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Brief: Christensen Asks Callers to Use Alternate Phone Number

June 19, 2007 — Because of continuing problems with telephone access to her St. Croix office number, Delegate Donna Christensen asks anyone wishing to contact the St. Croix office to call 778-6129 instead of 778-5900 until further notice.
"This problem has been ongoing for some time and we are not sure when it will be resolved," Christensen said, in a release from her Washington office. "We are advising those wishing to contact us by phone to call 778-6129 until the problem is resolved." People can also call the St. Thomas number, 774-4408.

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June 19, 2007 -- Because of continuing problems with telephone access to her St. Croix office number, Delegate Donna Christensen asks anyone wishing to contact the St. Croix office to call 778-6129 instead of 778-5900 until further notice.
"This problem has been ongoing for some time and we are not sure when it will be resolved," Christensen said, in a release from her Washington office. "We are advising those wishing to contact us by phone to call 778-6129 until the problem is resolved." People can also call the St. Thomas number, 774-4408.

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