Press Releases

2017-09-25 Reconstruction
Latest news from the community

Following the coordination meeting this morning (editor's note 23 September 2017), here is the latest information useful to the public:

Registration for tarpaulins is open on 5 sites from 8h to 12h from Monday to Friday:
- Solidarity and Families
- Hotel of the community in Marigot
- A. Hanson School at Sandy Ground
- Elie Gibs Grand Case School
- Ecole Clair St Maximin in QO

11 water distribution points are currently open in the neighborhoods since Sunday 24 September.
The distribution of food continues at the 6 regular points until Friday 29 September, from 8h30 to 13h: Sandy Ground (basketball court), Jean-Louis Vanterpool stadium parking, Damboy field in Rambaud, Grand Case basketball court, residence Chevrise in Cul de Sac, Market Square Orleans Quarter.
From the 30 September, distribution of water and food will be exclusively reserved for families in difficulty identified by the Solidarity and Families Pole of the community. Normal operation will resume, with the opening of the supermarket U (already effective) and neighborhood grocery stores.

Cleaning: 90% of the main axes are now cleared. The work continues during the weekend in the ancillary axes to finish the work of pickup.
It is important that the population separates household waste from bulky waste. This sorting will greatly help the cleaning crews.

Commercial flights have resumed at the Grand Case airport since Saturday 23 September. The return to normal is done gradually, it is now possible to buy air tickets to leave the territory.

Back to school is organized, the Human Pole currently lists students who wish to return to St. Martin.
This census takes place from 8h to 12h, from Monday to Friday (old seaside school). The community prepares the schools for the school year, and it is only when the schools are ready, the logistics of reception of pupils in place by the Rectorate, that the re-entry can take place. It will take some day to finalize this work.
The President has made the beginning of the school year a priority, with a focus on the examination classes. It is working with the rectorate to speed up the process. The rector will communicate on the date of re-entry.

The Community and the National Service announce the cancellation of the DC Day of Defense and Citizenship scheduled on Wednesday 27 September at the MJC Sandy Ground. The youth will be convened at a later date.


2017-09-22 Reconstruction
Platform Dons

The President of the Community, Mr Daniel GIBBS, is pleased to inform you about the establishment of a donation platform (in kind or in cash) following the hurricanes IRMA and MARIA, island of Saint-Martin.
If you are considering performing undon, just write to the Community of St. Martin at: jedonnepoursaintmartin@com-saint-martin.fr indicating the amount of your pledge and your contact information.
We thank you for your generosity and be assured of the correct use of this one.
Thanks to you, Saint-Martin will rise faster.


The President of the Community, Mr. Daniel GIBBS, is pleased to inform you that the donation is for the donations (in kind or in cash) of the hurricanes IRMA and MARIA on the island of St. Martin is now ready.
If you are considering making a gift, please write to the Community of Saint-Martin at jedonnepoursaintmartin@com-saint-martin.fr indicating the amount of your donation and your contact information.
We thank you for your interest in this product.
Thanks to you, Saint-Martin will rise faster because of you.


2017-09-21 Reconstruction
Census of 1er degree students

The Solidarity and Families section of the Saint-Martin community, located on rue Paul Mingau in Concordia (Pôle Emploi building), organizes workshops to help uninsured persons and victims of Hurricane Irma report their real estate claims and furniture.
Those who have been affected and who wish to join the tents village in front of Grand Case Airport will also be able to register.
Solidarité et Familles is open from Monday to Friday from 9h to 13h to collect your requests.

Several reception and information points will be set up directly in the neighborhoods:
- Maison de Solidarité et Familles d'Orléans: For people living in Quartier d'Orléans, Oyster-Pond - Orient Bay.

- Elie Gibbes Primary School in Grand Case: for people living in Grand Case - Mont Vernon - Cul de Sac - Anse Marcel - Morne Oreilly - La Savane.

- Neighborhood Council Room # 5 (Marigot Low-Town): for residents of St James - Low-Town - Bellevue - Concordia.

- Local of the district council n ° 6 (Sandy Ground): for the residents of Sandy Ground - Terres - Basses - Baie Nettlé.

These openings will be open on Thursday 21 September, Friday 22 September, Monday 25 September 2017, from 9 hours to 12 hours. Do not hesitate to come and inquire.

2017-09-20 Information / Administration
Natural Catastrophe Maria - President Gibbs

Saint-Martin - 20 September 2017 - Mr Daniel GIBBS, President of the Community of Saint-Martin, spoke today with Ms Annick GIRARDIN, Minister for Overseas. On this occasion, the President expressly asked the Minister that Saint-Martin passes "in natural catastrophe" in the title of Hurricane MARIA (thus in addition to IRMA).
Ms GIRARDIN expressed her favorable opinion to President Daniel GIBBS for a decree of Natural Disaster for Saint Martin following the passage of MARIA and informed him that his services were currently working on the preparation of this decree.

