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- PDF Document 02.pdf
... is due to the architect not being available for questions at Tuesdayâs meeting. The three approved applications all involve changes to residential properties. Salvino Aguiar and Marlene Melim of 1361 Stony Brook Lane applied to construct a deck in their backyard. Neighbor Kris Dunlap asked if there was a water run-off plan, as he has noticed pooling water in Mr.Aguiarâs and Ms. Melimâs backyard. Mr. Aguiar stated that after the deck was approved and finished, he planned to consult a landscaper and come up with a plan for pipes and/or a retaining wall. Mr. Dunlap also asked if there was a timeline for the project, as there currently is a lot of debris in the backyard. Mr.Aguiar responded
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- PDF Document 04.pdf
... 60-decibel level promised. Another resident of The Pointe said that âwhistlesâ and âhockey puck slapsâ were consistently heard by those living near the rink during its initial season that ended in March, and accused Mayor Brindle of having âno regard for Garwood.â He also claimed that residents at The Pointe had never received formal notice last year about plans to install the rink. Despite the dispute, Mayor Todisco said discussions with Westfield about the rink would not affect other arrangements between the neighboring towns, including various shared-service and other agreements. âWe will continue to work with Westfield as our good neighbors,â the mayor said. CONTINUED FROM
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- PDF Document 11.pdf
... stories, songs, bubbles and more. The Pipsqueak Players will visit Story Time on June 5. Thursday Night Book Club will meet next on June 6 at 7 p.m., for a lively discussion of this monthâs book. No registration is required. Interestedpersonsareaskedtocheck with the library for its latest book selectionbycalling(908)789-1670. The Garwood Public Library is located at 411 Third Avenue. It is open Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Fridays, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Formoreinformationandtoregister for programs, call (908) 789- 1670. Further information about the library also is available online at youseemore.com/garwood. WHPC to Hold Presentation Of
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- PDF Document 15.pdf
- A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES Thursday, May 30, 2019 Page 13 Area stores that carry The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES King's Supermarket 300SouthAve.(Leader) Shoprite Supermarket 563NorthAve.(Leader) 7-11 of Mountainside 921MountainAve.(Leader) Westfield Tobacco & News 108 Elm St. (Leader) Baron's Drug Store 243 E. Broad St. (Leader) Krauszer's 727CentralAve.(Leader) Westfield Mini Mart 301 South Ave., W. (Leader) 7-11 of Westfield 1200SouthAve.,W.(Leader/Times) Kwick Mart Food Store 190 South Ave. (Times) ScotchHillsPharmacy 1819 East 2nd St. (Times) MountainDeli 2385MountainAve.(Times) WallisStationery
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- PDF Document 16.pdf
- Page 14 Thursday, May 30, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Blue Devils Stagger Ridge, 6-5, in Lax Semis CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 This might have been one of the most rewarding and most stressful seasons of George Kapnerâs 29 years as WHSâs boys tennis coach. On the bright side, the team finished21-5âits15thconsecutive(and his 24th overall) 20-plus win season. It also captured the Westfield Invitational, its 15th straight Union County Tournament and fifth consecutive state North 2 Group 4 sectional title. And it was this close to advancing to another state final, before falling to Montclair, 4-1, lastWednesday in
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- PDF Document 18.pdf
... Buccino Westfield High School senior Brendan Loder signs Letter of Intent to wrestle at Gettsyburg College next fall. Pictured with Coach Glen Kurz and Supervisor of Athletics Sandra Mamary. WestfieldHighSchoolseniorGeorgeSnellsignsLetterofIntenttojointhegolfteam at Johnson & Wales University â North Miami. Pictured with Coach Ryan Daly. PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY UNION COUNTY CHANCERY DIVISION DOCKET NO. F-001365-19 FILE NO. 51333-772 CIVIL ACTION ORDER SETTING TIME, PLACE AND AMOUNT OF REDEMPTION CFTSERVICES,LLCASCUSTODIAN FOR PHOENIX FUNDING, INC., PLAINTIFF(S) VS. NIRANJA TRIVEDI, WIDOW; BERKELEYFEDERALSAVINGSAND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY; OCWEN FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK
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- PDF Document 19.pdf
... Avenue Sat. 6/1 & Sun. 6/2, 10am to 3pm VictorianFurniture,FrenchCurio, Hall Tree, Screen, Loveseat, Chair,Art,Lamps,Holmes&Sons Player Piano, China, Glass, Ladies Clothes, Hats, Shoes, CostumeJewelry,Textiles,Rugs, Clock, Christmas, Books, Records, Twin Canopy Bed, Vanity, Dresser, Toys, Garden Furniture & more! For pics & info: DovetailsUSA.com PUBLIC NOTICE UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD Date Adopted: 5/23/19 Public Notice is hereby given that the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has awarded a contract without competitive bidding as an Professional servicepursuanttoN.J.S.A.40A:11-5(1)(a) (i). This contract and the resolution authorizing it is available
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- OUR 129th YEAR â ISSUE NO. 22-2019 ONE DOLLAR (908) 232-4407 firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday, May 30, 2019 USPS 680020 Periodical â Postage Paid at Rahway, N.J. Published Every Thursday Since September 3, 1890 www.goleader.com Ad Populos, Non Aditus, Pervenimus P P P P PA A A A AGE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX GE INDEX Regional ........ 2-3 Editorial ........ 4-5 Police ............ 18 Community ... 6-8, 18 Obituary ........ 6 Education ...... 9, 19 Sports ............ 11-17 Real Estate .... 11-15 Classifieds..... 17 A&E .............. 19-20 Westï¬eld West 600 North Avenue West Westï¬eld, NJ 07090 908.233.0065 ColdwellBankerHomes.com Real estate agents afï¬liated with Coldwell Banker
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- PDF Document 20.pdf
- Page 18 Thursday, May 30, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Library Lists Programs For Adults During Early June SCOTCH PLAINS â The Scotch Plains Public Library is offering a variety of programs for adults during the first half of June. Additional activitieswillbeannouncedforthesecond half of the month. The library also has listed its entire schedule of June Friday Films. To kick off the month, the library will host its Sunday Sounds program on Sunday, June 2, at 2 p.m., with âListen & Learn: David Bowie.â Attendees are invited to join GrammywinningproducerandsongwriterRob FusariandmusicjournalistMaryanne Christiano
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- PDF Document 47.pdf
... 60-decibel level promised. Another resident of The Pointe said that âwhistlesâ and âhockey puck slapsâ were consistently heard by those living near the rink during its initial season that ended in March, and accused Mayor Brindle of having âno regard for Garwood.â He also claimed that residents at The Pointe had never received formal notice last year about plans to install the rink. Despite the dispute, Mayor Todisco said discussions with Westfield about the rink would not affect other arrangements between the neighboring towns, including various shared-service and other agreements. âWe will continue to work with Westfield as our good neighbors,â the mayor said. Christina M.
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