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Town Meeting with Police Officials Set for Monday

The Police Department is inviting St. John residents to a town meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Legislature Building in Cruz Bay.
Police Commissioner Elton Lewis said in a release issued on Wednesday that he hopes residents will come out to meet him and his staff – and provide input on ways to improve police services on St. John and throughout the territory.

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The Police Department is inviting St. John residents to a town meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Legislature Building in Cruz Bay.
Police Commissioner Elton Lewis said in a release issued on Wednesday that he hopes residents will come out to meet him and his staff – and provide input on ways to improve police services on St. John and throughout the territory.