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Mr Daniel GIBBS, President of the Community of Saint-Martin had a telephone interview just after the passage of Hurricane MARIA, with Mrs. Annick GIRARDIN, Minister of French Overseas Territories. NATURAL DISASTER "for Hurricane MARIA (in addition to Hurricane IRMA).
Mrs. GIRARDIN expressed her favorable opinion to President GIBBS for a decree of NATURAL-NATURAL DISASTER DISASTER for Saint Martin following the passage of MARIA and informed him that he is currently working on the preparation of this decree.

2017-09-16 Cooperation
Cooperation meeting

The authorities of Saint Martin, represented by the President of the Community, Daniel Gibbs, and the prefect Anne Laubies, and the authorities of Sint Maarten, represented by Governor Eugene Holiday, Prime Minister William Marlin and the Minister of Justice, Raphael Boasman, met on Friday 15 September and Saturday 16 September 2017, to optimize cross-border cooperation after Hurricane IRMA.
Thus, following a particularly constructive discussion of 60 minutes, it was agreed to synchronize the curfew of the Dutch side and the ban on circulation of the French side, which constituted a source of misunderstanding. starting on Sunday 17 September, from 19 hours to 6 hours until Wednesday 20 September, when a new meeting will take place to re-evaluate the needs.
Only persons with a "Priority vehicle - driving permission" authorization from the French side or a "Disaster Team pass" from the Dutch side can cross the border during the curfew. The others will have to make sure that they have reached their home before 19 hours.
During the period of restriction (19h - 06h), common border controls will be organized, which will in no case prevent the circulation on the whole territory. The will of both sides is to allow citizens on both sides of the island to move freely, while ensuring their protection during the night; it is in no way disrupting the free movement of persons between the North and the South and vice versa.
It was also decided to set up a common protocol for both pre-cyclone and post-cyclone management, as well as joint means of communication, in order to optimize the organization between the two parts of the island.
President Gibbs welcomed the listening to the authorities in Sint-Maarten and the scope of the discussions. Cooperation meetings on post Irma management will be organized regularly between the two parties.

2017-09-15 Reconstruction
Great Cleaning in Marigot

The President of the Community of Saint Martin Mr. Daniel GIBBS, informs you that a great operation of cleaning and clearing will be held on the night of Thursday 15 to Friday 16 September 2017.

The sector concerned goes from Bellevue to the Agrément roundabout.

150 men will be mobilized from 19h30 the 15 / 9 / 2017 until 5h00 of the morning the 16 / 09 / 2017.

Reminder: The curfew is maintained from 18h00 to 5h00 in the morning.

Thank you for your understanding.


The President of the Community of Saint Martin Mr. Daniel Gibbs, 15 September 16.

The sector concerned goes from Bellevue to the Agreed roundabout.

150 / 7.30 / 9 until 15AM on the 2017 / 5 / 9.
Reminder: The curfew is maintained from 18: 00 to 5: 00 in the morning.

2017-09-15 Reconstruction
Latest news from the community

Public information points
Community of Saint-Martin, main building in Marigot: 8h30 to 12h every day.
Robert Weinum school campus, at the Savannah: 8h30 to 12h every day.
Sandy Ground MJC: 8h30-12h
Concordia Media library: 8H30 -12h
Orleans neighborhood: 8h30 - 12h

Permanence of civil status:
To the community, main building: 9h - 12h every day: for obtaining administrative documents

EDF: The company is progressing on the rehabilitation of the networks. It announced that by 8 days all the fireplaces would be connected either directly or by a generator.

Latest news GDE: Water networks are being audited in order to restart distribution in areas where this is possible. First of all, it is necessary to check the state of the networks so as not to risk losing water at the reopening. Distribution points will then be installed in the districts, the points will then be communicated to the population.

Concerning wastewater treatment: two hydro-cureuses will arrive today at the port of Galisbay, thanks to the partnership Région Guadeloupe - Collectivité de Saint-Martin. This equipment will make it possible to clean the areas where the networks are obstructed and to evacuate the waste water.

Hébergement: Relief tents carried by the SOS Attitude association will arrive at the end of the week, a relief village will be created, tents can be distributed to private individuals who wish to do so.
To be registered: a permanence will be open from Monday 18 September at the Solidarity and Families Pole, Paul Mingau Street in Concordia, from 9h to 12h.

Departure from the territory:
The air bridge between Grand Case and Guadeloupe is still operational. It is necessary to go directly to the place to be able to embark (management by the state).
A maritime link is organized by the community of Saint-Martin in partnership with the Region Guadeloupe. A boat departed Sunday 17 September with 121 passengers (Voyager III). If the weather allows it another rotation will be organized in the middle of next week.
To register:
Community reception point: 8h30 -12h every day.
Reception point of the school city: 8h30-12h every day. By boat, it is possible to bring luggage and animals. The boat goes to Guadeloupe (8h of sea).

