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The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 1er April 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. COLLECTIVITY OF SAINT-MARTIN
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, on Wednesday 2 April 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF TUESDAY 1er APRIL 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 1er April 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. The seven elected members of the executive have adopted several deliberations from the Solidarity and Families, Economic Development, Human Development, and General Services Divisions. Ms. Maud Gibbs-Ascent, from the TDG opposition group, joined the Executive Board in place of Mr. Christophe Hénocq.
General Directorate of Services
1) - Land acquisition, rue de Hollande, Mont Vernon and Marigot
The Executive Council authorized the acquisition of several parcels; Two of these plots (BO 304 and BO 578) are located rue de Hollande in Marigot. Of an area of 385m2, their acquisition is intended for the widening of the street of Holland. The Domains evaluated the price of these parcels (UA zone of the POS), the cost of this acquisition and the costs of acts will be charged to the 2014 budget of the Collectivity.
The Executive Council also expressed its support for the acquisition of BD 716 (UGa area of POS) with an area of 12 151m2, located in Mont Vernon. The Domains have evaluated the price of this parcel, its purchase will be charged to the budget of the Collectivity.
The Council decided on the last two plots (BL 226 and BL 227) located in Marigot, with an area of 1577m2 (in the UA zone of the POS). The Domains have evaluated the price of these plots and their cost will be charged to the Community budget. The acquisition of these 5 plots was voted unanimously by the advisors.
Pole Solidarity and Families
2) - Support for miscellaneous expenses - Social assistance
The Executive Council decided to pay the bills of Pompes Funèbres to pay for the funeral of a deceased person in a struggling family in the Quartier d'Orléans. An expenditure that is charged to the Community budget.
3) - Support for high school students eligible for Sciences Po - Session 2014
Under the partnership agreement between the Collectivité and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris, high school students were able to take part in the selection tests for this prestigious institution. Six high school students from St Martin must go to Paris to pass the admission interview on 18 April 2014. The Executive Council voted to seek the assistance of ADOM (which, according to the family quotient, will bear the costs of transport) and to pay the supplement that constitutes the financial contribution of the pupils and to take charge The accommodation of candidates and the travel and accommodation expenses of their accompanying person.
4) - Scholarship Award for the 2013-2014 Academic Year - 3e Ventilation
The Collectivité awards scholarships on social criteria each year to students pursuing higher education outside the territory. In this respect, the Executive Board allocated the sum of 16 950 euros, distributed among nine students, each of whom received a scholarship oscillating between 1300 and 3000 euros.
5) - Signature of an agreement with the RSMA
The Community of St. Martin makes young people a priority target of public policies that it implements in the fight against social and professional exclusion. Agreements are signed with various partners to find ways of training and vocational guidance for these unemployed young people; The RSMA (Military Service Regiment Adapted) is a privileged partner because it offers multiple training opportunities. It was originally planned to set up an RSMA barracks in St Martin, but after reflection, the idea of a partnership agreement with the RSMA in Guadeloupe proved to be more efficient and quicker to operate.
The Executive Council authorized the Human Development Center to sign a partnership agreement with the RSMA of Guadeloupe on behalf of the Saint Martin Community. This convention, called "Objectif 100", will make it possible to reserve 100 places per year for young Saint-Martin.
6) - Support for moving athletes
As part of the UNSS championship, the students of St Martin participate in the meetings against the other colleges of Guadeloupe. The teams of the colleges of Quartier d'Orléans and Soualiga have qualified for the academic finals in Basket Ball and Volley Ball and have to go to Guadeloupe to represent St Martin. As such, the Executive Council unanimously decided to finance 10 round-trip airfare to Guadeloupe.
The Executive Board also voted unanimously to take over a plane ticket for Trinidad from 25 to 27 April 2014 in favor of a promising young man from Sandy Ground To a BMX competition.
7) - Grant to the Nature Valley Colombier Association
The association Nature Valley Colombier requested the help of the Collectivité as part of an event organized in partnership with M & M Productions. It is a matter of bringing to St. Martin the king of the calypso Mighty Sparrow.
The Executive Board decided to grant financial assistance to support this event, which is intended to create a festive activity for the elderly.
Voted with 3 votes for / 2 votes against / 1 abstained
8) - Exceptional support for travel expenses
The Executive Council decided to take over the return ticket to the United States from a young local motocross champion (3 times St. Martin champion) so that he could compete in Philadelphia in Pennsylvania.
