain Vigilant. It’s Your Personal Responsibility to Be Prepared this Hurricane Season!

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – Fire Chief and National Disaster Coordinator Clive Richardson, is once again appealing to the community of Sint Maarten to be prepared as the country is now in the peak period of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. Continue to remain vigilant and monitor daily weather reports from the Meteorological Department […]

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Ministerial Decree Extended for Businesses with Adjustments to Restaurant Closing Hours

By   /  September 1, 2020  /  Business, Hospitality, Local News  /  Comments Off on Ministerial Decree Extended for Businesses with Adjustments to Restaurant Closing Hours

PHILIPSBURG — The Minister of TEATT Ludmila de Weever has taken the decision, after discussion with the Council of Ministers, for commercial premises with licenses for clubs, adult entertainment, discotheques, bars, and lounges, such as cigar lounges to remain closed until September 15, 2020. This decision was not taken lightly, especially after consulting with various […]

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All residents must be off the roads by 12pm

By   /  July 29, 2020  /  Business, Government  /  Comments Off on All residents must be off the roads by 12pm

Hurricane Update 1- St. Maarten All residents must be off the roads by 12pm today. Businesses, already opened, are advised to be closed at 11am for safety of employees. Businesses, not yet open, are not obligated to do so. Military assistance granted for extra protection. (Source: Govt of St. Maarten) Latest weather update: https://news.sx/weather/tropical-storm-warning-remains-in-effect-for-st-maarten/

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Coastal residents & businesses: Have plans in place for the Hurricane Season for potential flooding

By   /  July 21, 2020  /  Bulletin Board Notices, Weather  /  Comments Off on Coastal residents & businesses: Have plans in place for the Hurricane Season for potential flooding

PHILIPSBURG — With the peak of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season approximately three weeks away, coastal residents living near beaches as well as businesses that are located along coastal areas, are advised to have plans in place for possible storm surge inundation in the event of a passing hurricane along the south coasts of the […]

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