Distribution: Part of the distribution of water and food is managed by the State, knowing that the Community has also taken charge of the situation. Mrs. Ramphort Marie-Dominique, elected from the Territorial Council, is in charge of coordinating distribution in the port of Galisbay.
Three daily distribution points:
Marigot: Train station: 9h to 12h
Hope Estate: parking lot of the new Aventura Mall: 9h to 12h
Orléans neighborhood: 9h to 12h
Point and water distributions are organized every day in all neighborhoods.

Cleaning of the territory:
Operation of clearing in the night from Friday to Saturday.
A vast clearing operation will take place this night (night: 15 to 16 Sept) from the area of ​​Bellevue to the area of ​​Approval. 150 men will be mobilized to carry out a great cleaning. Traffic will be cut from 19H30 to 5h: curfew from 18h to 05h.

Opening of the ecosite of Grande Cayes: only to receive household waste.
Whenever possible, carry out tri-selective waste before bringing on site.

2017-09-14 Information / Administration
INFORMATION FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLECTIVITY OF SAINT-MARTIN

1 / PRESIDENT'S PROHIBITION OF MOVEMENT AND ROAD TRAFFIC



The President of the Collectivity of Saint-Martin will be in charge of the project. to allow cleaning trucks and vehicles to finish removing bulky items on the Sandy Ground area.
A second decree of road-closing will be taken for the St-James area from the Bellevue roundabout to the "Glove Finger" on Saturday September 12th. .
A third ban will be taken for the Low-area area in Marigot-St. James on Monday September 20th.
PEOPLE ARE ASKED TO TRAVEL ON ROADS ONLY FOR EMERGENCY AND TO LEAVE THE ROAD SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE FOR CLEANING.
2 / VOLUNTARY DEPARTURE TO GUADELOUPE AND MARTINIQUE

Several ways to leave the territory:

- Martinique from Princess Juliana airport for those who want to return to Europe via Martinique. A checkpoint is in place at the border of Cupecoy to let European passport holders to access the airport.
- From Grand Case Airport: Planes are also flying to Guadeloupe and Martinique. To take one of these planes, you have to go directly to Grand Case Airport (facing form Simply Market).
- Also, to 450-seat boat will connect Saint-Martin-Port de Galisbay to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe,
The ship will leave Saint-Martin Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 8 am, from the dam of the marina Fort Louis. 6 am.

To be able to leave on this boat, it is imperative to register prior to the date of departure. Everyday a reception from 8: 30 am to noon at the Robert Weinum school campus in La Savane (School City) and another at the Collectivity Front Desk in Marigot from 8: 30 am to noon. It is possible to carry luggage and animals.
If the demand is strong, other boat trips to Guadeloupe will be organized on the same principle.
3 / OPENING OF 5 PUBLIC INFORMATION POINTS:
- Sandy Ground MJC
- Concordia - Media library
- Robert Weinum School Complex
- Primary School St Maximin Orleans area
- Collectivité Admistrative building
These points inform the public about the various support schemes in place.



4 / DISTRIBUTION OF WATER AND FOOD PRODUCTS
Several distribution points are now organized throughout the island. Three fixed points:
- In front of the gendarmerie of French Quarter from 9 am.
- In the parking lot of Hope Estate from 9 am
- In the parking lot of the ferry terminal in Marigot, from 9 am.
Distribution points are also organized in the neighborhoods with water and food distribution.

5 / EMERGENCY ACCOMMODATION ON THE TERRITORY
People who need emergency housing in St. Maarten must register at the information offices mentioned above. The Social Department will take over the registrations before the end of the week.

6 / COLLECTVITE NEED VOLUNTEERS AT THE PORT OF GALISBAY
The port of Galisbay. Territorial Councilor Marie-Dominique RAMPHORT (RAMFOR).
The President of the Community Mr. Daniel GIBBS warmly thanks you for your contribution.

7 / DISCLOSURE OF INSURANCE CLAIMS:
The deadline for notification of your insurances is 30 2017. This process must be done with your own insurer. 0800 85 15 15 and 0800 00 58.
An internet address has also been created: allianz-assistance.re

INTERNET HOT SPOT
Two Internet Hot Spots are free open:
Marigot - Republic Road - In front of Dauphin Telecom shop
Hope Estate commercial area, on the side of Cul de Sac Roundabout
PLEASE MAKE A MASSIVE FORWARD OF THIS MESSAGE


2017-09-14 Information / Administration
Information of the President of the Community of Saint-Martin ?? Daniel Gibbs

Information of the President of the Community of Saint Martin - Daniel Gibbs
Wednesday 13 September 2017 -