9) - Partnership Agreement with "St Martin Initiative"
The Executive Council voted to authorize the President of the Territorial Council to sign a three-year partnership agreement between the Community of St Martin and the local initiative platform "Initiative St Martin" and granting the platform an annual grant to contribute The co-financing of its operation, the co-financing of the setting up and running of the sponsor / creator network, and the support of the voluntary sector. Expenditure that will be charged to the Community budget. A deliberation voted unanimously by the advisers.
10) - Allocation of aid to enterprises and grants to associations in the economic sector
The Executive Council voted to grant aid to companies in the form of equipment grants, divided into three companies. A Creole restaurant in Quartier d'Orléans wishing to make new amenities, a car garage in Quartier d'Orléans wishing to invest in modern equipment and a restaurant and guest rooms in Grand Case were helped by the Community.
Grants were also awarded to two associations in the economic sector. For example, the ACM (Marigot Traders Association), which wishes to organize annual events (Jeudis marinas, Fridays Seafront, Braderie, Christmas Folies, etc.), and the association Métimer, which organizes events Around the sea trades, have been subsidized.
The aggregate amount of aid to enterprises and grants to these two associations will be charged to the 2014 budget of the Community. A deliberation voted unanimously by the advisers.
11) - Road Authorization
The Executive Council decided on several applications for allocation of land in the public domain. Thus, out of twenty-three requests made mainly by street vendors, eleven received a favorable opinion from the Executive Board. The other 12s were refused or postponed. The seven councilors followed this deliberation.
The Executive Council of the Community of St. Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 18 March 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, on Friday 21 March 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TUESDAY 18 MARS 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of St. Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 18 March 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint Martin. The elected representatives adopted a deliberation on the launching of the declaration of public utility (DUP) for the acquisition of the plots AV 61 and AV 62 in Cul de Sac and examined several land use applications.
1) - Launch of the declaration of public utility (DUP) for the acquisition of the plots AV 61 and AV 62 in Cul de Sac
The former commune of Saint-Martin has built two works at Cul de Sac, a school and a lifting station; On this occasion, it encroached on two cadastral parcels (AV61 of 1690m2 classified in UG and AV62 of 3810m2 classified in ND), belonging to private owners. In 2006, the commune of St Martin was summoned for "route of facts" by the owners of the two parcels, before the Court of Grande Instance of Basse-Terre. Since that date, both parties have attempted to resolve the case amicably, but the claims of the private parties have always been exorbitant in relation to the damage suffered; In return for a symbolic assignment of the emptied parcels to the euro, the owner family requested a natural zone (ND) decommissioning in a building-type hotel zone (UTb) of the parcel AT 396 with an area of 1.4 hectare.
In response to this situation, the Directorate General of Community Services has proposed to the Executive Council to issue a declaration of public convenience and to refer the matter to the Prefect in order to initiate an investigation to establish the public interest Project, as well as a piecemeal survey.
The Executive Council approved the principle of acquisition by expropriation of the rights of way necessary for the maintenance of the school and the lifting station of Cul de Sac. It also approved the perimeter of the declaration of public convenience and authorized the President to solicit the Prefect for the initiation of a public interest preliminary investigation and a parcel survey.
The appropriations necessary for this operation are entered in the budget of the Community. A deliberation unanimously adopted.
2) - Review of applications for land use or occupation
The Executive Council considered several applications for land use or occupation. Thus, out of eleven requests made by individuals or companies, six were declared favorable because they comply with the provisions of the Land Use Plan. These six favorable requests were approved unanimously by the advisers.
Le Conseil Exécutif de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin s’est réuni en séance plénière le mardi 11 mars 2014 à 15h, sous la présidence d’Aline Hanson, Présidente du Conseil territorial de Saint-Martin. CABINET DE LA PRESIDENTE
Marigot, lundi 17 mars 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TUESDAY 11 MARS 2014
Le Conseil Exécutif de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin s’est réuni en séance plénière le mardi 11 mars 2014 à 15h, sous la présidence d’Aline Hanson, Présidente du Conseil territorial de Saint-Martin. Les élus ont adopté une délibération relative à l’échange de permis de conduire avec les autorités néerlandaises, une délibération visant à octroyer une allocation d’aide individuelle à la formation et d’aide exceptionnelle. Ils ont également validé l’ordre du jour du prochain conseil territorial qui se tiendra ce jeudi 27 mars 2014.
