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Red Hook Alliance Asks Citizens to Attend Senate

July 11, 2004 – Sen. Louis Hill will present Bill No. 25-0186 to the Senate in the next session on Tuesday, July 13, for an override of the governor's veto.
The Red Hook Community Alliance is imploring all citizens who do not wish to see our islands' few remaining coastal resources developed into more high-rise condominium timeshares or resort hotels to attend the Senate session in force.
Concerned citizens should meet on at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday July in front of the V.I. Legislature building. Please dress appropriately (no shorts or flip flops allowed).
We must stand up for our rights and show our unity to our elected officials. For further information about how you can help with this critical issue, call Alliance president Andrea King at 626-7294.

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