President's prohibition of movement:
The President of the community of Saint-Martin informs you that the road from Sandy Ground, from the bridge to the MJC, will be closed to traffic on Thursday 14 September 2017 and Friday 15 September 2017, from 9h to 16h, to allow cleaners to finish removing bulky items on the Sandy Ground area.
A second stoppage will be taken for the St James area, from Bellevue roundabout to glove finger, on Saturday 16 September 2017 and on Sunday 17 September 2017, from 9h to 16h, to facilitate cleaning in this area of ​​downtown.
A third traffic stop will be taken for the Low-Town area in Marigot-St James on Monday 18 September 2017 and Tuesday 19 September 2017, from 9h to 16h, to facilitate cleaning in this area of ​​the city center.
People are asked to travel on roads only in an emergency and to leave the road system accessible for cleaning.

Voluntary departure to Guadeloupe and Martinique
Several ways exist to leave the territory:
Military aircraft make free spins to Martinique from Princess Juliana airport for those wishing to return to Europe via Martinique. A checkpoint is in place at the border of Cupecoy to let the French nationals access the airport.
From the airport of Grand Case: planes also depart on Guadeloupe and Martinique. To get into one of these planes, you have to go directly to Grand Case Airport.
A boat of 450 places will make the link Saint-Martin-Port of Galisbay / Port of Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe, it will leave from Saint-Martin Thursday 14 September 2017 to 8h, from the dyke of the marina Fort Louis. You must be present on site at 6h.
To be able to leave on this boat, it is imperative to register. A reception point is open, from 8h30 to 12h, to the Robert Weinum school campus of La Savane and another to the community reception in Marigot from 8h30 to 12h. It is possible to carry luggage and animals.
If the demand is strong, other boat trips to Guadeloupe will be organized on the same principle.

Opening of 5 information points to the public
Sandy Ground MJC
Concordia - Media library
Cité scolaire Robert Weinum
Ecole St Maximin Orléans area
Home
These points inform the public about the various support schemes in place.

Distribution of water and foodstuffs
Several distribution points are now organized throughout the island. Three fixed points:
In front of the gendarmerie of Quartier d'Orléans from 9h00.
In the Hope Estate car park from 9h00
In the parking lot of the ferry terminal in Marigot, from 9h00.
Distribution points are also organized in the neighborhoods, with water and food distribution.

Emergency accommodation on the territory
Persons wishing to return to emergency accommodation in the territory of Saint-Martin may make their needs known at the information points mentioned above. The Solidarity and Families division will take over as soon as the building is operational (before the end of the week).

Need volunteers at the port of Galisbay
The port of Galisbay needs volunteers to depot containers and load trucks with food and water supplies. Those who wish to contribute to the scheme can go directly to the port and ask the coordinator of the distribution, Regional Councilor Marie-Dominique Ramphort.
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your contribution.

Disclosure of insurance claims
The deadline for claiming insurance has been set at 30 October 2017. This must be done with your own insurer. For those insured by Allianz, there are two emergency numbers available: 0800 85 15 15 / 0800 00 58 52. An internet address has also been created: allianz-assistance.re.
Opening Two Hot Spot Free Internet Access
Marigot: in front of the store of Dauphin Telecom
Hope Estate: round-about side Cul de Sac
Please distribute these messages to all your contacts

2017-09-04 Major Hazards
Monitoring Bulletin No. 3 for the Northern Islands

Here is the latest weather forecasts for Météo France.

The islands of the North are now placed in vigilance ORANGE.

Let us remain attentive to the evolution of IRMA.


2017-09-04 Major Hazards
Monitoring Bulletin No. 4 for the Northern Islands

Attached is the weather report for the Northern Islands.


2017-09-03 Major Hazards
Press release for professionals

To hoteliers, condominium trustees

The Community of Saint Martin calls for your professionalism and asks you to undertake the work of pruning and cutting of plants in anticipation of a cyclonic phenomenon. It is the responsibility of the professionals to take all necessary measures with their service providers to evacuate green waste, bulky waste and any waste that may be dangerous in case of strong winds towards the eco-site of Grandes Cayes.
Green waste, rubble, bulky items and other rubbish deposited near garbage or roadside shelters could pose a danger to the population.
Citizenship and the sense of responsibility of all persons involved in the implementation of this clean-up are being used.
To the professionals of the BTP, it is requested in anticipation to secure all your sites (crane, containers, miscellaneous equipment).

