Press Releases

2017-07-13 Speeches, meetings / Agenda / Debates
Report of the Executive Board and invitation to the Territorial Council of 27-07-17

We are pleased to provide you with an appendix of the Executive Council's decisions taken at the last sessions of 05 and 12 July 2017. The next meeting of the Executive Council will take place on Wednesday, 26, July 2017. The meetings of the Executive Board will then resume after the 15 August.

The Territorial Council will meet in Plenary on Thursday 27 July 2017 to 9 hours, according to the following agenda:

1.Deliberation concerning the authorization to enter into negotiation with the Générale des Eaux de Guadeloupe
2.Deliberation concerning the authorization to enter into negotiation with the UCDEM
3.Report for opinion of the Consultative Commission of Local Public Services
4.Modification of the Marigot Bay Development Project
Divers questions
The press is cordially invited.


2017-07-07 Event
The community invites new graduates to register for the Laureates Night!

The Community of Saint-Martin is organizing the Laureates' evening on Friday 28 July 2017 at the Sandy Ground MJC. The purpose of this event is to reward students who have distinguished themselves during the end-of-year examinations.
Graduate students who wish to be included in the 2017 Laureates can register between 7 and 20 July, between 9h and 13h, at the Saint-Martin Youth and Sports Department, located rue de la Liberté (Rue de la Liberté). Poste), in the Human Development cluster, attached to the Seaside.

Documents required : Copy of the identity document, copy of the transcript.

For more information, please contact the Youth & Sports Department by contacting the 0590 29 59 14.

2017-07-06 Territorial Bank for School Works and Canteen
Canteen and extracurricular: Registration open to the Caisse Territoriale des Oeuvres Scolaires

Information note to parents

CTOS informs parents that enrollment and re-registration for school and extracurricular catering as well as the purchase of tickets for the 2017-2018 school year will be by sector from July to August 2017.
Please find enclosed forms.
For further information please contact the 0590 27 94 95 Service Manager or the 0590 27 94 98 Registration Desk.

* See below, the distribution of enrollments according to the sector of affiliation

Sector N ° 3: From Monday 17 July to Monday 31 July 2017

- Elementary Omer ARRONDELL
- Elementary Clair SAINT-Maximin
- Maternelle Jean ANSELME
- Nursery Elian CLARKE
- College Orléans

Sector N ° 2: From Tuesday 01 to Wednesday 16 August 2017

- Elementary Emile LARMONIE
- Elementary Elie Gibs
- Elementary Marie-Antoinette RICHARDS
- Nursery Ghislaine ROGERS
- Elementary Aline HANSON
- Elementary Jérôme BEAUPERE

Sector N ° 1: From Thursday 17 August to Friday 01 September 2017

- Elementary Nina DUVERLY
- Elemental Emile CHOISY
- Elementary Hervé WILLIAMS
- Elementary Marie-Amélie LEYDET
- Maternelle Siméone TROTT
- Nursery Evelina HALLEY

From Monday 04 September to Friday 31 December 2017
All sectors: Sector 1- Sector 2- Sector 3

We remind parents that no re-registration will be taken into account without regularization of the 2016-2017 delinquencies.
End of registration on Friday 29 December 2017.

************************************************** ************************
Information note to parents

The CTOS is notifying the parents of pupils that the enrollment and re-enrollment procedure of 2017-2018, will be carried out by sector, from July to August. Tickets are available for canteen meals and after-school activities.

For your convenience, find attached, commonly needed enrollment forms.
For any other relevant information, please contact the Head of Department at 0590 27.

* Below the registration breakdown by sector

Sector No. 3: Monday, 17th to Monday, July 31st, 2017

- Elementary Omer ARRONDELL
- Elementary Clair SAINT-Maximin
- Maternelle Jean ANSELME
- Nursery Elian CLARKE
- College Orléans

Sector No. 2: Tuesday 1st to Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

- Elementary Emile LARMONIE
- Elementary Elie Gibs
- Elementary Marie-Antoinette RICHARDS
- Nursery Ghislaine ROGERS
- Elementary Aline HANSON
- Elementary Jérôme BEAUPERE

Sector N ° 1: Thursday 17th to Friday, September 1st, 2017
- Elementary Nina DUVERLY
- Elemental Emile CHOISY
- Elementary Hervé WILLIAMS
- Elementary Marie-Amélie LEYDET
- Maternelle Siméone TROTT
- Nursery Evelina HALLEY

Monday, September 4th to Friday, December 31st, 2017
All sectors: Sector 1- Sector 2- Sector 3

Warning: Enrollment (s) will not be taken into consideration if pupil's 2016-2017 fee is unpayed.
Registration ends on Friday, December 29th, 2017.


