The V.I. Water and Power Authority has scheduled service interruption to a small section of St. Thomas feeder 7D on Friday, July 7, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Service will be interrupted to customers in the Frydendahl and Coki Point areas, while crews transfer lines to new poles.
While the work is in progress on Coki Point Road, motorists in the area are advised to use extreme caution and to observe traffic directions for the safety of the crews and the public.
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Sharing his thoughts at a Tuesday press conference, V.I. Interscholastic Athletic Association President Mark Daniel said that the tournament has continued to grow over the years, and this time around features 11 men’s teams, including, for the first time, teams from three different schools in the British Virgin Islands: Bregado Flex Educational Centre, Elmore Stoutt High School and the V.I. School of Technical Studies. ... See MoreSee Less
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