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Liberty VI Starts Fiber Network Construction at Estate Barren Spot 

Liberty VI announced a six-week fiber installation project at Estate Barren Spot. (Submitted photo)
Liberty VI announced a six-week fiber installation project at Estate Barren Spot. (Submitted photo)

Liberty VI announced it will start working on a fiber installation project at Estate Barren Spot in St. Croix which will bring fiber connectivity and improve broadband service within that area.

According to a press release, the project is scheduled to begin during the upcoming week, and is planned to take approximately six weeks to complete.

Work will take place along Route 709 encompassing Estate Barren Spot and will take place on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The job will be performed with minimal traffic impact. However, residents and drivers within the area should expect delays due to lane and partial road closures and must exercise caution. Estate Barren Spot residents are encouraged to park their vehicles on their properties and not on the street to avoid obstructions or possible damage, according to the release.

“As we acquire the necessary permits, we are moving forward with our Fiber to the Home construction projects so more locations in the territory can have access to our fiber fast internet,” said Ravindra Maywahlall, general manager of Liberty VI. “We will continue informing V.I. consumers about the next areas where we will schedule Fiber to the Home construction projects, as additional permits are approved.”

Updates on upcoming projects can be viewed at https://www.libertyvi.com/news.

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