Ecosite Schedule: Monday to Friday: 06h00-16h00 / Saturday: 06h00-12h00.
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Communicated to garages and mechanics managers
At the beginning of the hurricane season, hygiene and safety measures are required. The President and her Rescue Organization Committee reminded garage workers, mechanics and sheet metal workers that the removal of metal scraps that could be dangerously fatal in the event of strong winds in their vicinity is an essential step.
These preventive measures must be taken at the earliest stages of vigilance in the event of the passage of a cyclonic phenomenon.
Citizenship and the sense of responsibility of all persons involved in the implementation of this clean-up are being used.
The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Communicated to Service Station Managers
It is brought to the attention of owners and managers of service stations that at the RED vigilance phase, it is their responsibility to proceed with the closure of their establishment and the decommissioning of any automatic fuel dispenser.
In addition, for security reasons, the sale of gasoline in jerricane must be limited and not exceed 10 liters.
Public security and the organization of the Territorial Safeguard Plan are a matter of cooperation and goodwill. The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

Press release for real estate agencies

La Community of Saint-Martin makes use of your professionalism and asks you to kindly help it to respect the cleanliness of the island. Please ensure that the condominiums you insure the trustee evacuate waste from their activities to the eco-site of Grandes -Cayes Cul de Sac.
In no case shall the Community intervene within the subdivisions for the collection of this type of waste.
In case of major damage caused by bad weather, resulting in very large quantities of green or other waste, please send to our services, as soon as possible, a plan defining a perimeter of depot near the public domain for waste that could be removed by the Community.
Ecosite Schedule: Monday to Friday: 06h00-16h00 / Saturday: 06h00-12h00.
Departure times: Monday to Saturday from 10h to 18h. (Free sites for individuals).

The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

2017-09-03 Major Hazards
Cyclonic instructions and list of cyclonic shelters

Guidelines for cyclones and cyclone shelters are given in the appendix.

2017-09-03 Major Hazards
Monitoring Bulletin No. 2 for the Northern Islands

Here is the 17h14 bulletin of Météo France, we are always vigilant YELLOW.

Good preparation!


2017-08-31 Major Hazards
Cyclone season: Let's stay ready!

The cyclone season officially started the 1er June and will end the 30 November 2017. A reminder of the instructions of preparation and the conduct to be taken for our security, will never be useless.

If you have not already done so and in anticipation of a possible cyclonic phenomenon, consider checking your material and food reserves, preparing and protecting your home, removing or securing any object that can turn into a projectile , pruning, cutting and evacuating plants, cumbersome and other waste to the Galisbay waste disposal center or the ecosite of Grandes Cayes to Cul de Sac.

More information on the site http://www.com-saint-martin.fr in its section on major risks

IRMA: Stay alert!

Hurricane IRMA could impact the northern half of the Caribbean arc by mid-week, but it is still a long way off and by more than five days the uncertainty remains high!
At this stage, the watchword is to stay tuned to the instructions issued by the competent authorities and forecasters and not to panic!

2017-08-31 Major Hazards
Communicated to Ship Owners or Guardians

Upon the announcement of an ORANGE vigilance for a weather event confirmed by the competent authorities, the owners or guardians of ships, who do not have the possibility to secure the ships or other property located on the maritime public domain, to leave the area to such ships or other property.
At the announcement of a vigilance VIOLETTE, thus announcing the strict confinement, any movement will be strictly forbidden.
A decree was taken in this sense the 26 May 2017 and is displayed in particular in the marinas, the Maritime Station and the Port of Galisbay.

The lagoon of Simpson Bay is not considered a shelter and the past phenomena have amply demonstrated it.

At the announcement of an ORANGE vigilance, the lifting of the Sandy Ground Bridge will continue to be ensured subject to weather conditions and police orders.
The bridge will remain closed as soon as a RED vigilance is announced.
Independently of any alert or vigilance, once the winds have reached 25 knots (46 km / h), the bridge will remain closed.
In all cases when an alert is triggered, vessels shall maintain a permanent listening of the 16 VHF channel as well as weather information.

Owners or guardians of ships shall be solely liable for damage to their property or damage to their property on the development of the port area and any other public or private development on the coast.

The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

2017-08-24 Land Use Planning
Works on the Rue de Hollande

2017-08-16 Territorial Bank for School Works and Canteen
Call for Candidate CTOS - HRD Position

TERRITORIAL FUND FOR SCHOOL WORKS (CTOS) OF SAINT MARTIN

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES H / F

Company: CAISSE TERRITORIALE DES ÉVUVRES SCHOOLS (CTOS) OF SAINT MARTIN
• Type of contract: Permanent contract
• City: Saint Martin 97150
• Department: Guadeloupe
• Function: Human Resources - Personnel - Training - Legal
• Sector: Local authorities - Public services - Administration

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Company Description
The CTOS de Saint-Martin is an autonomous public administrative body created by the community of Saint Martin. She has 230 employees, serves more 4.000 meals a day, with a budget of over 8 million.

Contact information
Send CV: Madam Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the CTOS Candidature - Caisse Territoriale des Œuvres Scolaires, 98, rue Franklin Laurence, Grand-Case - 97150 SAINT-MARTIN.
E-mail : mascentgibs@com-saint-martin.fr - Tel: 0590 27 94 95 - Portable 06.90.88.62.64

Profile Description
Category A Position - Employment Framework for Territorial or Category B Attachés - Confirmed Territorial Writer.
Mastery of office automation and payroll software, career, time management.
Perfect command of the English language.

