CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK
Spirited Viking Boys Pound Crusader Cagers, 71-49
Oozing confidence after defeating Roselle Catholic, the Union Catholic High School boys basketball team were downright inhospitable to the visiting A. L. Johnson Crusaders and slapped a 71-49 defeat upon them. Senior Carlos Jefferson fired in 18 points to lead the Vikings.
Senior Kwaku Morgan incited a 25-point first quarter by hitting three three-pointers and all 11 of his points. The Vikings continued their dominance and took a commanding, 39
20, lead at the half. Jefferson hit seventy percent of his field goals and sank four foul shots. Also, he exhibited his quickness by making six steals. Smith contributed eight assists.
Seniors Eric Conrad and Matt Karasiewicz both sank seven points, senior Frantzuo Simon and juniors Chris Gainey and Alan Aine put in six points apiece and sophomore Joey Green tossed in five. Junior Steve Benton scored three points and senior Darrek Levine had two.
The Vikings upped their record to 5-2 and proved that they could be a factor in the Mountain Valley Conference. Brian Kovolinsky sank 17 points for the Crusaders who dropped to 2-5.
A. L. Johnson 10 10 12 17 49 Union Catholic 25 14 16 16 71
Raider Boys Hold Off Indian Cagers, 57-54
Leading 30-13 at the half and 4624 at the end of the third quarter, the Scotch Plains-Fanwood boys basketball team napped and nearly reenacted the fable of “The Tortoise and the Hare” but woke up in time to defeat Rahway, 57-54, in scotch Plains on January 12. Raider senior Bennie Martinez hit for 22 points.
James Allen Osborne put in 10 of his 14 points in the first half to help give the Raiders their extended lead.
The Indians rose up and scored 30 points in the final quarter, but Martinez doused their flare by sinking two free throws in the waning moments.
Junior Ron Jenerette sank eight points, Steve Simms pushed in seven, and Dave Herrmann and Rich Brown added two points each for the Raiders.
The Raiders lifted their record to 5-4 while the Indians lowered to 3-4.
Rahway 5 8 11 30 54 Sc PlnsFanwood 18 12 16 11 57
Immaculata HS Girls Sting Governor Livingston, 27-26
The Governor Livingston girls basketball team suffered their first loss at the hands of Immaculata, 2726, in Berkeley Heights on January 12. A dry scoring fourth quarter for the Highlanders made the difference.
Playing a very cagey first half, Immaculata took a 13-9 lead into the
locker room. The Highlanders came out strong and burst to a 12-4 run in the third to carry a four-point edge into the final quarter.
Jen Calabrese put the Highlanders ahead 26-25 when she hit both of her free throws with 2:30 remaining. Robin Mattesich hit a jumper with 1:00 left to give Immaculata the final lead.
Calabrese pushed in nine points for the Highlanders, Lauren Kobel hit for six, Alison Kobel scored four and Heather Kantorek added three. Mattesich of Immaculata led all scoring with 12.
The victory upped Immaculata’s record to 6-1 and put them in the driver’s seat in the Mountain Valley Conference Mountain Division. The Highlanders slipped to 6-1.
Immaculata 8 5 4 10 27 Gov. Livingston 5 4 12 5 26
Blue Devils Crack Nutley Boys, 52-35
Senior Pete Anzelone took the offensive reins in the third quarter, scoring nine points, to rouse the Westfield High School boys basketball team to a 52-35 victory over the Nutley Raiders in Nutley on January 11. Anzelone finished with 12 points.
The Blue Devils overcame a 18-16 halftime deficit by out-scoring the Raiders 19-10 in the third. Afterwards, the Blue Devil offense smothered Nutley and totally cracked their defense with a 17-7 fourth-quarter run.
Senior Maurice Boatwright sank seven of his game-high 16 points in the final quarter. Center Tom Langton pushed in 12 points, Mathew Rosen hit for five, Larry Persky sank four and Jeff Weber scored two points for the Blue Devils who improved to 2-6.
