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Local Officials Respond to State Shutdown, Discuss Impact


ENDORSEMENT…The Service Employee International Union (SEIU) endorsed Senator Robert Menendez on Monday, July 10, at the Westfield Community Center. Mr. Menendez toured the nursing home and was “glad to be in Westfield.” When asked by The Westfield Leader why he visited the town, he said, “Tom Kean Jr. invited us here today to come to Westfield, so we did.”

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Passes Ordinances, Increases Fees
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Rec. Dept. Addresses Soccer, Pool Renovation
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Former Resident Davy Named NJDOE Head
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Sierra Leone Releases Chemidlin
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FW Tax Bills Delayed; State Aid Sought
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Approves Jerseyland Expansion
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fanwood Council OK’s Stagaard Place Rezoning
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board OKs Permits For JCC, Limousine Service
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Discusses Library Funding Bill
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Discusses Sidewalk Repair Delay

Editorials: Now That the World Cup Is Over, Let’s Get to the Real Sports
It’s Sidewalk Dining Time – One of Our Favorites
Trenton Versus Atlantic City – ‘Sin-a-Schism’

 

USING A LITTLE “BILLY BALL”...Westfield White’s Jake Harris laid down a bunt single in the Cal Ripken District 12 game against North Elizabeth. Several Westfield players used bunt-and-run maneuvers to combat a flame-throwing pitcher.
Sports: SPF 9s Clip Westfield White, Win Roselle Park Tourney; N. Elizabeth Nips WF White In Cal Ripken 12s Semis; Cranford 12s Stop SPF In Ripken District 12 Tourney; St. Mark Men Bag Joe Boys In 8 Inning Showdown; WF White 9s Rock SPF Blue In Cal Ripken Districts; Watson Score Twice in 7th, Sting Russell Softballers; Deegan Roofing Softballers Win Dick Archer Tournament: Photos


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Drama, Drama, Drama

Premiere Acting: Kean U. Premieres Dark Part of the Forest
Cracking the Code: K of C Separates Da Vinci Code’s Fact From Fiction
Vic's Picks: A Pirates’ Score for Me
Popcorn: The Devil Wears Prada - Wicked by Design
Home & Garden: The Wonderful World Of Wallpaper
Russian Folk: Russian Carnival Ensemble Plays at Methodist Church
Independence Day Prelude: Community Band Entertains
Reading and More
: Check Out More Than Books at the MS Library

CAR SHOW SUNDAYHaving fun Tuesday night during the Jazz Night, Naomi McElynn and Jenny Subjack of the Westfield Chamber of Commerce let onlookers know of the car show this coming Sunday from noon until 5 p.m.


PAVING THE WAY…A crew repaves a section of North Avenue. Total efforts will repave the street from the East Broad Street intersection in Westfield to Terrill Road in Scotch Plains.

After the state-shutdown budget fiasco, we suggest that the government be required to publish the proposed budget on the Internet and make it available to all citizens for a month before the legislators and governor vote to adopt it. We also demand an end to the disgraceful last-minute Pork. - See detail and provide your thoughts.


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