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Main Street to Close Monday Night for Paving

Main Street in Charlotte Amalie will be closed for about three hours Monday evening so that paving crews from the Department of Public Works can patch the surface, DPW Commissioner Gustav James announced.

Crews from DPW will work on Main Street, also known as Dronningens Gade, between Market Square and the Grand Hotel area at Tolbod Gade, according to the statement issued by Thursday.

"We’ve notified our partners in the downtown area and we will reopen the street at 9 p.m. on Monday … to allow for the return of regular access and traffic," James said.

The commissioner advised all residents and business owners and employees to explore alternative routes for Monday evening.

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Main Street in Charlotte Amalie will be closed for about three hours Monday evening so that paving crews from the Department of Public Works can patch the surface, DPW Commissioner Gustav James announced.

Crews from DPW will work on Main Street, also known as Dronningens Gade, between Market Square and the Grand Hotel area at Tolbod Gade, according to the statement issued by Thursday.

"We've notified our partners in the downtown area and we will reopen the street at 9 p.m. on Monday ... to allow for the return of regular access and traffic," James said.

The commissioner advised all residents and business owners and employees to explore alternative routes for Monday evening.