2017-07-05 Neighborhood Councils
Application deadline: District Councils 2017-2020

The installation of neighborhood councils will take place in September
President Daniel Gibbs informs the population of the September programming of the installation of the new neighborhood councils. Initially scheduled for July, the facility was postponed to allow the Public Policy Evaluation Directorate to receive new applications and to complete the number of candidates that are lacking in certain districts. Candidates have until Thursday 19 August 2017 to submit their candidacy.
To apply, please contact:
• From the District Council N ° 1: Orléans area: Contact / 0590 29 47 26
• From the District Council N ° 2: Large Contact Case / 0590 29 70 88
• From the Department of Public Policy Evaluation / Local Democracy building Bougainvilliers Marigot (1er floor): Contact / 05 90 52 86 89 05 90 52 86 93
• From the Assistant to the Vice-President Mrs GUMBS Céline to the Human Pole: Contact / 05 90 29 59 10.

The registration form is available in the neighborhood councils and can be downloaded from the community website: www.com-saint-martin.fr.

List of parts to be supplied:
-Photocopy of passport or identity document
-Assessment of address (to be withdrawn from urban planning) / Proof of residence
- Attestation of the number of the elector (issued by the service of the Elections)

Note
Institutions of the community, established by the organic law of 21 February 2007 in its title 2 - Chapter IV - article Art. LO 6324-1 - the neighborhood councils have an advisory role to the territorial council.
It is the deliberative assembly that determines the name, composition and operating procedures of the neighborhood councils. The district councils are set up by the territorial executive for a duration of 5 years.
The advisory role of the neighborhood councils must be exercised before the territorial council when it deliberates on the revision or modification of the local planning plan within the perimeter of the district, on the development projects in the perimeter of the district, and The development of local amenities, whether educational, social, cultural or sporting.



The community of Saint-Martin has demarcated 6 Neighborhood Councils:

Neighborhood 1: Rising sun (orange): Griselle - Oyster-Pond - Beautiful plain - Flagstaff - Orléans - Eastern bay.
Area 2: Land of Culture (Purple): Chevrise - Cul de Sac - Mont Vernon - Grand-Case - The Savannah - Morne O'Reilly.
Area 3: Land of Hope (green): Lot La Savanna - Pic Paradis - Saint-Louis - Rambaud - Colombier - Cripple Gate -Friar's Bay.
Neighborhood 4: Land of exchange and heritage (blue): Morne-Valois - Approval - Hameau du Pont - Galisbay - La Colombe - Concordia - Spring - Mont des Accords.
Neighborhood 5: La Capitale (red): Downtown Marigot - Saint James - Rue de Hollande - Mont Fortune - Bellevue.
Neighborhood 6: Terre des Peuples (yellow): Sandy ground - Terres-Basses.

The community of Saint-Martin invites you to apply to participate in local democracy and to contribute to the functioning of these advisory bodies.

************************************************** ********************

Setting up District Councils postponed until September
President Daniel Gibbs would like to inform the General Public that the setting of our new district councils has been postponed. Originally scheduled in the month of July, the procedure will be taken in September. The notice of a deficiency of applicants in some districts gives interested persons until Thursday, August 19th, 2017 to register.



To submit your application, please contact the following:
• District Council No. 1: Orleans area at 0590 29 47 26
• District Coucil N ° 2: Large Case at 0590 29 70 88
• The Department of Public Policy Evaluation and Local Democracy - The Bougainvilliers Marigot Building (1st story) - At 05 90 52 86 89 05 90 52 86
• Assistant of VP, Mrs GUMBS Céline - Human Pole, at 05 90 29 59 10.

