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PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
The Board of Adjustment of the Town of Westfield, New Jersey will meet on Monday April 13, 1998 in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey at 7: 30 p. m. to hear and consider the following appeals for variance from the requirements of the Westfield Land Use Ordinance: 1. John Colasanti, 246 Maryland Street
seeking permission to add a swimming pool (above ground) contrary to the requirements of Section 1003 (c) (1) (ll) (3) and (e) (1) (jj) (1) of the Land Use Ordinance. Maximum building coverage with deck and above ground pool violation of 24.6%. Ordinance requires 22%. Minimum swimming pool setback from right sideline of 10 feet. Ordinance requires 15 feet. 2. Robert and Kay Bohrod, 29 Carol Road
seeking permission to erect a deck in sideyard contrary to the requirements of Section 1003 (c) (1) (ll) (1) of the Land Use Ordinance. Proposed deck location in sideyard violation. Ordinance requires deck in rear yard. 3. Stephen and Anne M. Dyer, 540 Dudley
Court seeking permission to erect a 77 square foot kitchen addition contrary to the requirements of Section 1013 E. 4. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum rear yard setback violation of 28 feet. Ordinance requires 35 feet. 4. Judy Gordon Mentlik, 520 Mountain
Avenue seeking permission to erect a garage (detached) contrary to the requirements of Section 1013 E. 9. and 1003 (e) (1) (ll) (3) of the Land Use Ordinance. Maximum Building Coverage violation of 21.7%. Ordinance requires 20%. Maximum building coverage including a deck violation of 23.4%. Ordinance requires 22%. 5. Eugene and Louis Dedea, 421 North
Scotch Plains Avenue seeking permission to erect a building addition contrary to the requirements of Section 1014 E. 3. and E. 4. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum side yard violation of 9.65 feet. Ordinance requires 10 feet. Minimum rear yard violation of +- 21 feet. Ordinance requires 35 feet. 6. Lawrence and Carol Smith, 534 First
Street seeking permission to erect a bedroom addition contrary to the requirements of Section 1014 E. 4. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum rear yard violation of +- 22 feet. Ordinance requires 35 feet. 7. Needle Point Homes, 525 Elm Street
seeking permission to erect a one family dwelling contrary to the requirements of Section 1012 E. 3. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum side yard setbacks (two) violation of 5.33 feet and 5.96 feet. Ordinance requires 10 feet. 8. Douglas Brownstone, 418 Sanford Avenue seeking permission to erect a backyard deck contrary to the requirements
of Section 1003 (e) (1) (ll) (2) of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum rear yard for deck violation of +- 18.4 feet. Ordinance requires 25 feet. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matrisciano, 246
Virginia Street seeking permission to erect/ retain deck contrary to the requirements of Section 1014 E. 3. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum interior side yards (2) violation of 9.38 feet and 6.12 feet. Ordinance requires 10 feet. 10. William and Fina Leong, 705 Carleton
Road seeking permission to convert existing garage to interior space; construct building addition and detached garage contrary to the requirements of Section 1013 E. 9. of the Land Use Ordinance. Maximum building coverage violation of 21.99%. Ordinance requires 20%. 11. C. F. G. R., L. L. C., Central Avenue Lot
Nos. 20 through 24, Block No. 3205 a/ k/ a 515, 517, 521, 523, 527, 531 Central Avenue seeking permission to remove several existing buildings and construct a 56 unit mixed town house and apartment complex, on the corner of Central Avenue and Cacciola Place, on presently 5 lots, numbers 20 through 24 inclusive, which will presumably be merged into 1 lot. 12. First United Methodist Church of Westfield, One East Broad Street seeking
expansion of a non- conforming use by erecting an addition of elevator/ stairs tower. Section 407( d)( 4)( 2) of the Land Use Ordinance. 13. Robert and Kristine Riley, 225 Elizabeth
Avenue seeking permission to erect a two story addition contrary to the requirements of Section 1013 E. 3. of the Land Use Ordinance. Minimum interior sideyard violation of 5.2 feet. Ordinance requires 10 feet. Documentation of the above is on file in the office of the Town Engineer, 595 North Avenue, West, Westfield, New Jersey and may be seen Monday through Friday, 8: 30 a. m. to 4: 30 p. m.
