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ST. JOHN VIEWS SOUGHT ON HOMELAND SECURITY

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Sept. 10, 2003 — With homeland security a major issue in today's world, Delegate Donna M. Christensen will host a town meeting Friday in Cruz Bay to discuss the subject with St. John residents.
It will be held at 6 p.m. at the Legislature Building.
"She's giving St. Johnians a chance to come out and voice their opinions," said Aldria Wade, who staffs the delegate's St. John office.
Christensen, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, said in a release that she and her colleagues want to hear about homeland security concerns from "everyday" people around the country.
"Different communities have different needs," Christensen said.
The delegate hosted forums Aug. 11 on St. Thomas and Aug. 13 on St. Croix to get feedback from the communities there. Now, she said, it's St. John residents' turn to address concerns specific to their island.
For more information about the meeting, call Ed DeLagarde in the delegate's St. Thomas office at 774-4408 or Wade on St. John at 776-1212.

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