The application form is currently available at all District Councils and also available for download on the website of the Community: www.com-saint-martin.fr.

List of documents to provide :
-Copy of passport or ID card
-Attached address (issued at Urban Department) / Proof of residency
-Certificate of voter information (issued at Department of Election)


The Community of St. Martin defines the boundaries of 6 District Councils:

DC 1: Rising sun (orange): Griselle - Oyster-Pond - Beautiful plain - Flagstaff - Orleans - Eastern bay.
DC 2: Land of Culture (purple): Chevrise - Cul de Sac - Mount Vernon - Grand Case - The Savannah - Morne O'Reilly.
DC 3: Land of Hope (green): Lot La Savanna - Pic Paradis - Saint Louis - Rambaud - Colombier - Cripple Gate -Friar's Bay.
DC 4: Land of exchange and heritage (blue): Morne-Valois - Approval - Hamlet of the Bridge - Galisbay - La Colombe - Concordia - Spring - Mont des Accords.
DC 5: La Capitale (red): Downtown Marigot - Saint James - Rue de Hollande - Mont Fortune - Bellevue.
DC 6: Land of the Peoples (yellow): Sandy ground - Terres-Basses.

The Collectivity of Saint-Martin is encouraging you to apply in masses so that you can take part in your local democracy and bring about an operative district plan.


2017-07-03 Tribute
Exceptional closure of the services of the Community of Saint-Martin

The President of the community of Saint Martin, Mr. Daniel Gibbs, informs the public that the community services will be exceptionally closed at noon (12 hours), Wednesday 05 July 2017, due to the funeral of former President Aline Hanson . The services will re-open their doors at the usual schedules, from Thursday 06 July 2017 to 8 hours.
The community of Saint-Martin apologizes to the citizens and thanks them for their understanding.

2017-06-30 Environment and Living Environment
Reminder: Clean island operation Friendly Island- Clean Island is this weekend!

The big collective cleaning of the island takes place this weekend! President Daniel Gibbs and his team made the election promise, this major clean island operation will begin on Saturday 1er July at 7h in districts no. 1-2-3 and end on Sunday 9 July 2017 to 13h in the Neighborhoods # 4-5-6, under the slogan "St. Martin Friendly Island - Clean Island".

The goal is to carry out a major cleaning in anticipation of the hurricane season and make Saint-Martin an eco-Friendly destination. The public is invited to clean the private property while the community will continue the cleaning work on the public domain with all the people who wish to join the device. The partner companies of the community will intervene free of charge by putting dumpsters for the green waste and the bulky ones at the disposal of the residents in each district. Neighborhood associations will also assist.

At the same time, the community has launched its VHU operation for the removal of the carcass of a user vehicle entirely free of charge for all those who wish to make themselves known to the personnel of the community who will be in the field, or directly to the service in charge, Contacting the 0590 52 27 30. Removal of carcasses and bulky carcasses will be carried out during the week on request of the local residents.

President Daniel Gibbs makes a civic appeal to all our fellow citizens for an active participation in this collective cleaning program, the 1er weekend and 2 July for the 1, 2 and 3 districts (7h to 13h) and the weekend Of the 8 and 9 July for the districts 4, 5 and 6 (7h to 13h).

The Community of Saint Martin - Environment and Living Environment - invites you to use the devices that will be available to collect as much waste as possible between the 1er July and the 9 July 2017, and thank you in advance Of your involvement in respecting our environment and our living environment.

To find out where the collection bins are located, the community invites you to consult the map designed for this purpose: http://com-saint-martin.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=9ec00bd081304247a31268f1ac3e69f8










2017-06-30 General policy
General Statement - President Daniel GIBBES at the 29 CT June 2017

Ladies and gentlemen, Vice-Presidents,
Ladies and gentlemen, the territorial advisers,
Ladies and gentlemen,

It is once again a dense agenda that awaits the elected as we are this morning. 11 points are indeed on the agenda of our Assembly: provisions relating to our mixed economy company in particular, but also the vote of the administrative account 2016 or that of the supplementary budget for 2017. So important deliberations, and for some politicians, dare the word!

