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FOUR NOMINEES ON ST. THOMAS TO HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Gov. Charles W. Turnbull has officially released the names of four nominees to serve on the Historic Preservation Commission on St.Thomas.
If confirmed, the four will serve two-year terms.
In St. Thomas the nominees are:
— Etienne R. Bertrand, succeeding George "Carlito" Kean whose term expired in January 1998.
— Chaneel Callwood-Daniels, succeeding Felipe Ayala Jr. whose term expired in January 1998.
— Mabel J. Maduro to succeed Edith DeJongh Woods whose term expired in January 1998.
— Ruth Moolenaar, succeeding Philip Sturm whose term expired in September 1998.
Bertrand is an architect and a senior vice-president of Lockhart Caribbean Corp.
Daniels, an architectural historian, is a part-time instructor in the pre-engineering program at the University of the Virgin Islands.
Maduro is the executive director for the V.I. Tourism Awareness and Advancement Link — known as VITAAL.
Moolenaar, a retired educator, is active in the League of Women Voters and the Law Enforcement Planning Commission advisory board.
The nominees' names have been sent to the Legislature for approval.

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