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Community Center / Entertainment / Virgin Islands / December 4, 2014

The Virgin Islands Police Department is currently issuing Vendor Placement Permits for Crucian Christmas Carnival 2014-2015, now through December 20. Those seeking permits are asked to present their vendor’s license and health card when applying.

Police say vendors outside the main Frederiksted Carnival Village, with the exception of Food Fair vendors on December 30, are required to have a permit in order to operate. In addition, vendors using trucks and vans must have them inspected by the Department of Health before applying for a permit.

For more information, see Sgt. Cecil Gumbs at the Frederiksted Bike Unit in Frederiksted town between the hours of noon and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call and leave a message at (340) 719-5410.


Photo Credit: Crucian Christmas Carnival Facebook


Ernice Gilbert
I wear many hats, I suppose, but the one which fits me best would be journalism, second to that would be radio personality, thirdly singer/songwriter and down the line. I've been the Editor-In-Chief at my videogames website, Gamesthirst, for over 5 years, writing over 7,000 articles and more than 2 million words. I'm also very passionate about where I live, the United States Virgin Islands, and I'm intent on making it a better place by being resourceful and keeping our leaders honest. VI Consortium was birthed out of said desire, hopefully my efforts bear fruit. Reach me at [email protected].

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