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June 18, 2009

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Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Planning Bd. OKs Seneca Place Subdivision
dot.jpg (865 bytes) McKinley School Celebrates 100 Years
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Brennan, GOP Spar Over Timing of Enviro. Policy
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Saves Police Position Before Vote
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lawsuit Against Former Mayor Is Dismissed
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council OKs SID Budget; No Rise In SID Taxes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) New SP Manager Marion To Focus on Operations
Cranford:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC to Vote on Replacing Bridge
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) GW Opts Not to Shut School for '09-10 Year
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board Tables Vote on Master Plan
Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) UC to Expand Operations, Fees for Towing, Storing
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Avalon Bay Developer Discusses Roselle Park Suit
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lance Co-Sponsors Bill to Audit Federal Reserve


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Editorial: This Father’s Day, Remember Dad Editorial: County Should Stay Out of Towing Business

QUALIFIES...Blue Devil senior Josh Einbinder, front, finished fourth in the 800 meters at the North Jersey, Group 4, Section 2 championships to qualify for the  championships.
Week In Sports: Raider Track Girls Repeated As Watchung C. Champions; Blue Devil Track Boys Took Strong ‘Strides’ for Success; Lady Track Devils Searched, Found ‘Diamonds in Rough’; Lady Blue Devils Finish Lacrosse Season - Photos

"SPFHS student says 'Hello' to Google"

AUTISM SPEAKS:
SP teen produces, organizes benefit
FINALE BREWED STRONG:
Wainwright offers 'rediscovery'
LOVE (AWKWARDLY): 
Alumni write theatrical production
STRUNG OUT:
Workshop offers many musical choices
POPCORN
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The Hangover: Pounds with Lingering Laughter
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CENTURY...Students parade with parents, teachers and politicians last Saturday celebrating the 100th anniversary of McKinley Elementary School in Westfield.
Devil's Den: It Was a Pretty Good Year, And Things May Get Better

Government Reform Thought: Following up on Assemblyman Jon Bramnick's proposal for unannounced audits of all levels of government and agencies, we call for our state to work with surrounding states such as New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware, where by auditors, who have never seen the books of other states, are the ones conducting the reviews. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

Links to individual newspaper pages of this week, if exists:
The Westfield Leader & The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times
PO Box 250, 251 North Ave. West, Westfield, NJ 07091
Tel 908 232-4407; fax 908 232-0473 contact

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