Job Description
Under the authority of the Director of the Territorial Fund for School Works (CTOS), an autonomous public administrative institution comprising 230 agents, you will ensure the implementation of the human resources policy, namely:
"XSuccession of careers, organization and implementation of the recruitment process, monitoring and implementation of statutory and legal legislation, preparation of administrative acts (decrees, internal promotions, contracts etc.)
"X Follow-up of career-related procedures (sickness - valuation of benefits, disciplinary system)
"XPreparation of deliberations relating to human resources management
"X Ensure the preparation of the human resources budget and establish payroll monitoring dashboards
"X Organize the follow-up of the committees of the joint bodies by preparing the files to submit them to the opinion of the CAP
"XMetter does not place and ensure the follow-up and organization of the CTP and the CHSCT
"XRelay the requests of trade union representatives and make proposals
"XControl the missions of the human resources department by verifying payroll processing, define training needs and establish corresponding schedules, establish schedules of leave, RTT and trainings
"XProvide new tools for career and time management.

POST TO FILL At the 1er October 2017

2017-08-16 Territorial Bank for School Works and Canteen
Call for Candidature CTOS- Director's Position

TERRITORIAL FUND FOR SCHOOL WORKS (CTOS) OF SAINT MARTIN

DIRECTOR M / F

Company: CAISSE TERRITORIALE DES ÉVUVRES SCHOOLS (CTOS) OF SAINT MARTIN
• Type of contract: Permanent contract
• City: Saint Martin 97150
• Department: Guadeloupe
• Function: General Management - Management
• Sector: Local authorities - Public services - Administration
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Company Description
The CTOS de Saint-Martin is an autonomous public administrative body created by the community of Saint Martin. She has 230 employees, serves more 4.000 meals a day, with a budget of over 8 million.

Contact information
Send CV: Madam Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the CTOS Candidature - Caisse Territoriale des Oeuvres Scholaires, 98, rue Franklin Laurence, Grand-Case, 97150 SAINT-MARTIN
Tel: 0590 27 94 95 - Mobile: 0690 88 64 62 - Email: mascent-gibs@com-saint-martin.fr

Profile Description
Category A Position - Employment Framework for Territorial Attachés
Perfect command of the English language.

Job Description
Leading the Territorial School Works Fund requires qualities of manager, "manager" and the ability to develop and lead projects. The Caisse has a direct management which involves a strong investment, which requires the presence of a good level executive with a good knowledge of the restaurant sector and the territorial public service. Thus, the Director must manage the following points:

PERSONNEL AND THE OPERATION OF SERVICES
"OThe staff: recruitment, evaluation, ratings, careers, sanctions, functioning of employee representative bodies.
"OThe social climate: having partnerships with trade unions
"OOrganization of services: defining the missions of the managers, evolving if necessary the organization chart

RESTORATION:
"OContribute to the development of the restoration tool
"OPost a business project approach to federate staff around the new kitchen
"OPost a consultation approach with the local residents, ensure the information of the elected representatives and the users of the school
"OOnsure contact with principals and parents

MANAGEMENT :
"OManagement of the budget
"OPublic procurement: the renewal of public procurement
"OProposing a tariff policy

THE SCHOOL PERIOD:
To develop the extracurricular activities both on the help of homework and on animation

POST TO FILL IN 1er October 2017

2017-08-16 Associative life
Notice to associations

The community of Saint Martin, invites you to a meeting on the theme "working against delinquency", on Thursday 24 August 2017 from 17h30 to 19h00 at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saint Martin, 10, rue Jean Jacques Fayel Concordia.

Counting on your actual presence.

2017-08-02 Jobs / Training / Reviews
CAP Poissonnerie Support COM

The community, the CCISM and the ESF finance the training "CAP Poissonnerie" for a total amount of 129061 €
The Executive Council meeting on 17 May 2017 validated the co-financing of the European Social Fund (ESF) requested by the Inter-professional Consular Chamber of Saint Martin (CCISM) for mobility training CAP FISHERMEN.
The total cost of the action is 129061 € with an ESF contribution of 71%, ie 91221 €. The Community also participates in the financing of this training up to 20000 €. The self-financing of the CCISM is 17840 €.
This training is dedicated to young NEET (neither in employment, nor in studies nor in training); They were 12 to participate in this training in Boulogne sur Mer, for a duration of 728 h (of which 70h of training in company). The training took place from 1er January to 31 December 2017. They are among the number of 8 to have already obtained their diploma. The young people were followed during 6 months after the training exit.
At 11 July 2017, 5 award winners signed an employment contract, and 2 young people are starting their own business.
The aim of this training course is to qualify young people from Saint-Martin to the trade of fishmongers and make them immediately employable by the local market.
As part of this training in mobility, the CCISM mandated the Training Center for Sea and Earth Products (CFPMT) and the ALVI Management firm, which has been selected to support young people on the spot in the form of tutoring to promote Cultural and social immersion in the new environment. Before the start, the 12 youths benefited from a refresher in the basic subjects of teaching at GRETA Saint Barthelemy and Saint Martin.
President Daniel Gibbs would like to pay tribute to this job-creating scheme initiated by the CCISM in the framework of the ESF actions and intends to continue to support this type of initiative on the part of the community.