Réuni en séance plénière, mardi 11 mars dernier, le conseil exécutif s’est essentiellement penché sur une délibération visant modifier le règlement relatif à la mise en uvre de l’échange de permis de conduire délivré par les autorités de Sint-Maarten.
1) - Modification du Règlement relatif à la mise en uvre de l’échange du permis de conduire délivré par les autorités de Sint-Maarten :
Par cette délibération émanant de la direction des services de la Collectivité, il était demandé au Conseil exécutif de modifier la date à compter de laquelle il est considéré réalisable d’obtenir les différentes catégories du permis de conduire sur le territoire de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin. Cette date a été fixée au 31 décembre 2005. Par conséquent, seuls les permis délivrés par les autorités de Sint-Maarten entre le 1er janvier 1995 et le 31 décembre 2005 seront échangés par la collectivité de Saint-Martin. Pour les permis qui ne peuvent être actuellement délivrés sur le territoire de Saint-Martin (permis de conduire E), l’échange demeure possible en application des dispositions de l’article 1 du règlement pris par délibération du Conseil exécutif n°CE9-16-2012 en date du 10 juillet 2012. Les autres dispositions réglementaires pris par délibération du Conseil exécutif en date du 10 juillet 2012 demeurent inchangées.
2) - Allocation de l’Aide Individuelle à la Formation (A.I.F.) et de l’Aide Exceptionnelle
L’aide individuelle à la formation permet à des jeunes et adultes demandeurs d’emploi ou salariés en situation précaire ayant un projet professionnel, de suivre des formations qualifiantes afin d’accéder au marché de l’emploi. Ainsi, la commission de l’Emploi, de l’Apprentissage, de l’Insertion et de la Formation Professionnelle, réunie le mardi 25 février dernier, s’est prononcée sur les propositions d’attribution de l’Aide Individuelle et de l’Aide Exceptionnelle. Pour l’A.I.F., une aide de 800 euros a été octroyée pour une formation d’agent d’escale commerciale, tandis que la somme de 944 euros a été débloquée pour financer deux aides exceptionnelles à la formation BAFA.
3) - Régime d’aide fiscale à l’investissement prévu à l’article 217 du code général des impôts de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin. Avis du Conseil exécutif sur un projet d’investissement envisagé par une société Martiniquaise.
Les entreprises soumises à l’impôt sur les sociétés de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin peuvent déduire de leur résultat imposable le montant des investissements productifs qu’elles réalisent à Saint-Martin dans des secteurs économiques prioritaires, notamment le secteur des transports ainsi que le montant des souscriptions au capital de certaines sociétés. Il en résulte que le dispositif de déduction fiscale pour investissement est très avantageux puisque la société ayant réalisé l’investissement ne devient effectivement imposable sur ses bénéfices qu’à partir du moment où le montant cumulé de ceux-ci dépasse le montant de l’investissement réalisé.
Une société, dont le siège social est situé en Martinique, filiale d’un groupe de référence aux Antilles présent en Guadeloupe, Martinique et St Martin, a pour activité le transport terrestre de marchandises et de conteneurs à St Martin. Cette société envisage de créer un établissement secondaire à St Martin pour principalement assurer le transport des marchandises commercialisées par une autre société du groupe. Elle ferait pour cela l’acquisition d’un véhicule neuf de 4.2 tonnes d’un montant de 30 990 euros et demande à la Collectivité de pouvoir bénéficier du régime de défiscalisation en vigueur sur notre territoire. Si le régime fiscal de la Collectivité est exclusivement réservé aux entreprises dont le siège est domicilié à St Martin, la Collectivité depuis qu’elle a acquis la compétence de source, impose à l’impôt sur les sociétés toutes les entreprises dans les conditions de droit commun à raison d’un résultat réalisé à St Martin, et ce même si le siège est situé en dehors du territoire. De ce fait, l’exclusion des sociétés non résidentes du champ d’application du régime de défiscalisation prévu à l’article 2017-A du code des impôts de la COM n’est plus justifié. La loi sera prochainement toilettée.
Le Conseil exécutif a donc donné un avis favorable à cette demande de défiscalisation, en ajoutant une obligation pour la société d’acheter le véhicule sur la partie française de Saint-Martin.
4) - Adoption de l’ordre du jour du conseil territorial
Le Conseil territorial de Saint-Martin se réunira en séance plénière publique à l’hôtel de la Collectivité, le jeudi 27 mars 2014.
