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HISTORIC PRESERVATION TO MEET WITH NEW MEMBERS

Three new members of the St. Thomas-St. John District of the Historic Preservation Commission will have their first meeting since being confirmed. The meeting is to be held Thursday, April 13.
The three recently confirmed members are:
– Chaneel Callwood-Daniels replacing Felipe Ayala
– Mabel Maduro replacing Edith deJongh Woods
– Karen Samuel replacing Avelino Samuel
In making the announcement of the meeting, Gov. Charles W. Turnbull said, "I am pleased that these three talented Virgin Islanders have accepted the responsibility of preserving, protecting and enhancing the historic character of the St. Thomas/St. John District."

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Three new members of the St. Thomas-St. John District of the Historic Preservation Commission will have their first meeting since being confirmed. The meeting is to be held Thursday, April 13.
The three recently confirmed members are:
– Chaneel Callwood-Daniels replacing Felipe Ayala
– Mabel Maduro replacing Edith deJongh Woods
– Karen Samuel replacing Avelino Samuel
In making the announcement of the meeting, Gov. Charles W. Turnbull said, "I am pleased that these three talented Virgin Islanders have accepted the responsibility of preserving, protecting and enhancing the historic character of the St. Thomas/St. John District."