2017-07-31 Media library
Media Center - Acknowledgments

The Médiathèque Territoriale de Saint-Martin, and more specifically the Youth Section, wishes to become a member of the "ILE MARINE SHIPCHANDLER" society for the donation of equipment for the "baby-readers" corner.

This donation is invaluable to the Médiathèque de Saint-Martin, because it offers a space dedicated to parents who want to spend a moment of conviviality with their young children around a book.
The community of Saint-Martin and its Médiathèque Territoriale thank you for your generosity.

2017-07-29 Transport
Launch of the 3th phase of the development of the rue de Spring - Concordia

The community of Saint-Martin will start, on Tuesday 1er August 2017, the 3e and last phase of the rehabilitation works of the stadium Jean-Louis Vanterpool. A portion of Spring Street between the intersection of Holland Street and the intersection of Paul Mingau Street will be closed to road traffic during construction. The deviation will be via the Rue de Concordia.
The objective of this layout is to move back the enclosure wall to widen the pavement and secure pedestrians. It will be finalized the 31 August 2017, during the great school holidays. The amount of operations entrusted to the prime contractor ETEC is 440286,50 €.
The community of Saint-Martin apologizes in advance for the inconvenience caused by these works of public utility and thanks the users for their understanding.


2017-07-28 Culture
Relaunch: Call for applications for 2017 edition of Overseas Talent

Join the 185 "Overseas Talents" already distinguished by the CASODOM since 2005 that radiate around the world.
Apply now for the selection of 2017 Overseas Talents. See attached document.


2017-07-28 Proceedings of the Executive Board
Report of the Executive Board

The Executive Board met on Wednesday 26 July 2017 in ordinary session and deliberated on 19 items on the agenda. Three deliberations were adjourned, while the 16 points were unanimously approved. Focus on key decisions.

EC approves installation of weather radar in Sint Maarten
The Council approved the project to install the weather radar in Saint-Martin / Sint Maarten as part of the Interreg Caraïbes V project (2014-2020). This new radar will replace the old equipment located on the Dutch side, which is currently down. This cooperation project has three objectives: on the one hand, the monitoring of hazardous phenomena, within the framework of the management of major risks, the real-time monitoring of climatic hazards, and on the other hand a shared management of the alert And crisis management, with the implementation of common strategies. Saint Martin North and South and the surrounding islands will benefit from this new facility. A grant from 1293750 € was granted to the community of Saint-Martin, for an overall amount of 1725000 € operation. The community will invest 431 250 € in this project, while the government of Sint Maarten will devote 575000 €. The tender for the acquisition of the equipment will be launched in September for a production schedule for the end of 2018.

COM brings 6000 € help to young athlete
The community of Saint-Martin has granted 6000 € assistance to the young Sherron BROOKS, for his integration into the overseas Martinique basketball pole. The young man began his passion on the basketball courts of the Saint-Martin periscolaire, before joining the club Aya Green Hill, then the Killer Bees of Quartier d'Orléans. After participating in several training camps in mainland France, including that of Tony Parker, he was spotted by the selections of Martinique in U13, then of Guiana in U15. He joined the basketball pole pole in Guadeloupe in 2015 (CREPS Antilles Guyana) where he perfected his learning. He will join the overseas Martinique cluster at the beginning of the school year, in 1ère class. With few resources to cover the inerrant costs of integrating into this exceptional school, the Executive Council decided to give Sherron a boost and grant him an exceptional 6000 € grant for his school year.

COM funds displacement of Red Eye Crew Group in Florida
Local music group Red Eye Crew has asked the community for financial assistance for their trip to the Zumba Instructor Convention in Orlando, Florida. Fueled by their fame in the Caribbean, members of the group were invited by the organizer of this event which brings together 8000 spectators and more 8 millions of followers on the social network Facebook. Their title CUKU is known worldwide in the circle of the zumba which earned them this invitation.
As it does regularly for Saint-Martin artists, the community of Saint-Martin accompanies Red Eye Crew in its project, to help it to make itself known, but also to promote the island beyond its borders via its music.
The Territorial Council therefore opted for the support of 8 round-trip airfare SXM / Miami / Orlando for the end of July 2017. President Gibbs highlighted the community's strong commitment to local artists, and reminded members of Red Eye Crew that he had been questioned by the press, that prior to any challenge to respect the institution And its elected representatives.