The agenda was validated as follows:
1- Adoption compte de gestion du comptable public de la Collectivité
2- Adoption du compte administratif 2013 de la Collectivité de St Martin
3- Fixation des taux d’imposition pour l’année 2014
4- Adoption du budget primitif 2014 de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin
5- Mesures fiscales visant à renforcer l’attractivité du territoire
6- Mesures fiscales diverses
7- Avis de la Chambre Territoriale des Comptes de St Martin – Requête de la Caisse d’Allocations Familiales de la Guadeloupe
8- Remplacement d’un poste vacant au sein du Conseil exécutif
9- Modification des membres au sein des diverses commissions
La Collectivité structure son offre touristique
Marigot, le 26 novembre 2013 CABINET DE LA PRESIDENTE DIRECTION DE LA COMMUNICATION Objet : Article Guest Houses / Lettre externe n°1 Classement des Guest-Houses : La Collectivité structure son offre touristique Dans l’exercice de sa compétence réglementaire en matière de tourisme, la Collectivité de Saint-Martin poursuit la mise en place des bases juridiques visant à structurer l’offre d’hébergement touristique de notre destination, avec pour objectif de proposer des critères d’appréciation connus et appréciés de la clientèle internationale. Après l’adoption d’un référentiel de classement des hôtels et des résidences de tourisme, la Collectivité a adopté un référentiel de classement propre aux établissements d’hébergement communément appelés “ Guest-House ”. Ainsi, lors du Conseil territorial du jeudi 27 février 2014, les élus ont voté à l’unanimité une délibération fixant la classification de ces Guest-Houses ou chambres d’hôtes. Alors que la qualité d’une chambre d’hôtes se mesure en Epis en France métropolitaine, c’est en étoiles qu’il est désormais possible d’évaluer la qualité d’un hébergement de type Guest-House à Saint-Martin. La création de ce référentiel s’est basée sur la réalité locale de ces hébergements suite à un audit, et sur une étude de clientèle menée dans les pays correspondant à nos marchés émetteurs. Les Guest-Houses sont ainsi classées de 1 à 5 étoiles (sans qu’il n’y ait d’obligation pour les propriétaires de souscrire à cette nouvelle réglementation), une classification qui permet surtout aux touristes de se repérer dans un marché relativement vaste. Les objectifs visés sont aussi une reconnaissance officielle de ce type d’hébergement comme composante majeure du parc d’hébergement de Saint-Martin, une clarification de la définition de ce terme aux contours flous et une amélioration du produit en lui-même. Une belle avancée pour notre Collectivité qui œuvre depuis 2012 à améliorer son offre touristique, afin de proposer à la clientèle internationale un produit mieux structuré et plus cohérent. ENCADRE Quelle est la démarche pour obtenir une classification étoilée ? Pour pouvoir prétendre à l’appellation de Guest-House, un établissement doit comporter moins de dix chambres destinées à une clientèle de passage, il doit à minima offrir un service de petit déjeuner chaque matin. L’exploitant d’une Guest-House qui souhaite obtenir un classement étoilé doit en faire la demande auprès de la Collectivité (Direction du Tourisme) qui lui expliquera la marche à suivre. Il devra retourner le dossier en deux exemplaires (dont un sous forme numérique) comportant le formulaire de classement dûment complété, et le certificat de visite délivré par un organisme évaluateur accrédité par la Collectivité. ENCADRE 2 Quels sont les critères de classement ? Les critères de classement sont classés en trois chapitres : “ Equipement ”, “ Service aux clients ”, “ Accessibilité et le développement durable ”. Pour se voir attribuer une ou plusieurs étoiles, l’établissement doit respecter certains critères qualitatifs et doit obtenir selon un barème précis un nombre de points correspondant à ces critères. C’est la commission de classement qui se réunit dans les deux mois suivant la réception du dossier complet qui statue sur la demande. La commission est composée de six membres : 3 représentants de la Collectivité, 1 représentant des exploitants de Guest-Houses, 1 représentant de l’Office de Tourisme, 1 représentant du CESC. Le Conseil exécutif décide ensuite du classement définitif de l’établissement au vu de l’avis de la commission. Prononcé par arrêté, le classement est valable pour une durée de cinq ans. Direction du Tourisme, pôle Economique Contacts : Stéphanie Bessière au 0590 29 56 10 / Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 18 February 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, on Tuesday 18 February 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TUESDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 18 February 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. The elected representatives adopted several deliberations from the Sustainable Development, Taxation and Human Development divisions and the General Directorate of Services.
