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CREEK BULKHEAD CLOSED OVERNIGHT

Sept. 29, 2001- In an effort to keep the Creek bulkhead clear of parked cars and items left there unattended, the V.I. Port Authority will close the gates from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. starting Oct. 1.
People with vehicles and goods remaining on the Creek bulkhead are asked to remove them before the prohibition begins. Those who don't, will have their vehicles booted or ticketed.
The area, used mainly by barges, ferries carrying tour groups and other commercial vessels, is surrounded by a chain link fence.

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Sept. 29, 2001- In an effort to keep the Creek bulkhead clear of parked cars and items left there unattended, the V.I. Port Authority will close the gates from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. starting Oct. 1.
People with vehicles and goods remaining on the Creek bulkhead are asked to remove them before the prohibition begins. Those who don't, will have their vehicles booted or ticketed.
The area, used mainly by barges, ferries carrying tour groups and other commercial vessels, is surrounded by a chain link fence.