More on Charles Lewis:
The Governor of the Virgin Islands said today that he regretted having named a former District of Columbia official to oversee a revision of the islands' personnel system. He said the official, Charles Lewis, who is at the center of an investigation of Mayor Marion S. Barry Jr. of Washington, ''wasn't producing anything.''
But the Governor, Alexander A. Farrelly, defended district officials, including Mayor Barry, saying that as consultants on the revision, ''they put in a lot of work, a lot of time.''
And of allegations that money for the consulting was misspent, the Governor said, ''I don't believe there's anything to it.''
The Governor made his comments in an interview here on St. Thomas as Federal investigations were under way into Mayor Barry, Mr. Lewis and the personnel project. Inquiry Involves Drugs
One investigation is looking into more than half a dozen visits last month by Mr. Barry to the Washington hotel room of Mr. Lewis, whom the police were investigating as a possible drug dealer.