General Directorate of Services
1) - Authorization to sign a PAF agreement - Community
The object of the agreement is to formalize a partnership between the Departmental Directorate of Guadeloupe and more particularly the SPAF of Saint-Martin and the Territorial Police of the Community of St Martin.
This convention covers two main axes:
- The training of the personnel, initial and continuous of the agents of the territorial police in shooting, in technique of safety during interventions, with the baton of defense with lateral handle, the analysis in documentary fraud and the identity and the organization, and concerning the competences and the legal framework of action of the DDPAF.
- Operational support, signatories pledging to develop reciprocal support for operational support.
This service is not remunerated to the DDPAF, the Collectivité having to ensure the availability of equipment and logistical organization within the framework of the trainings. The elected representatives voted in favor of this deliberation.
2) - Signature of a BEFA (Lease in Future State of Completion) with SEMSAMAR
The Collectivité de Saint-Martin is currently the tenant of two office premises at Semsamar, premises that house the services of the Solidarity and Families Pole. Semsamar proposed to the Collectivité the regrouping of the two services in the same place, in a building under construction. An agreement in principle had been given and it is now a matter of ratifying this agreement by signing a lease in a future state of completion, in order to finalize this operation. As such, the Executive Council authorized the president of the territorial council to sign this lease and all related documents.
3) - Application of 2012 law 347-12 March 2012 relating to access to employment holder
Law 2012-347 of 12 March 2012 has set up a mechanism allowing certain contractual agents of the Collectivity to accede to the titular employment by means of reserved competitions, professional selections or reserved recruitments. In this context, the Community has identified and decided on the number of agents likely to benefit from the scheme, 32 agents have been retained.
The Executive Board therefore deliberated, following a favorable opinion by the unanimous decision of the Joint Technical Committee on 5 February 2014, and approved the multi-year program of access to employment for the 2013-2016 years, according to the needs Of the Collectivity and the objectives of managing the workforce, jobs and skills.
4) - Review of Applications for Use or Land Use
The Executive Council considered several applications for land use or occupation. Thus, of nine requests made by individuals or companies, five were declared favorable because they comply with the provisions of the Land Use Plan. These five favorable requests were approved unanimously by the advisers.
5) - Opinion - Biodiversity Bill
The Executive Council was consulted on 18 February 2014 on a bill on biodiversity. The main objective of this project is to update the vocabulary and certain concepts present in the Code of the Environment and in particular: to take into account the entire field of biodiversity, to have a more dynamic view of biodiversity And to take into account ecosystem services. This bill proposes to simplify and make clear the actions in favor of biodiversity, to better structure and mobilize the means of knowledge and expertise and to exploit the economic and scientific potential. He proposed the creation of a National Biodiversity Committee (CNB) and the National Council for the Protection of Nature (CNPN), which would bring together all the existing bodies. Representatives of the Communities will sit at the NBC.
This draft law also proposes to create a French Agency for Biodiversity to help structure knowledge and expertise for water and biodiversity by bringing together existing information systems and developing concrete actions for the territory .
The Executive Council gave a favorable opinion to this bill.
6) - Authorize the President of the Territorial Council to sign a management agreement with the Directorate of Customs and Indirect Rights
As a reminder: There is a convention between the State and the Community signed 21 March 2008 with the Directorate General of Public Finance to define the remuneration of state agents responsible for the operations of base, control and Collection of taxes, duties, taxes and other levies, in the territory of the Community of Saint Martin. On the other hand, there is no agreement with the Directorate General of Customs and Indirect Rights (DGDDI) while this directorate manages and controls the Consumption Tax on Petroleum Products, which in 2013 has reported 14.4 million d ' Euros of revenue to the Community.
In spite of the sharp reductions in the number of staff in the administrations attached to the Ministry of the Budget, talks with the General Directorate of Customs made it possible to record the maintenance of the "Customs Pôle fiscal" in Saint-Martin.
Under the terms of this new Convention, the tasks of the customs customs service, consisting of customs officers and, as far as necessary, of Community officials, would no longer be limited to the management and control of the only consumption tax on petroleum products , They would, on the contrary, be extended to the management and control of two old local taxes, namely the tourist tax and the tax on motor vehicle rentals.
This draft agreement negotiated with the General Directorate of Customs foresees a joint action plan between the Community and the DGDDI, with a precise identification of the taxable matter, information of the taxpayers on their reporting and payment obligations, and a large Responsiveness to situations of declarative deficiency or proven fraud. An action plan, which will be the subject of a four-month progress report, with the possibility of introducing additional measures.