Concerning the budget, my reading of the local press a few days ago, allowed me to discover that my "opposition" within this Territorial Council meant to nibble on the vote of the BP last April. This one has passed the control of legality, so I will not waste our time - it is precious - by discussing useless points of law. Nevertheless, I take this opportunity to form a wish for a constructive opposition in the future, which will formulate real proposals for our territory, for the benefit of its population, rather than those sterile ebullitions which would "make the buzz" No debate.
Let ...


XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

I committed myself to the 15 last June and I would like to take this opportunity to take stock of the 3 first months of this new mandate and the work in progress.

On the administrative side, first, I wanted to make, with my teams and my elected representatives, the turn of all services. As I told you at the last Territorial Council, I discovered a government that is out of breath and that I absolutely want to upgrade and modernize for two main reasons: the well-being and therefore the efficiency of our civil servants at work. On the one hand, and the legal security of our Community on the other.

To this end, and taking advantage of retirements, two key positions will shortly be filled, that of Director General of Services and that of Human Resources Director. I repeat: it is inconceivable that the Collectivity should continue to function as a commune for a longer period, unrelated to the competencies assigned to it.

We will therefore restructure the services and perfect our administration: the organizational audit, HR and the processes that Team Gibbes announced in its electoral program is preparing. And, second good news: thanks to our partnership with the AFD, with which we are currently discussing, this audit will not cost the community a penny.

I am already making this announcement: we will draw up from the start of the school year an effective "administration" project, based on our political program, which will perfectly clarify the objectives and missions of the staff.

In addition, and because we need to prepare for the future, I would like to see an internal support and sharing mechanism in place within our administration: for example, Will be joined by an agent who will be trained to be able tomorrow, to take up duties of responsibilities.

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Sound management is also an effective tax policy. On this subject too, our majority has made strong commitments, which it intends to respect. I therefore announce that we have published a contract just a week ago for the launch of our tax audit, which will start in October. It will not only be a matter of auditing the existing one, of course, but also the drafting of a new code. Our slogans remain unchanged: we want to aim for a simple, coherent, fair and efficient taxation in its collection.
In our program as well, we announced the development of a multi-year investment program: know that on this issue, thanks to a partnership with AFD, the Community will not pay a penny to set up this necessary PPI .

Finally, as you know, we are launching an indemnity claim of 50 million euros, on all uncompensated social benefits to the Collectivité. 50 millions of euros, it is about the amount of the debt of Saint-Martin to the CAF of Guadeloupe. We will go to the end of this procedure, which must allow our Collectivity to no longer function with this sword of Damocles above the head, budget after budget.

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Our majority has placed economic development at the heart of its priorities. I am announcing that we are launching the work for the long-term tourism strategy, 2017-2027. I even meet the socio-professionals today, but I also want to seek advice from neighborhoods and the CESC. I will present our tourism strategy very officially at the beginning of the school year, before the Territorial Council.

At the same time, and in order to diversify our economy, we are also launching the work of our future economic development plan. Moreover, for the primary economy, the future Local Action Group for the agriculture of Saint-Martin is given 3 million euros of EAFRD funds up to 2020.

Moreover, our majority is committed to working on the introduction of new social clauses in public procurement. In particular, to ensure that companies responding to these contracts, guarantee the hiring of a certain percentage of Saint-Martinois long-term unemployed or in insertion for example. Please note that we are currently working on the legal arrangement of these clauses and on the search for partnerships.

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

I conclude my remarks by tackling subjects related to the living environment of Saint-Martin. A word about town planning: you know, at first I want us to keep our POS. Nevertheless, we will review it - the work begins in the days to come - because there are inconsistencies in the regulations. These changes will be implemented as early as December.

In a second step, as we committed ourselves, we will adopt a new regulatory document, which will allow us to work in the broadest possible consultation and with the greatest possible pedagogy, in order to avoid the pitfalls of the PLU proposed by the Previous majority.

Still on town planning, regarding the 50 not geometric, our services still have in their drawers some 300 files past due. This situation can not endure: I will therefore deploy human resources, to speed up the regularization procedures with greater legal certainty.

A word on the embellishment of our districts: you have seen, the Supplementary Budget that is submitted to your examination and your vote today, dedicates 300 000 euros extra compared to the BP last April to bloom and To the beautification of our neighborhoods.