Colleen Mayer, Secretary Board of Adjustment 1 T – 3/ 26/ 98, The Leader Fee: $99.45
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF ARTHUR L. HARDING, Deceased.
Pursuant to the order of ANN P. CONTI, Surrogate of the County of Union, made on the 20th day of March, A. D., 1998, upon the application of the undersigned, as Administrators of the estate of said deceased, notice is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirmation their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased within six months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber.
Barbara Dunn and Alan Dickson Administrators Nichols, Thomson, Peek & Phelan, Attorneys 210 Orchard Street Westfield, New Jersey 07091 1 T — 3/ 26/ 98, The Leader Fee: $22.44
SWEETHEART SCOUTS… Daisy and Brownie troops from McKinley Elementary School in Westfield recently made valentines as part of the "Valentines For Vets" project supported by the Washington Rock Girl Scout Council. Pictured, left to right, are: Cait Greene, Elizabeth Penczak, Eve Pomerantz, and Alexi Kuska. Hadassah to Mark 40 th Year
With Art and Crafts Show ANNIVERSARY SHOW… Geralyn Lichtenstein of Westfield is pictured with veteran artist Will Barnet, who created a limited edition serigraph to commemorate the 40 th anniversary of the founding of Westfield Hadassah and its first art show. This year's Fine Art and Crafts Show will be held at Temple Emanu- El, 756 East Broad Street in Westfield. The show and sale will be open to the public on Sunday, March 29, from noon to 9 p. m. Works including oils, watercolors, graphics, charcoals and sculpture, along with fine crafts and jewelry, will be featured. General admission is $3, $1.50 for senior citizens and free to students. For more information, please call (908) 233- 6531.
The Westfield Chapter of Hadassah has commissioned artist Will Barnet of New York to help celebrate its 40th Annual Fine Art and Crafts Show this Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 29.
The show will feature a "gallery" environment at Temple Emanu- El, 756 East Broad Street in Westfield. Fine crafts, including pottery, glass, Judaica, painted furniture and jewelry will be showcased, along with sculpture, and framed and unframed art from well known artists.
New Jersey and New York galleries, along with some individual artists, have been invited to set up their own "mini galleries" and display their best works.
Visitors will have an opportunity to stroll through the exhibit and stop by each gallery, according to spokeswoman Karen Rose.
Each gallery will have experts on hand to answer questions and provide further information about the artists and individual pieces.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the founding of Westfield Hadassah and the first art show, Mr.
Home Emergencies To be April 15 Topic of Lunch and Learn
The Westfield "Y" will present the second lecture of its spring series of Lunch and Learns for the Sixty and Better Set on Wednesday, April 15. The topic for this month is "Handling Home Emergencies."
Membership in the "Y" is not required to participate in this series. Attendees are asked to bring a bag lunch and a dessert to share with about four people, and the "Y" will provide the beverages.
All Lunch and Learns begin at 12: 30 p. m. at the Westfield "Y," 220 Clark Street, in Westfield. Please call (908) 233- 2700 to reserve a spot.
Recent Home Sales WESTFIELD
J. and C. N. Brendel, to Terrance J. and Karen T. Rooney, 720 Forest Avenue, $375,000
B. I. Panock and C. J. Oberdforf, to Juergen E. and Carol N. Brendel, 560 Lawrence Avenue, $467,000.
D. Weiss and R. Dunlap, to Robert F. and Jane W. Summers, 610 Raymond Street, $356,000.
R. F. and J. W. Summers, to Kim Catullo, 616 Kimball Avenue, $220,000.
S. and S. R. Benigni, to Kevin and Leslie Stock, 208 Baker Avenue, $329,500.
Estate of Martha Feakes, First Union National Bank, to LACMEJ L. L. C., c/ o Scott I. Schneider of Loeb & Loeb, 260 Prospect Street, $239,000.
T. and M. Horton, to Oscar O. and Mary H. Camacho, 736 West Broad Street, $190,000.
S. and S. O'Brien, to Ronald L. Rasmussen, 414 Westfield Avenue, $195,000.
Vestal Development Company, to Lois K. Shapiro, Trustee Pocomo Realty Trust II, 251 North Avenue, West, $1,850,000.