Westfield 12 4 19 1‘ 7 52 Nutley (07) 12 6 10 7 35
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
BOROUGH OF FANWOOD
The Bond Ordinance published herewith 99-02-S was introduced and passed upon first reading at the meeting of Council of the Borough of Fanwood in the County of Union, New Jersey, held on January 13, 1999. It will be further considered for final passage, after public hearing thereon, at a meeting of said Council on February 11, 1999 at the Borough Hall, 75 North Martine Avenue, Fanwood, New Jersey at 8:00 P.M., and during the week prior to and up to and including the date of such meeting, copies of said ordinance will be made available at the Clerk’s Office to the members of the general public who shall request the same.
Eleanor McGovern Borough Clerk
ORDINANCE NO. 99-02-S BOND ORDIANCE APPROPRIATING $406,080 AND AUTHORIZING ISSUANCE OF $385,776 BONDS FOR VARIOUS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT OF THE BOROUGH INCLUDING ROAD AND BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT, CURB REPLACEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT, IMPROVEMENTS TO BOROUGH BUILDINGS, IMPROVEMENTS TO DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT, TRUCK, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, SANITARY SEWER AND STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS, COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND CODIFICATION OF ORDINANCES.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Fanwood, in the County of Union, New Jersey (not less than two-thirds of all members thereof affirmatively concurring) as follows:
For the various improvements or purposes described in Section III of this bond ordinance, there is hereby appropriated the respective sums of money therein stated as the appropriations made for improvements or purposes, such sums amounting in the aggregate to $406,080 including the aggregate sum of $20,304 as the various down payments for the improvements or purposes required by the Local Bond Law. The down payments have been made available by virtue of provision for down payment for capital improvement purposes in one or more previously adopted budgets.
In order to finance the cost of the improvement or purposes not covered by application of the down payments, negotiable bonds are hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount of $385,776 pursuant to the Local Bond Law. In anticipation of the issuance of the bonds, negotiable bond anticipation notes are hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to and within the limitations prescribed by the Local Bond Law.
The purpose for which the bonds are to be issued, the estimated cost of each improvement and the appropriation therefore, the estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued for each improvement, the down payment available for each improvement and the period of usefulness of each improvement are respectively as follows:
Estimated AppropriMaximum ation and Amount Period Estimated of Bonds Down of UsePurpose Cost or Notes Payment fulness a) Reconstruction of North Avenue
and Glenwood Road and resurfacing of various streets $225,000 $213,750 $11,250 15 years b) Reconstruction and improvements
to Borough Buildings $28,000 $26,600 $1,400 30 years c) Codification of ordinances $16,500 $15,675 $825 15 years d) Slurry seal of various streets $40,000 $38,000 $2,000 5 years e) Rehabilitation and improvement
of various sanitary and storm sewers $4,000 $3,800 $200 40 years f) Improvements to downtown
business district $20,000 $19,000 $1,000 15 years g) Curb replacement and
maintenance $10,580 $10,051 $529 10 years h) Drainage Reconstruction
and Improvements $11,000 $10,045 $550 15 years i) Underground Storage Tanks $16,500 $15,675 $825 15 years j) Reconstruction of Hetfield
Avenue Bridge $5,000 $4,750 $250 30 years k) Truck $25,000 $23,750 $1,250 15 years l) Computer equipment $4,500 $4,275 $225 5 years
Totals $406,080 $385,776 $20,304
All bond anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be determined by the Chief Financial Officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one year from its date. The notes shall bear interest at such rate or rates and be in such form as may be determined by the Chief Financial Officer. The Chief Financial Officer shall determine all matters in connection with notes issued pursuant to this ordinance, and the Chief Financial Officer’s signature upon the notes shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All notes issued hereunder may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:2-8 (a). The Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized to sell part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver the same to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price plus accrued interest from their dates to the date of delivery thereof. The Chief Financial Officer is directed to report in writing to the governing body at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale or delivery of the notes pursuant to this description, the interest rate and the maturity schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser.