This draft convention was welcomed by the elected members of the Executive Council, who voted unanimously to vote.
7) - Opinion on the request for a graceful refund of the stamp duty of 100 euros on the delivery of the notice of non-taxation of the income of the year 2012
An individual sent to the Fiscal Service of Saint-Martin a request dated 17 December 2012 for exemption from the 100 Euro stamp duty. Let us recall here that this stamp duty was introduced by the Community at the end of 2012, it is not obligatory, since only households who for various reasons need to justify the amount of their resources must pay it when they Come to claim their notice of non-taxation; The issue here is to condition the delivery of a document generating the right to pay the costs incurred in its preparation.
The Executive Board's opinion was solicited by the tax department concerning this first request for an ex gratia discount. The Commission has chosen to give an unfavorable opinion to this application.
8) - Scholarship award for the academic year 2013-2014 - 2th Ventilation
The Collectivité awards scholarships on social criteria each year to students pursuing higher education. The members of the Committee on Education, Education and School Affairs, at 12 Feb. 2014, proposed to allocate the sum of 216 751 euros, distributed among 109 students, individual scholarships ranging from 600 to 3000 annual euros.
The Executive Board decided to allocate the sum of 216 751 euros to the higher education scholarship on social criteria, to allocate to each beneficiary student and in accordance with the attached table the sums recorded, and to charge this expenditure Budget of the Community.
9) - Awarding exceptional grants for the academic year 2013-2014 - 2th Ventilation
The Collectivité awards scholarships on social criteria each year to students pursuing higher education, including exceptional aids motivated, in particular, by the student journey. The members of the Committee on Education, Education and School Affairs, at 12 Feb. 2014, proposed to allocate the sum of 35 400 euros, distributed among 18 students, individual scholarships ranging from 1300 to 3000 annual euros.
The Executive Council has decided to allocate to each beneficiary student and in accordance with the attached table the sums recorded, and to charge this expense to the budget of the Community.
10) - Assignment of grants to various students
During an 10ème deliberation, the Executive Council decided to grant an exceptional aid of 400 euros to two students in BTS assistant management of SME-SMI; a sum intended to help finance a linguistic educational trip organized by their high school Polyvalent Private under association contract "Association Martinique Popular Education" (AMEP). The Executive Board decided to grant 400 euros to each student.
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, on Friday 07 February 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TUESDAY 04 FEBRUARY 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint Martin met in plenary on Tuesday 04 February 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. The elected representatives adopted a resolution concerning the Cooperation and European Affairs Mission and approved the agenda of the next Territorial Council to be held in the Community on 27 February 2014.
Meeting in plenary session on Tuesday 4 last February, the Executive Council focused on a deliberation aimed at getting the Saint Martin community to join the Association of French Outermost Regions (ARUP). The councilors of the executive also validated the agenda of the next territorial council.
1) - Accession of the Saint Martin Community to the Association of French Ultraperipheral Regions (ARUP)
In line with their wish to strengthen their communication and monitoring policy on European issues, to improve the understanding of the reality of the outermost regions, and aware of the importance of pooling their resources in order to sensitize the European Institutions, the regions of Guadeloupe , Guyana La Réunion, Martinique and the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin, have embarked on a process of relaying their institutions in Brussels. The five institutions have set up an association based in Brussels at 55 avenue de Tervuren to monitor the policies of the European Union and to pool the logistical resources that it involves on equal terms. It was therefore agreed that each signatory institution would contribute to the running costs of the premises in Brussels (rents, equipment and subscriptions). The Partner Communities had agreed that each of them would assume one fifth of the amount of expenses incurred in connection with the operation of the office opened in December 2013. Either for the COM of Saint-Martin, a quota of an amount of six thousand eight hundred and eighty four euros (6 884).
By this deliberation, the Executive Council decided to join the association of the French ORs, to authorize the president of the territorial council to sign the agreement framing the co-management of the structure and to pay the share of 6 884 euros.
2) - Adoption of the agenda of the Territorial Council
The Territorial Council of Saint Martin will meet in public plenary session at the Hotel de la Collectivité on Thursday 27 February 2014.
The agenda was validated as follows:
1- Reform of the tourism code: adoption of a ranking system of "GuestHouses".
