So what, it’s not their money

FERRY_FENCEApparently fearing terrorists have identified the old car barge port as an easy target, the Transportation Safety Administration has agreed to pay $60,000 for  to install fencing at the terminal. Locals know it as The Creek; it's on the waterfront, across from Nature's Nook.

The Virgin Islands Port Authority approved a contract for the project at its meeting this week, the St. John Source reported.

This picture here is of similar fencing at the Cruz Bay ferry dock which does a fine job keeping people from walking directly from the ticket office to the ferries.  It does nothing to block anyone in a dinghy, on either side of the dock, getting to shore or the boats.

4 thoughts on “So what, it’s not their money”

  1. You expected common sense from Thousands Standing Around?? Try using a VI driver’s license (not recently) to get through security in Boston. Three of them thought it was from another country, and had a HUGE problem with our expired passports and the fact that we had “foreign” driver’s licenses. Off to secondary inspection and search. It’s a full employment act, with 25% tax free COLA for the gang down here.

  2. TSA installing the fence now goes perfectly well with the nonexistence plans the VIPA has for the area.
    For St. Thomian
    After moving to NC from the USVI my VI drivers license was snatched up by an employee there for his collection of foreign licenses!

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