M. H. Winch, to Daniel J. Weiss and Rosemary Dunlap, 736 Harding Street, $200,000.
C. H. and M. Bergman, to Dennis J. and Helen A. Lysaght, 11 Marlin Court, $285,000.
A. S. Long, to Richard Lewis, Jr. and Deborah Charles Dreher, 635 Fairfield Circle, $250,000.
W. E. Elcome, Jr. and R. M. Elcome, to Christopher J. and Margaret Leahy, 521 Shackamaxon Drive, $290,000.
J. Villa, to Michael P. and Fran H. Bonadies, 4 Stoneleigh Park, $665,000.
A. M. and L. J. Czar, to Associates Relocation Management Co., Inc., 780 Norman Place, $424,000.
Association Relocation Management Co., to Jon and Debra Skolnick, 780 Norman Place, $424,000.
L. and C. Calabro, to Michael Mahoney, 237 Maryland Street (land), $110,000.
Residence at 343 LaGrande Avenue to Haydee Rolon from Michael J. DiStefano, $146,000.
Residence at 40 Jacobs Lane to Michael Mietlicki and Mary A. Mietlicki from Gleneagle Acres, $309,000.
Residence at 2235 Coles Avenue to Michael J. Hosmer, 3rd and Kim M. Hosmer from Jeffrey A. Harten, $220,000.
Residence at 392 Park View Drive to Marie T. Moore from Donald W. Bishop, $152,000.
Residence at 1400 Raritan Road to Nikolaos P. Souris and Eileen S. Souris from Orlando Santiago, $281,000.
Membership Underway For '98 Tennis Season
The Westfield Recreation Commission is now accepting membership for the 1998 tennis season which will commence on Saturday, May 23, and continue through Sunday, September 6. Membership is required to play on any town court during this period.
Use of the courts is restricted to Westfield residents only at the Tamaques Park and Elm Street courts.
Use of courts at Memorial Park is open to all membership holders. Rates are as follow:
The fees for residents are: family, $35; adult (age 18 and over), $25; junior (ages 13 to 17), $7; 12 and under, senior citizens and guest fees, $5.
For non- residents: family, $70; adult, $50; junior, $14; 12 and under and senior citizens, $10, and guest fees, $5.
For more information or to have a brochure mailed, please call the Westfield Recreation Office at (908) 789- 4080.
Garden Club to Hear Talk by Mr. Talcott
The Scotch Plains- Fanwood Garden Club has announced that Dean Talcott, Chairman of the Fanwood Environmental Commission and Nature Center groundskeeper, will present a program on Tuesday, April 14, at 7: 30 p. m.
The program will highlight the impact of the Fanwood Wildflower Project, the Nature Center care, and the planting of 1.5 acres of wildflowers in the PSE& G Company property adjacent to the Nature Center.
Mr. Talcott has worked with the Fanwood Environmental Commission since 1994 and became Chairman in 1996. He has been the Nature Center groundskeeper since 1995.
He has additionally been involved with the Fanwood Clean Communities Committee
and the Fanwood Holiday Decorating Committee. The program will be presented at the Community Meeting Room at the Fanwood train station, on the corner of North and Martine Avenues. For further information, please call Lee Licwinko at (908) 232- 4731.
Membership in the Garden Club is open to everyone. Please call Shirley Farkas at (908) 889- 6208 for membership information. Barnet has created a serigraph for show
donors. Mr. Barnet's work is exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum, among others. He was also commissioned to create the graphic for Westfield Hadassah's 20th anniversary show.
The Fine Art and Crafts Show serves as the primary means of fulfilling the Westfield chapter's commitment to Hadassah's projects, and over the years has helped medical researchers and physicians to achieve significant breakthroughs in health care, the spokeswoman said.
This year's event will debut with a preview champagne reception for patrons on March 28. It will be open to the public on March 29, from noon to 9 p. m.
Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for senior citizens, with students admitted free of charge. Lunch and snacks will be available.
For additional information about the show and the limited edition graphic, please call (908) 233- 6531.
Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.
— Mahatma Gandhi