Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper FEB 24, 2000
Three-Year Limit on Collection Of Parking Fines is Now Law
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THE EAGLE HAS LANDED…A wooden float in the form of an eagle was hand-crafted by firemen at the Mountainside Fire Station to mark the 100th anniversary of the Borough of Mountainside in 1995. The eagle, which is usually housed inside the fire house, was temporarily moved outside because repairs were being done to the fire station.
Westfield:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Four Vie For Westfield School Bd. Seats
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Union County and State:
Mayors Get Update on Animal Shelter Costs; Open Space Taxes Are Due Out Next Month
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Tom Kean and Assemblyman Joel Weingarten Leading Endorsement Battle in Union County
Editorial: "Host of Questions Need to be Answered Before Public Can Support School Plan"; "SP-F Committee Discussing Shared Resources Welcome Idea to Tax-Weary Local Public"
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OOMPH! THAT’S GOT TO HURT! …Blue Devil heavyweight Nick Clark rolls over Eagle Nick Kilroy’s head in the bout with Edison. After quite a battle, Kilroy eked out an 8-6 decision. See another picture on page 16.
The Week In Sports: WRESTLING: Raiders Stumble in Sections & Nutley Matmen Win, 40-28; Blue Devils Get Snared by Eagles Then Tame RC Lion Matmen; Highlander Matmen Flatten Chatham, Union, Elizabeth
SWIM: Westfield Boys Win North Sectional and  Head For Showdown With BridgeH2O; Section Champion Devils Will Face  Pirate Girls

PEN AND INK
‘‘Oscar’s Nominees for Best Original Song Should Be Tough Choice Minus South Park"
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Joan Miro
(1893-1983)

TAKE THE STAGE
Venue for Function Ten Production Causes Group To ‘Miss the Mark’
POPCORN
'The Beach'
Paradise Lost...Again
A WORD OR TWO
'Proposed Cultural Arts, Community Center Placed On Back Burner As WF Council, BOE  Hammer Out Budgets'
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LOCAL HEROES…FW Assistant Fire Chief Len Watt, Lt. Jason Lowrey and firefighter Marc Gottlick were among the honorees last week when Father John S. Nelligan Council No. 5730 of the Knights of Columbus of Scotch Plains and Fanwood presented its annual Shield Awards to police, fire and rescue squad personnel. The firefighters rescued residents trapped by flood waters of Tropical Storm Floyd last September. Pictured, left to right, are: Firefighter Gottlick, Fire Chief John Piccola, Lt. Lowrey and Assistant Chief Watt.

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The Westfield Leader - PO Box 250, 50 Elm St., Westfield, NJ 07091, 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473
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