The following additional matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and stated: (a) The purpose described in Section III of this bond ordinance are not current expenses. They are improvements that the Borough
may lawfully acquire or make as general improvements, and not part of the cost hereof has been or shall be specially assessed on property specially benefited thereby. (b) The average period of usefulness of the improvements or purposes computed on the basis of the respective amounts of
obligations authorized herein for each purpose and the reasonable lives thereof within the limitations of the Local Bond Law is 15 years. (c) The Supplemental Debt Statement required by the Local Bond Law has been duly prepared and filed in the office of the Clerk,
of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey. This statement shows that the gross debt of the Borough as defined in the Local Bond Law will not be increased by the authorization of the bonds and notes provided in this bond ordinance, and the obligations authorized herein will be within all debt limitations prescribed by that Law. (d) An aggregate amount not exceeding $80,000 for items of expense listed in and permitted under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-20 may be
included as part of the costs of the purposes of improvements authorized herein and is included in the foregoing estimates thereof.
The full faith and credit of the Borough are hereby pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of the interest on the obligations authorized by this bond ordinance. The obligations shall be direct, unlimited obligation of the Borough, and the Borough shall be obligated to levy ad valor em taxes upon all the taxable property within the Borough for the payment of the obligations and interest ther eon without limitation of rate or amount.
The capital budget of the Borough of Fanwood is hereby amended to conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any inconsistency herewith. The resolution in the form promulgated by the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital program as approved by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk and is available there for public inspection.
This bond ordinance shall take effect 20 days after the first publication thereof after final adoption, as provided by the Local Bond Law. Maryanne S. Connelly, Mayor ATTEST: Eleanor McGovern, Borough Clerk 1 T – 1/21/99, The Times Fee: $252.45
Kardinals and tightened the score to 32-30 by the end of the third quarter. Midway through the quarter, Najwa Glover hit three points, McCoy sank four and Feighner hit one to give the Raiders a 27-24 lead. Later, Feighner netted three more free throws to give the Raiders a 30-26 lead, but Mendez hit three-straight layups to put the Kardinals back into the lead.
Mendez made a layup at the start of the fourth, but McCoy and Bowers each made layups to tie the score. Mendez scored four and Day added five, while McCoy hit two foul shots and Feighner sank a layup and a free throw to put the score at 42-39 with less than two minutes remaining. From that point on, Mendez and Tahitia Martinez combined for seven points to pull away with the victory.
The Raiders finished, hitting 1355 of their field goals for a dismal 24 percent. Five of McCoy’s points came via free throws and 11 of her rebounds were offensive rebounds. Of Feighner’s 11 points, seven were free throws. Feighner also had five rebounds.
Bowers had six points, led the Raiders in steals with eight and pulled down five rebounds. LaForge had four points, three rebounds and two steals. Glover finished with three points, one rebound and two steals.
“Nikki (McCoy) injured her shoulder last week and Munchie (Jeannie McCoy) was battling a cold,” ex
plained Raider Assistant Coach Frank Butz when asked of Nikki McCoy’s absence.
Margie Mendez finished with 18 points five assists and four steals and Day had 16 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks for the Kardinals who upped their record to 7-3 while the Raiders slipped to 4-6.
Kearny 11 11 10 17 49 Sc PlnsFanwood 10 9 11 9 39
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Lady Kardinals Repel Raider Bballers, 49-39
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UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS 1999 MEETING SCHEDULE
MOST MEETINGS ARE HELD ON THURSDAY EVENINGS, WITH EXCEPTIONS NOTED BELOW. AGENDA SESSIONS BEGIN AT 6:30 P.M., AND REGULAR PUBLIC MEETINGS ARE HELD AT 7:00 P.M. MEETINGS ARE HELD IN THE FREEHOLDERS MEETING ROOM, 6TH FLOOR, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, ELIZABETHTOWN PLAZA, ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
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January 10, 1999 REORGANIZATION
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Lady Farmers Halt Blue Devils, 64-50
Farmer Jamie Gray hit pay dirt 28 times, half of it in the 25-point third quarter, as the Union High School girls basketball team defeated the Westfield High School girls in Union on January 16. Blue Devil Liz McKeon struck for 26 points.
Monique Brendel and Caroly Matthews had nine points each for the Blue Devils and Courtney Thornton added five. Westfield slid to 4-2 while the Farmers improved to 7-3.
