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HAIR BRAIDING LICENSES HALTED

The Barbers, Beauticians and Manicurists' Board will schedule a public hearing on hair braiding to establish rules and regulation, but in the meantime, the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs has placed a 120-day moratorium on issuing licenses.
Andrew Rutnik, acting commissioner of DLCA, said the regulations will cover sanitary issues, congestion in Charlotte Amalie and at local beaches and enforcement.
For further information call Lisa Davis at 773-2226.

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