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Downtown Revitalization Inc. Annual Meeting Open to Public

The public is invited to attend the Downtown Revitalization
Inc. (DRI) annual meeting and town meeting entitled: "When We All Come Together. . ." at 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 31, in the
Lockhart Elementary School cafetorium. The public is invited to come and hear informational updates on the progress being achieved and goals in the five major areas where revitalization is taking place.
These areas include: 1) parking and traffic control; 2) harbor transportation; 3) mixed-use development; 4) public safety; 5)
beautification and historic preservation.
The public’s participation in this important project is vital to the revitalization and enhancement of the downtown area being the area from Havensight and Sugar Estate (East) to Frenchtown (west) and the harbor (south) to Downstreet, Savan, Garden Street, Hospital Ground and Polyberg (north).
DRI meets regularly to discuss the progress of the work being undertaken to revitalize the appearance and attraction of Charlotte Amalie while simultaneously developing and strengthening the infrastructure that will support the future growth of this area. Representatives from local businesses and surrounding residential areas are strongly encouraged to join in and share ideas and concerns so that the revitalization of this area will not only represent what DRI can do when everyone comes together, but will also provide the best possible combination of economic and social benefits for the entire community.
Attendees can become a member of DRI during the registration process. Minimum member contributions are: individual memberships–$5, corporate memberships–$100 and non-profit organization memberships–$10. Anyone wishing to vote for the proposed slate of 2012 DRI directors must be a paid member. Memberships may be paid at registration desk.

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The public is invited to attend the Downtown Revitalization
Inc. (DRI) annual meeting and town meeting entitled: "When We All Come Together. . ." at 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 31, in the
Lockhart Elementary School cafetorium. The public is invited to come and hear informational updates on the progress being achieved and goals in the five major areas where revitalization is taking place.
These areas include: 1) parking and traffic control; 2) harbor transportation; 3) mixed-use development; 4) public safety; 5)
beautification and historic preservation.
The public's participation in this important project is vital to the revitalization and enhancement of the downtown area being the area from Havensight and Sugar Estate (East) to Frenchtown (west) and the harbor (south) to Downstreet, Savan, Garden Street, Hospital Ground and Polyberg (north).
DRI meets regularly to discuss the progress of the work being undertaken to revitalize the appearance and attraction of Charlotte Amalie while simultaneously developing and strengthening the infrastructure that will support the future growth of this area. Representatives from local businesses and surrounding residential areas are strongly encouraged to join in and share ideas and concerns so that the revitalization of this area will not only represent what DRI can do when everyone comes together, but will also provide the best possible combination of economic and social benefits for the entire community.
Attendees can become a member of DRI during the registration process. Minimum member contributions are: individual memberships--$5, corporate memberships--$100 and non-profit organization memberships--$10. Anyone wishing to vote for the proposed slate of 2012 DRI directors must be a paid member. Memberships may be paid at registration desk.