The Executive Council endorses the four-day school week
The Executive Council adopted the four-day week, in accordance with Decree No. 2017-1108 of 27 June 2017 on derogations from the organization of the four-day week in public nursery and elementary schools as from the beginning of the school year. September. Thus, the territory opted for the return to the school week of four days according to the following schedules: 8h00-11h30 / 13h30-16h00, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. The extracurricular activities managed by the Territorial Fund for School Works (CTOS) will take over on Wednesday morning, with sports and fun activities for children and after school from 16h to 17h. The meridian pose will offer calmer activities, studies, especially within the framework of the fight against illiteracy.
Wished by the majority of the councils of Schools of the territory, the Executive Council validated the week of four days.

The Executive Board ratifies the new regulation granting the territorial fellowship for higher education
Awarded to eligible students (with the financial support of the European Social Fund), the territorial scholarship for higher education constitutes a significant financial aid for more than 300 students in Saint-Martin. It is complementary to national stock exchanges. The Executive Board voted to amend the allocation rules in order to simplify the procedure and thus to delete certain documents deemed unnecessary. This regulation follows the requirements of Europe in terms of supporting the training path of the students, so as to keep the co-financing up to 85% of the ESF.
10 land use applications receive favorable opinion
The Executive Council endorsed 10 advice from the Planning Department concerning applications for land use or occupation, namely 10 favorable opinions of permission to work essentially, emanating from Semsamar for 8 of them, having regard to Maintenance work on dwellings, an individual wishing to renovate his home and the community for the construction of a local association in Colombier.

The Savane water management project approved by the Council
The Executive Council voted in favor of the Savane water management project, as well as its financing plan. The community will invest 386000 € in this project, while the state will dedicate 1544000 € via the FEI, for a total of 1930000 €.
This will involve the creation of a stormwater drainage system along the RN7 in the Savannah area, a catchment area on a community plot, a storm interception gap, From the ravine to the pond Guichard. The request for financing also includes the creation of a technical scupper for the removal of underground networks (fiber optics, cables, etc.) and operational studies. Classified in floodplain areas in the PPRN, the Savannah area must be secured and the populations protected. The project will reduce the vulnerability of the sector to flood risks and to secure water circulation during important rainfall events.

50 not geometric: 30 requests receive a favorable opinion
The community has relaunched the regularization of claims for titles of properties installed on the area known as 50 pas geometric, recorded in 90 years. The ad hoc committee of regularization of the occupants of the 50 area did not examine 32 requests for regularization in July and pronounced 30 favorable opinions.
The Executive Council decided to endorse the Board's advice for the surrender of parcels in the Sandy Ground, Marigot, St James and Grand Case districts, and to transfer to the private domain of the community the parcels received by the occupants. a favorable opinion. Occupants will now have to take notary steps to obtain their title.

The Executive Council updates the Market Regulation of Marigot and allocates seats to new occupants
28 July 2016, by decision of the Executive Council No. 142-11-2016, the community of Saint-Martin replaced the old market regulation dated 06 October 2005, with a more recent version taking better account of certain peculiarities of The activity of street vendors. Adjustments are needed again, so that the Executive Council has updated the expectations of the newly elected majority. Thus, among the changes, it is specified that the vehicles bringing the goods will no longer be able to park near the tourist market. Once the cargo is unpacked, the vehicle must park further. Sellers can now set up from 4 in the morning, and now enjoy a royalty-free month off (low season between 15 April and 15 October). The community may assign this location to another vendor during the vacation period.
In a second phase, the Executive Board authorized two new sites at the Marigot fish market to Messrs. Alvaro Sanchez and Jean-Robert Zetrenne, as part of their business plan. They are permitted to use the food market space allocated to them for seafood processing. To help them start their project, the community exempted them from three months' royalty, starting on the first day of operation, exploitation.

The Community grants an exceptional grant to "Saint Martin Active Initiative"
The Saint-Martin Active Initiative platform is in favor of financing local businesses. In particular, it supports these new structures in their dealings with banking organizations through the France Active Guarantee scheme. In 2014, the community of Saint-Martin has committed 9000 € to provide this guarantee fund with an agreement of objectives, as well as the CCISM (9000 €), the Social Cohesion Fund (60000 € ) And the ERDF (62500 €). Since 2015, 60 bank loans have been guaranteed up to 80% through this device, and these are more than 70 jobs that were created at startup structures. However, the ERDF fund could not be collected for technical reasons (late definition of the regulatory framework), which resulted in a financial risk for the "Saint Martin Active Initiative". Consequently, the Executive Board validated an exceptional grant from the 35000 € community to compensate for the loss of the ERDF funds, the supplement (26500 €) being contributed by the structure to its own funds.



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