2- Launching of the tender procedure for the conclusion of an agreement for the development and operation of a terminal for the port of "Galisbay"
3- Creation of an ad hoc committee on the amendment of the organic law on statutory and institutional provisions for Saint Martin
4 - Renewal of CCISM members - Implementation of electoral procedures
5- Creation of the Housing Assistance Advisory Commission
An agenda adopted unanimously by the councilors of the executive.
Saint-Martin is in the epidemic phase of chikungunya Let's mobilize against chikungunya
Since the 6 December 2013, Saint-Martin is in epidemic phase of chikungunya. The community of Saint-Martin asks the population to protect as much as possible against this infectious disease transmitted by the mosquito Aedes Aegypti.
Outbreaks of the epidemic are now being detected throughout the country, with Sandy Ground being the most affected. The virus has also spread to the islands of St Barthelemy, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Guyana.
This situation should therefore be taken very seriously and the mobilization of all is a sine qua non condition for the eradication of chikungunya.
The population must therefore guard against this virus, prevention being the most effective way of fighting it.
This prevention is based on two levels:
- At the individual level, it is a question of limiting one's own exposure to the vector mosquito, wearing long clothes, applying skin repellents, and using insecticides on clothing and mosquito nets.
- Collectively, large-scale vector control consists of cautious application of insecticides and elimination of potential breeding sites, especially around houses (flower pots, various containers, used tires, bulky waste, etc.).
At the request of the ARS, the Community of Saint-Martin conducts communication campaigns aimed at sensitizing the entire population, private individuals and private companies, and mobilizes all its teams to reduce potential lodgings (Cleaning of cemeteries, eavestroughs on public buildings, cleaning of public buildings, identification and removal of carcasses, etc.).
The president of the territorial council, Mrs Aline Hanson, is counting on the cooperation and mobilization of all for the eradication of this epidemic.
President of the Territorial Council
Community of Saint-Martin
Notice to the population
Marigot, the 06 February 2014
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Subject: press release
Fight against Chikungunya
Notice to the population
The community of Saint-Martin asks the population to be involved in the fight against the proliferation of chikungunya. Transmitted by the mosquito Aedes Aegypti, this virus can be combated by simple gestures:
- The Community asks the population to proceed with the elimination of all the water points around the dwellings
- To pierce the gutters to avoid water stagnation
- To check the roofs, the terraces, to be certain that the rainwater is evacuated properly
- To clean vegetation, to remove stagnant water to eliminate all mosquito breeding points
- The community is responsible for cleaning cemeteries, it is not allowed to clean the vaults of individuals. The population is called to remove the empty flower pots and remove the stagnant water on the graves.
For more information, please contact Ms. Hélène Isaac at the 0590-52-27-30.
The community asks construction companies, retailers who store outdoor merchandise and nurserymen to carry out a cleaning of the sites and various places of storage, in order to remove the stagnant waters and to eradicate the larval hovels.
The president of the territorial council, Ms Aline Hanson, is counting on the mobilization of all to effectively fight against the proliferation of chikungunya in our territory.
President of the Territorial Council
Community of Saint-Martin
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint-Martin met in plenary session on Tuesday 28 January 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Marigot, Tuesday 28 January 2014
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD OF TUESDAY 28 JANUARY 2014
The Executive Council of the Community of Saint-Martin met in plenary session on Tuesday 28 January 2014 to 15h, under the presidency of Aline Hanson, President of the Territorial Council of Saint-Martin. The six elected representatives have adopted several deliberations from the Sustainable Development, Solidarity and Families, Human Development, Economic Development and the General Directorate of Services.
General Directorate of Services
1) - Framework Agreement for maintenance and regular repairs for the benefit of the Saint Martin Community
The executive councilors unanimously voted to approve the decision of the tender commission in order to award the framework agreement for maintenance and regular repairs for the benefit of the local authority. Saint-Martin. The companies MWI Sarl and Antilles Technique Plomberie were awarded a plumbing - sanitary market, while the companies EGER Guadeloupe, MWI Sarl and Technique Home, were selected for a market "current electricity strong and weak". These markets may not exceed a maximum annual amount of 200 000 euros.
2) - Creation of a Revenue Authority within the Community Tax Department
In the current organization, the tax department of the Collectivité, and not the public accountant, directly collects certain registration fees, in particular those due when registering acts concerning companies (modification of the statutes, dissolution, liquidation). , and those due upon the transfer of shares. Following the vote of the demerger of the formalities of the registration of the land advertisement, this same service will be led to cash much larger sums since the acts transferring of buildings will henceforth be registered locally, a total of receipts of approximately 10 million euros. In order to secure the collection of these taxes, the Guadeloupe regional public finance department is asking the community to create a revenue management service within the tax department. The head of the tax department will be appointed as manager and therefore personally and financially responsible for the funds entrusted to him. The executive councilors unanimously approved this deliberation. The creation of this régie and the appointment of the manager will be recorded by territorial decree.
