Approximately four customers on St. Thomas Feeder 6B will experience an electrical service interruption while crews replace a pole at the Capitol Building from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 23, according to the V.I. Water and Power Authority.
While work is being performed, vehicular traffic will be reduced to one lane. Motorists traversing the area are asked to proceed with caution and adhere to traffic directions for the safety of crews, pedestrians and other drivers.
WAPA assures customers that every effort will be made to restore electrical service and vehicular traffic, as quickly as possible.
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NATURAL MYSTIC - backlit by a late afternoon sun, members of Earth Mama's Pan African Dance Company perform at the St. Thomas-St. John Agriculture Fair. The fair takes place in a new location, at the Bordeaux Farms Pavillion. Saturday displays included rabbits, silkie chickens and a turtle in the petting farm, lemongrass, squash, tomatoes and watermelon. Chef Ashley Allen demonstrated turkey carving. Jason Budsan from the St. Thomas-St. John Environmental Association showed how layering mulch from storm debris and sargasso seaweed makes great compost. There was also a coal pot lighting contest at sunset. More fun to come on Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less
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