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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - 03jul10 Download Newspaper
This is Westfield 2003 The Westfield Leader office relocated to 251 North Ave.
Union County Euthanizes Geese to Control Population 


GAGGLES OF GEESE...A gaggle of geese are pictured through Mindowaskin Park in Westfield. Union County officials recently initiated a program which called for the euthanization of geese in order to control the population at several parks in the area.
Westfield: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Prospect St. Subdivision Raises Enviro. Issues
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Recapping Town's Parking Crunch Over Yrs. 
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council to Regulate Parking Around HS
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Temple, Church Benefit from Sharing Space   
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Muhlenberg Hospital Faces Long Range Plans
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Michael Ross Named New FW Tax Assessor
Mountainside: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Schaller Resigns from School Admin. Post
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Signs, Banners, Vehicle Sales to Be Enforced
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Damage May Delay Beechwood Construction
County/Regional/Political:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Danielle's Law Approved by Assembly 
Editorial: Animals Love It Here in New Jersey, Which Is A Good Thing, Mostly; Closure of Muhlenberg Hospital Should Not Be Allowed to Happen; A Weather Break for Everyone Brings Area to Holiday Standstill. 

PROUD TO BE HECKLERS....These three amigos participate in the spectator portion of nearly every men's softball game that occurs at Brookside Park in Scotch Plains. 
The Week In Sports: UC Correction Men Stagger UC Policemen; SP Cobra Softballers Tripped By Berkeley Heights Girls; Trinity Electric Men Mangle Mortarulo Mason Men



ART: Artist at Night, Groundskeeper at Day - Stanislas Retinger; Pastor Preaches Variety Of Art at Clark Gallery
THEATER: Dilzell Sisters Thrive In WF Summer Workshop
MUSIC: Free Patriotic NJSO Concert Pays Off 
PEN & INK: Of Gnomes And Roses: Maintaining A Garden Is Therapeutic


SHARING SPACE...Temple Sholom, formerly located in Plainfield will share space at the FW Presbyterian Church before an eventual move to Scotch Plains. Temple President Susan Weisman and Pastor Robert Snell, pictured, above, anticipate the move.
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