3) - Authorization to sign an emphyteutic lease with the CCISM
The Saint-Martin Community has been the owner of the "La Maison des Entreprises" building at Concordia since 2011, which has been made available to CCISM to carry out its public service missions to companies. By letter dated 24 last December, the CCISM has seized the Collectivité for the signing of a long lease, which would allow him to do the necessary maintenance work without the Community being systematically solicited. The Community of course remains the owner of the walls, but the rights to the building will now be transferred to the tenant who will assume all the necessary work. A vote was taken by unanimous vote.
4) - Review of Applications for Use or Land Use
The executive councilors were examining several applications for land use or land use. Thus, out of six requests made by individuals or companies, five were declared favorable because they comply with the provisions of the Land Use Plan. These five favorable requests were voted unanimously by the advisers.
Pole Solidarity and Families
5) - Appointment of the referent of the National Council for Access to Personal Origins
Two representatives of Saint-Martin have been appointed by the councilors of the executive to the National Council for Access to Personal Origins (CNAOP), to allow them to collect any information in the context of deliveries under X. The law reforming adoption now obliges the mother who gives birth under X to give explanations in a sealed envelope on the reasons which led her to give birth under X. This information collected, the referents can then transmit them to the child born under X, if the latter requests it. Dr. Ricardo Casanova, a pediatrician at St. Martin's Hospital and Blynda Bryan-Lake, a psychologist with the Childhood and Family Branch, was appointed by the Executive Councilors.
6) - Requests for introduction and renewal of work - Foreign labor
The Executive Counselors gave a favorable opinion to three renewals of work authorization and granted a work permit to four foreign nationals working in the territory of the Community.
7) - Support for transport and accommodation expenses of the Science Pô Paris delegation - 2013-2014 school year
The Collectivity concerned with ensuring conditions for success for the candidates for the entrance examination to Sciences-Po decided by deliberation of the Executive Council of 1 on July 2010 the implementation of a partnership agreement between the Community and 'Institute of Political Studies in Paris. To date, several missions have taken place between Saint-Martin and Paris, for the benefit of students eligible for entrance examinations and for the benefit of delegations of Sciences-Po staff. On Tuesday 28 January, the Executive Council was to decide on the cost of transport between Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin, and to host the delegation (for one night) from Paris as part of its annual visit. A deliberation unanimously adopted.
8) - Authorization of roads
The Executive Council considered sixty applications for allocation of a site on the public domain.
These were essentially requests for the renewal of the sale on the tourist market of Marigot. On these 60 renewal applications, 34 received a favorable opinion, while 13 received an unfavorable notice for arrears of rent and 9 were deferred pending the reorganization of the market. Four requests for a shop were declined due to lack of available space. A vote was taken unanimously.
Presentation of the new smart card of Saint Martin
Jean Arnell, a Computech company, was presenting to the Executive Council a new driving license set up by the Saint Martin Community, which was entrusted to Computech. It is scheduled to be released in July 2014.
The Organic Law of 21 February 2007 conferring on the Collectivity the competence in road traffic, the latter worked with the services of the state in order to implement this new competence. The reform of the registration system, with the creation of a new registry of motor vehicles, the exchange of permits issued by the Sint Maarten authorities, the creation of the road tax and the management and issuance of driving licenses, Are part of these new skills.
Since the reform of the driving license took place at the national level with the entry into force of the new license and the FAETON applications, the Collectivité de Saint-Martin has also introduced its own driving license and related applications. The aim of this project is not only to create a new driver's license, but also, and above all, to put driver and driving schools at the heart of management processes, with a unique view of the files. As a result, new users and actors will be integrated into the process, as will the training institutions, examiners, law enforcement agencies and securities departments of the Community, which will have access to information related to the driver's license.
Defined by the European directives, the format of the new Saint-Martin's driving license is a smart card format protected against forgery (pictogram, hologram and digital watermark).
The new driver's license of Saint-Martin, which does not have points, will be put into circulation on the territory from July 2014. Individuals who wish to apply for this service may contact the Community Securities Department located in Galisbay.