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SID Steering Committee Cannot Agree on Development


INTENSE...Members of the Scotch Plains committee to review options for forming a Special Improvement District in the downtown met on February 3. Pictured, above, are: Seymour Stein, CEO of Executive Suites; Councilwoman Nancy Malool and former SP Mayor Irene Schmidt.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Residents Raise Development Status Queries
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lighted Lord & Taylor Crosswalk Considered
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Curriculum, Personnel Issues Faced BOE
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd. OKs Elm Street Subdivision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lee House Cited for Historical Preservation
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Legacy of Michael Rossi Explored in Interview
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Shuttle Bus Service Plans Nixed by Council
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Planning Bd. Elects New Slate of Officers
Political/Regional:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Rajoppi Aids County Budget by $12 Million
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Scutari to Vice Chair Senate Education Comm.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Green Named Asm. Deputy Speaker Pro-Tem
Editorial: We Can and Must Control Our Driving Habits Throughout the State
Educator of the WeekMaria Broaddus, Fourth Grade Teacher, Franklin Elementary School, WF

TAKING CONTROL...Blue Devil forwards Bryan Power, No. 15, and Joe Korfmacher, No. 22, played a tough defensive game against the Raiders.
Sports Headlines: Raider Boys Come Back; Nip Blue Devil Hoopmen; Farmers Win Key Bouts; Nip Blue Devil Wrestlers; Blue Devil Cagers Tranquilize Cougar Boys 



Doris Miller assembles collage 

ART SERIES: Westfield Art Assoc. Outreach Program Teaches Collage to Seniors
ON EXHIBIT: Tomasulo Gallery, NJCVA: The Tale of Two Gallery Exhibitions
MY TAKE ON IT: Halftime Hijinks Were Not Offensive
ON STAGE: Trauma, Grit Came With Mr. Green Visit

 


BUMPS AND GOUGES...Speed bumps result in surprises to drivers on Westfield streets, including South Chestnut Street, Benson Place and Gallows Hill Road. Some drivers report going "airborne" while traveling 25 miles-per-hour. Pictured, a car gingerly crosses over a speed bump, while gouge marks in the pavement are evident.
Popcorn: Win A Date With Tad Hamilton: Worth the Gamble 

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