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Charlotte Amalie
Saturday, June 3, 2023
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Complaining 365 Days a Year

Dear Source:
I've been reading the options of other readers about the Airfares to St.X. A friend of mine emailed the specials to me and recommended that I fly to St.T then take the seaplane or boat home. I thought to myself, why should I have to pay any extra expense when AA can do a direct flight, better yet, AA could stop in ST.T then hop over to ST.X. Trust you and I, the plane would always be full in the summer time.
To my fellow Cruzans, I realize the Source is a great place to express opinions, but our opinions may need some extra attention to the appropriate peoples. I think we all need to express them to the Governor's office and Tourism, EVERY SINGLE DAY until something is done. Gather some friends from where you live on the main land and send a bag or two of snail-mail. I would recommend e-mail, but eventually they may have it blocked as spam. Send it to the Governor's office and Tourism EVERYDAY/365 days a week. This ought to get some attention if not some extra funding to the Post Master. But seriously, in order to have our complaints heard they should be directed appropriately.
I want to fly home on a special just like the next Cruzan dying to be home and soak in our crystal clear waters for a moment. There is power in numbers.
Kimberly Samuel
Washington, D.C.

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