Westfield 10 13 9 18 50 Union 5 18 25 16 64
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY THE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD
RESOLUTION 99-01-20 CONTRACTOR: JEM Engineering, Inc., P.O. Box 1691, Cranford, New Jersey 070165691.
NATURE OF SERVICE: Preparation of Report on Public Community Enhancement Plan.
DURATION: For a period ending no later than December 31, 1999.
FEE: Not to exceed $1,100.00. A copy of the Resolution and Contract relating to the services are on file and available for public inspection in the office of the Borough Clerk. 1 T – 1/21/99, The Times Fee: $17.34 PUBLIC NOTICE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-6713-97.
HARRIS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, AS TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED JUNE 24, 1996, HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST 1996-3, PLAINTIFF vs. CARLOS SOSA AND MRS. CARLOS SOSA, HIS WIFE, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED SEPTEMBER 18, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 17TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A.D., 1999 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $126,185.02. Municipality: City of Elizabeth. Tax Lot No. 2, Block No. 379. Property Street Address: 117 Franklin Street.
Dimensions: 25.025 x 100.05. Nearest Cross: First Street. Feet to Nearest Cross: 200.20. There is due approximately the sum of $129,638.09 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.
RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF SALVATORE L. BORRELLI, Attorney Suite 204 999 McBride Avenue West Paterson, New Jersey 07424 CH-754185 (WL) 4 T 1/21, 1/28 2/4 & 2/11/99 Fee: $165.24
NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY THE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD
RESOLUTION 99-01-17 CONTRACTOR: DeMaria Ellis & Bauch, 744 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102.
NATURE OF SERVICE: Legal Services regarding PBA Negotiations.
DURATION: For a period ending no later than January 13, 2000.
AMOUNT: At an Hourly Rate of $120.00. A copy of the Resolution and Contract relating to the services are on file and available for public inspection in the office of the Borough Clerk. 1 T – 1/21/99, The Times Fee: $16.83
Kashlak Hunts For Ice Scoring Title
Westfield High School senior iceman Ronnie Kashlak has been in the hunt for the Public School ice hockey scoring title. As of January 12, Kashlak has scored 24 goals and added 11 assists for a total of 35 points which ranked him fourth among the New Jersey Public Schools.
Presently Dave Bodson of Bayonne High School leads the icemen with 51 points, 22 goals and 29 assists.
The Westfield Leader and The Times
have the capabilities of making large color posters (24x18 and smaller) of sports photos or any photos you may wish to be reproduced. Prices are reasonable. Call David Corbin at (908) 232-4407 or e-mail Dave for information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raider Boys Bag Kardinals, 55-38
Senior guard Bennie Martinez erupted for 15 points in the second half as the Scotch Plains-Fanwood boys basketball team out-scored the Kardinals, 38-15, and pulled away with a 55-38 victory in Kearny on January 16. Martinez led the Raiders with 19 points.
The Kardinals got a 16-8 jump in the first quarter when Joe DaSilva hit six of his 17 points. The Raiders edged two points closer by the half, then afterwards, the Raiders sizzled. Adding to the barrage was Raider junior Ron Jenerette who sank eight of his 14 points in the fourth quarter.
James Allen Osborne struck for 10 points, Rich Brown and Steve Simms both scored four and Dave Herrmann and Derrek Brown contributed two each for the Raiders who improved to 6-4. Kearny fell to 3-6.
Sc PlnsFanwood 8 9 18 20 55 Kearny 16 7 8 7 38
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CLEARING THE PUCK…Blue Devil Mike Byrd, No. 9, clears the puck from the Westfield end of the ice against Bridgewater-Raritan. The Blue Devils defeated Bridgewater, 6-4, on January 4.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
SETTING UP THE GUILLOTINE…Raider Tony Melendez demonstrated his vast arsenal of pinning combinations against Cougar Rob Verhoeven of Cranford on January 13 in the “Jungle”.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
ALWAYS KEEPING UP THEIR SPIRITS…The Scotch Plains-Fanwood cheerleaders always kept up the spirits of the fans and provided entertainment during the girls basketball game with Kearny an January 16.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times
SCRAMBLING FOR THE BASKETBALL…Raider Najwa Glover, center, battles a Kardinal for possession of the ball.