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... statements, Mayor Shelley Brindle addressed the continued questions from residents about Brightwood Park. She said that residents have been vocal about their feelings related to proposed mountain bike trails in the park, but that, “we all want the same thing for Brightwood. It’s suffered from years of neglect.” Mayor Brindle told the public she anticipates no further official discussion on the future of Brightwood Park for approximately six months — the amount of time she said she anticipates it will take to complete the environmental review. “I just do want to assure everybody ... that there is no plan to move forward on any changes in Brightwood in the immediate future, bike trails ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20sep24/20sep24.pdf 11/25/20, 6774782 bytes
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OUR 130th YEAR – ISSUE NO. 36-2020 ONE DOLLAR (908) 232-4407 press@goleader.com Thursday, September 3, 2020 USPS 680020 Periodical – Postage Paid at Rahway, N.J. Published Every Thursday Since September 3, 1890 www.goleader.com Ad Populos, Non Aditus, Pervenimus Paul Lachenauer for The Westfield Leader TENNIS, ANYONE?...Architect Kenneth Abrams and Westfield Councilman ScottKatzpreparethetenniswallinTamaquesParklastThursdaywithWestfield High School and middle-school students. Ken Zierler for The Westfield Leader HISTORY REMEMBERED...Mayor Shelley Brindle, Congressman Tom Malinowski (D-NJ), plus representatives of the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Association (W3R) and honorary ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20sep03/20sep03.pdf 11/25/20, 10935815 bytes
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... Leader was located on Prospect StreetatJ.H.CashPrinterin1890.TheLeaderwillbehonoredasWestfield’soldest business as part of the Westfield 300 celebration on Thursday, September 17. Westfield DPW Employee Suit Claims Harassment, Discrimination By LAUREN S. BARR Specially Written for The Westfield Leader WESTFIELD — On Friday, Department of Public Works (DPW) employeeChristopherBohnyakfiled suitagainstthetownandDPWDirector Greg O’Neil alleging that they created a hostile work environment where he was harassed and discriminated against.At the time the lawsuit was filed, Mr. Bohnyak was suspended without pay, but on Tuesday receivedaletterfromthetownstating that his employment was terminated ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20sep10/20sep10.pdf 11/25/20, 8637727 bytes
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... . In addition, in the article, Mr. Wilson said that he is not homophobic and that he stands against the sexualizing of children in any way. He said, “Kids don’t need to learnhomosexualhistory,andyoung girls shouldn’t be losing scholarships to transgender boys.” Councilmembersdiscussedsome of the posts they have seen by Mr. Wilson in public forums through social media and stated that they thought the posts were not appropriate for a candidate running for public office. Mayor Sara Todisco stated that she will always take a stand against racism, bigotry, homophobia, antiSemitism and any other form of hate that she encounters. Additionally, Councilman Mike Ince addressed the audience to endorse ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20sep17/20sep17.pdf 11/25/20, 9520586 bytes
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OUR 130th YEAR – ISSUE NO. 44-2020 ONE DOLLAR (908) 232-4407 press@goleader.com Thursday, October 29, 2020 USPS 680020 Periodical – Postage Paid at Rahway, N.J. Published Every Thursday Since September 3, 1890 www.goleader.com Ad Populos, Non Aditus, Pervenimus PAGE INDEX Regional ........ 2, 14 Editorial ........ 4-5, 13 Police ............ 13 Community ... 6-7 Obituary ........ 6 Education ...... 7 Sports ............ 9-12 Home Sales ... 3 Classifieds..... 13 A&E .............. 15-16 Local Seats Up For Grabs; Vote Count to Take Days By FRED T. ROSSI and LAUREN S. BARR Specially Written for The Westfield Leader AREA – It is very unlikely that voters will know clearly who all the winners ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20oct29/20oct29.pdf 11/25/20, 12405019 bytes
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... the victor over Republican Tom Kean, Jr. (118,863) with approximately 60 percent of the vote counted. The district spans portions of Union, Morris, Middlesex and Hunterdon Counties. Due to the combination of mail-in ballots, drop boxes and provisional ballotscastonElectionDay,theUnion County Clerk will be updating the election counts to the public at noon each day with the election being certified on Friday, November 20. In typical election years, numbers are more readily available on Election Day due to machine tabulated votes capturing the majority of the votes and absentee (mail-in) ballots counting for a much smaller percentage. Election results will be updated daily at www.goleader.com ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20nov05/20nov05.pdf 11/25/20, 8881641 bytes
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... .Shesaidthat sheempathizeswiththefrustrationsof residentscopingwithmorerestrictions, including the shutting down of highschool sports, but that ultimately residentsneedtolistentothehealthdepartment. She said the health department and school board do not make decisionspunitively. “I am very disheartened to see it when some members of the public across the spectrum attempt to diminish the vital role our health department plays and the dedication its employees have put forth in the face of unprecedentedcircumstances,”MayorBrindle said. “I am disturbed and dismayed to see some of the public commentary being directed at them.” HealthOfficerMeganAvallonespoke atthemeetingaswell.Shesaidthatthe ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20nov12/20nov12.pdf 11/25/20, 10815542 bytes
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... be found under the Board tab at the Westfield school district website, westfieldnjk12.org. TovirtuallyattendtheCandidates Night, please register in advance. A link to the virtual forum will be provided to everyone registered on the day of the event.The evening will be moderated, with candidates asked a variety of questions to be gathered from the public prior to the forum. Questions may be submitted to ptc@westfieldnjk12.orgbyTuesday, October 6. CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 Garwood Council Eyes Events, Hears Update on Covid Cases By KIMBERLY A. BROADWELL Specially Written for The Westfield Leader GARWOOD – Topping the bimonthly Garwood Council meeting held last Thursday evening was a series of announcements ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20oct01/20oct01.pdf 11/25/20, 9444685 bytes
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... Dept. Receives Update On Covid Impact By REBECCA MEHORTER Specially Written for The Westfield Leader WESTFIELD — The Westfield Regional Health Department held its regularmeetingonMonday.Muchof the meeting revolved around the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, its status intheregionanditseffectsonschools. Health Officer Megan Avallone reminded the public that the coronavirus is a continuous threat to the community. She said that the regional department has not seen an uptick in hospitalizations with the rise of cases. However, she said, just because people are not going to the hospitaldoesnotmeantheircasesare short or symptom-free. She said that “recovered” is not defined yet and that some patients ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20oct08/20oct08.pdf 11/25/20, 9938461 bytes
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... ..... 11 A&E .............. 11-12 Paul Lachenauer for The Westfield Leader A GOOD CAUSE...The Westfield Area Y Clothing Drive was held last Thursday at the Y's main location on Clark Street in Westfield. All donations are sent to second-handstoresandbenefittheWestfieldYFinancialAssistanceforchildcare. Hillary Shope for The Westfield Leader PUBLIC ART...Artist Rich Janusz projects his artwork onto the wall so he can begin outlining in marker. The mural on the wall of Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices and Ice Cream at the corner of Park Street and Central Avenue is the first public mural at a business in Westfield. See story on Page 12. Westfield BOE Candidates Air Views In Virtual Forum By JENNIFER ...
http://www.goleader.com/services/2020-2029/2020/20oct15/20oct15.pdf 11/25/20, 11406408 bytes

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