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Communiqué de Presse French Saint Martin Latest


Communiqué de Presse

Le Président de la Collectivité de Saint-Martin, M. Daniel GIBBS, vous informe que des bennes pour ordures ménagères sont installées à Saint-James et à Sandy-Ground. La population est invitée à jeter ses ordures dans ces bennes dès qu’elle le peut et ainsi éviter tout risque sanitaire.

Les équipes du RSMA (Régime de Service Militaire Adapté) viendront en aide aux riverains pour jeter leurs ordures.

Press release

The President of the Collectivité of Saint-Martin, Mr. Daniel GIBBS, informs you that large garbage bin for domestic waste are available in Saint James and Sandy Ground. The population is invited to throw its garbage into these bins as soon as it can and thus avoid any health risk.

The RSMA teams will help local residents to disposeof their garbage

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Plaisance : La SNSM et la gendarmerie assureront une veille lundi soir dans baie de Marigot et sur le lagon


Plaisance : La SNSM et la gendarmerie assureront une veille lundi soir dans baie de Marigot et sur le lagon SOURCE LE PELICAN
Plaisance : La SNSM et la gendarmerie assureront une veille lundi soir dans baie de Marigot et sur le lagon

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La SNSM en partenariat avec la brigade nautique des gendarmes, assureront demain soir (lundi) à partir de 17h30, une veille et mise en garde des bateaux amarrés dans la baie de Marigot et dans le lagon compte tenu des vents violents, l’élevation du niveau de la mer, de la forte houle accompagnant le systeme actif IRMA.
La Snsm conseille de consulter les bulletins météorologiques et d’alertes, et de procéder à la mise en sécurité de votre bateau : contrôler la tenue de l’amarrage, le fonctionnement des pompes de cale et la charge des batteries, vérifier que les évacuations d’eau ne soient pas obstruées, ranger les objets susceptibles de se transformer en projectiles, réduire le fardage …
Plaisance: the snsm and the gendarmerie will ensure a vigil Monday night in baie bay and on the lagoon
The Snsm in partnership with the police brigade of the gendarmes will ensure tomorrow evening (Monday) from 17 pm, a vigil and warning of boats moored in the bay of marigot and in the lagoon due to the violent winds, the élevation Sea Level, strong waves accompanying the active system Irma.
The Snsm advises to consult the weather reports and alerts, and to ensure the safety of your boat: control the mooring, operation of bilge pumps and battery charge, check that water drains are not Do not be obstructed, store objects that are likely to turn into projectiles, reduce le…

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Initiatives St. Martin unveils its mobile consultation van


Initiatives St. Martin unveils its mobile consultation vanInitiatives St. Martin unveils its mobile consultation van
MARIGOT–Initiatives St. Martin Active presented a new tool in its inventory to help potential entrepreneurs start a business, a mobile van that will tour the districts to explain its services and offer consultations, at a press conference in the offices of district council six in Sandy Ground on Monday.
he van is part of the project “My Quarter, My Business” an initiative to get closer to the population started in 2016. This year a new partner and co- financier is CitésLab.

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Préfète Déléguée Anne Laubies representing the State was present along with President of Initiatives St. Martin Jean-Paul Fischer, Director of Initiatives St. Martin Marc Chakhtoura, President of the Collectivité Daniel Gibbs, Employment Office Director Jessie Thenaud-Daubahadour and a representative from Caisse des Dépôts, Jennifer Martin.

The approximately 30,000 euro cost of the Renault Master van was co-financed by Initiatives St. Martin, Chamber of Commerce (CCISM), Employment Office (Pôle Emploi), Caisse des Dépôts, the State and the Collectivité. A further 30,000 euros was spent on outfitting the van for a meeting room environment with air conditioning. A half dozen persons can sit around a table.

Mathieu Nicoise who is in charge of the project explained a schedule has already been drawn up for the van to visit the districts twice a week starting Monday, July 31, 2017,

“The purpose of this van is to go to the people because there are people who don’t know about Initiatives St. Martin or what we do, which is to help someone start a business or project, help finance it and follow up the progress once it has been launched,” Nicoise explained.

Every Monday he will be visiting French Quarter, Grand Case, Marigot, Sandy Ground, St. James and Concordia. The van has a distinctive design on the exterior. A competition was organised to find the best design with a prize of an iPad offered to the eventual winner, Diélando Fiacre.

In 2015, Initiatives St. Martin organised eight conferences and participated in the organisation of six workshops. In total 115 persons were received, 60 of whom were from the priority districts of Sandy Ground and French Quarter. Whether young or old, employed or not, all asked questions about creating or developing a business, or were interested in aid available or training courses.

From the 115, 10 were employed, 56 were looking for a job (31 looking for more than a year), 10 were receiving the Revenu Solidarité Active (RSA), 17 were in the process of starting a business and 10 were in training; 21 gave up their projects for various reasons.More French Sxm

Initiatives St. Martin unveils its mobile consultation vanInitiatives St. Martin unveils its mobile consultation van

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Saint-Martin will organize the next edition of the Caribbean food society


Saint-Martin will organize the next edition of the Caribbean food society

The 53th meeting of the Caribbean food crops society () was held from Monday, 17 July to Friday, 21 July 2017, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, under the theme ” The Caribbean, a research hub for world agriculture and food security, the 54th edition will be held in Saint Martin in July 2018.

Saint-Martin will organize the next edition of the Caribbean food society

Saint-Martin will organize the next edition of the Caribbean food society

A delegation from the community and the inter-Branch Consular Chamber of Saint Martin (Cism) LED by the territorial adviser, Ms. Sofia Carti-Codrington, had the privilege of attending this edition.
President Daniel Gibbs has requested that a delegation from our island be present at this agricultural meeting, to report on the issues, while the candidacy of the community of Saint-Martin was held as the organizer of the 54 2018. th meeting of the cfcs in July 2018. This participation is part of the political approach of the majority, which seeks to develop agriculture and create sustainable jobs in the agri-food sector. A strategic development plan will soon be developed to boost this sector of activity.

Thanks to the field visits to the North-West and south of the island on the themes of animal and plant genetic improvement and agro-processing, the delegation of Saint-Martinoise was able to give an idea of the needs of the Caribbean. , to stop the theme of the next edition. The Local Organizing Committee intends to organize the 54th edition of “LA of agriculture in the small island territories of the Caribbean dedicated to the tourism economy”.

During the formal sessions of the 53th meeting of the, working meetings were initiated throughout the week between the members of the delegation of saint martinoise and the partners on the ground, including preparing for the 2018. Edition.

Saint-Martin will organize the next edition of the Caribbean food society