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Alert: Vehicles Parked on Palm Strade Must be Moved

March 29, 2006, 12:50 p.m. – The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority is asking all St. Thomas vehicle owners who presently have their vehicles parked on Palm Strade (Long Path) to move their vehicles immediately.
Water personnel must fix a broken water mainline in the area and will be unable to access the line to turn off the leaking water and make the repairs until the cars are removed.
The Authority will appreciate a quick response from vehicle owners to this emergency request.

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March 29, 2006, 12:50 p.m. - The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority is asking all St. Thomas vehicle owners who presently have their vehicles parked on Palm Strade (Long Path) to move their vehicles immediately.
Water personnel must fix a broken water mainline in the area and will be unable to access the line to turn off the leaking water and make the repairs until the cars are removed.
The Authority will appreciate a quick response from vehicle owners to this emergency request.