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July 16, 2009

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Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Hely Takes Oath As Newest Judge on Superior Court
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lincoln School Meets Goals As It Concludes 1st Year
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Council Acts On Storm Sewers, Adjusts SID
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Area Teachers Learn to ‘Go Green’ at Boot Camp
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board of Ed. Makes Staff Changes
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) School Board Approves Fees for Pre-K
Region:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) RVSA Grants Raises, Costs Rise; Gypsum Closes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Hyatt Hills Golf Complex Sale Is ‘Status Quo’
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Scutari, Stender Push for Use of ‘Safer’ Chemicals
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Downturn In Economy Impacting Activity at Ports
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Christie Selects Monmouth Sheriff for Lt. Gov. Post
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RS Fires Worker; Fails to Rescind Merger With RP


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Editorial: Does Having AAA Rating From S&P Make Town a Target?

Editorial: The Unknown Taxpayer, ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’


WILD PLAY AT SECOND BASE...Westfield White 9s shortstop Mark Walter nearly falls over Warren All-Star Matt Roth when he slides safely into second base as centerfielder Brice Dannivig looks on.
 
Week In Sports: St. Matthew Men Sneak Past St. Joseph Softball Men; Westfield White 9s Score Late To Top Warren All-Stars; Poplar Place Men Walk Past Midway Softball Men; Readington Rebel 12s Reject Westfield Blue Baseballers; Investors Savings Score Early To Stop Deegan Roofing - Photos

"They will have vengeance"

'ATTEND THE TALE OF SWEENEY TODD':
And enjoy the efforts of talented youth actors and actresses
SP-F CONNECTION TO SWEENEY TODD:
16-year-old SPFHS student tells of experience
THE SOUND AND THE FURY:
WSO readies for year 2 of 2 in Sound Partnerships
WORK SHOP OF HORRORS:
Summer Stage Theater Presents 'Little Shop'
TEMPLE CONCERT:
NJWA Symphony Orchestra performs classics, Bach tonight


PRIDE AND JOY...Scotch Plains resident Vince DeLisi displays his Depot Hack, a 1922 Model T. He bought the chassis years ago but built the body in 1988. “A real man would crank it to start it, but I use the electric starter,” Mr. DeLisi said. He won an award at the July 14’s Cruisin Night in Fanwood. Bridgewater’s Tara Reddy with her 1969 Mercury Cougar and South Plainfield’s Dave Hackett with his 1973 Plymouth Barracuda also took home trophies.
 

Government Reform Thought: County and municipal governments should have public hearings on ordinances on first reading with a comments period for second readings. Currently, the public comments at a public hearing just 
before a governing body votes, thus giving little to no time for elected officials to digest what the public is saying. -
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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