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June 13, 2005 – The Department of Public Works will be paving Route 20 on St. John from the vicinity of Mongoose Junction to the Post Office.
Acting Commissioner George W. Phillips, in a press release, said the work would begin on June 20.
According to the release, Public Works will also be paving Route 10 from First Bank to Enighed Lane and Route 201 from the vicinity of W & W Fast Food to the Texaco Service Station intersection.
"We regret the inconvenience this work may cause but in the end, St. John roads and streets will be much improved," Phillips said.
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June 13, 2005 – The Department of Public Works will be paving Route 20 on St. John from the vicinity of Mongoose Junction to the Post Office.
Acting Commissioner George W. Phillips, in a press release, said the work would begin on June 20.
According to the release, Public Works will also be paving Route 10 from First Bank to Enighed Lane and Route 201 from the vicinity of W & W Fast Food to the Texaco Service Station intersection.
"We regret the inconvenience this work may cause but in the end, St. John roads and streets will be much improved," Phillips said.
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