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Reader Cautions Us to Avoid Fire While Fire Station is Closed

Attention to all elected officials and citizens on the west end and northside: please avoid fire at all costs for a little longer while we try to figure out our priorities concerning funding for our fire stations. By the way, look for a new fire station on the west end very soon! Ground breaking around election time. Sorry for the inconvenience, the VI government is trying to put out one fire at a time. Please stand by….
Jason Budsan
St. Thomas

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