At the same time, our majority undertook to make Saint-Martin cleaner and more pleasant in the first months of its mandate: I know that this concern is shared by a great many of our fellow citizens, so I would like to conclude my statement By launching a great invitation to those who want to see Saint-Martin in its best light, to participate in the good mood, to our operations of cleaning the various quarters of the island. These operations start this weekend: make it a real success!

Thank you.

2017-06-29 Waste Management
Reminder: Instructions for household waste

In order to best meet the requirements of cleanliness and respect for the environment, the Saint-Martin community has set up an efficient waste collection system:


-7 days on 7 for garbage
-5 times per week for bulky items
-3 times per week for green waste


The Community of Saint-Martin reminds the population that waste bins have been installed in the territory to allow local residents to deposit their household waste daily. It is advisable to use the bins provided for this purpose from 18 hours (at sunset), the waste being picked up every night from 19 hours (7 days on 7).
Bulky items (scrap iron, household appliances, hi-fi, mattresses, etc.) are picked up every day, except on Sundays, from 18 hours: deposit near garbage shelters (depot prohibited on sidewalks or in front of houses).
Green waste is collected 3 times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), in the morning. They must be stored in closed bags and placed near the garbage bins.

The Collective reminds craftsmen, traders and professionals that they are responsible for their waste and their evacuation. Unauthorized depots of household waste, bulky waste and green waste are prohibited by law (Article L. 541-3 of the Environmental Code).

The Galisbay-Bienvenue waste collection center is open every day, from 10h to 18h (except Sundays and public holidays). The Grandes Cayes ecosite is open from Monday to Friday from 06h00 to16h00 and Saturday from 06h00- to 12h00.

The Community of Saint Martin - Environment and Living Environment - invites people to use the facilities that are in place, and thanks you for following these guidelines while respecting the living environment of our fellow citizens.

2017-06-21 Containers
Note to the users of the DÃ © cheterie Welcome

Thursday 29 and Friday 30 June 2017: La Déchèterie will be open from 10h to 16h, from Monday to Friday.

Resumption of the usual schedules: Monday 03 July 2017

Exceptional closing: Friday 14 July for the national holiday and Friday 21 July for the feast of V. Schoelcher.

The Galisbay-Bienvenue waste collection office thanks you for your understanding.

2017-06-19 Environment and Living Environment
Free pick-up of abandoned vehicle carcasses on public roads!

As part of the clean-up campaign for "Friendly Island - Clean Island", launched by President Daniel Gibbs and his team, 01 and 02 July and 8 weekends and 9 July 2017, the community of Saint -Martin - Environment and Living Environment Department - proposes a free operation to remove carcasses from vehicles. This operation will continue beyond the collective cleaning campaign.
A free pick-up of all the wrecks is offered to the owners who want to get rid of an end-of-life vehicle. Removal of abandoned carcasses contributes to the development of our landscapes and makes it possible to effectively combat the viruses transmitted by mosquitoes, destroying larval habitats.
If you need to dispose of one or more vehicles, a phone number is available: 05 90 52 27 30 - Environment Directorate and the living environment / living environment service.
The Community of Saint-Martin invites you to participate actively in this campaign of public utility.



***************


Free removal of cars from public roads

The newly launched campaign "Friendly Island - Clean Island: Our Duty of Solidarity!" Is an initiative of President Daniel Gibbs and his team, in partnership with the Environmental Department of the Community of St. Martin. No charge, in efforts to enhance the environmental health and beautification of our island.
A free and full scale removal of all car wreckage is offered to car owners wanting to get rid of obstruction. The eradication of these virulence viruses as we purpose to eliminate breeding sites.
Please note that the Community will only provide free towing services to the public. Exceptionally, during the cleaning campaign it will be possible to remove abandoned cars from private domain.
If you wish to have one or more vehicles, contact the Department of Environment and Livelihoods at 0590 52 27 30.
The Collectivity of Saint-Martin strongly encourages its population to take an active part in this campaign of public utility.

Page 1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29   30   31   32   33   34   35   
GTranslate Your license is inactive or expired, please subscribe again!