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Anti-SID Petition Circulated Among SP Property Owners

AN INSTITUTION CLOSING...J&M Market on Mountain Avenue in Mountainside is closing its doors after over 35 years of business. Frank and Ray DeRose own the building and are reported to be seeking new business opportunities.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Expected to Ask for Scaled Back Plans 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Decision on Ward Proposal Expected Soon
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Firms Debate Projected Traffic Counts on Deck
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Subdivision Cooperation Prevents Shoehorning
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Zoning Chairman Concerned With Approvals 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Debates Pay Increase for Poll Workers
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Mayors Participate in 'People to People' Forum
dot.jpg (865 bytes) After 33 years, SP Police Chief Nelson Retires
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Receives $37,000 Grant for Public Library
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Four Candidates Vie for Three BOE Seats
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Steve Brozak Readies Run Against Ferguson  
dot.jpg (865 bytes) A Bit of Revolutionary History on Kirkview
Editorial: Westfield History Museum Is a Reeve Idea of Top Priority

NOT ALWAYS GETTING IT RIGHT...Sean Smith has been Mr. Versatility for the Raiders.

Sports Headlines: Raider Track Boys to Succeed With Versatility and Veterans; Blue Devil Golfers Will Be 'Team to Beat' This Year; Blue Devil Tennis Boys Seek to Resume Last Year's Roll.

STAGE: Pippin Created Magic at UCHS in SP
ART: SP Resident Cole Defies Gravity; Guild Offers Fiber Quilt Exhibition

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RED LIGHT STOP, GREEN LIGHT GO...Town Council members and residents listened as the traffic studies were presented regarding the proposed redevelopment projects at Prospect and Elm Streets and South Avenue.
Popcorn: Jersey Girl: Fails to Make a State-Ment

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