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... Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times, “coordinate both community input and recreation planning standards in developing a plan that will address short- and long-term needs in our parks and recreation department.” He said the goal is to develop a plan thatthecommission“canworkoffof to address the recreation needs of our community.” He said the public andgroupsinvolvedinvarioussports leagues will be invited to take part in surveys on their use of recreation programs and facilities and also be invited to attend public meetings as the plan is formulated. In other business, commission member Tom Donatelli said he has noticed that employees of a landscaping company on Plainfield Avenue are parking their ... 12/25/19, 412047 bytes
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... County of Union, New Jersey and for Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Cranford and Garwood Letters to the Editor ABCDICTIONOPQRSTDECEPTIONUVWXYZ TM D D D D Diction Deception Union County Freeholders Elizabeth, New Jersey (908) 527-4200 Ed Oatman, Mgr., Bette Kowalski, chair Sebastian D’Elia, Public Info. (908) 527-4419 State LD-22 Sen. Nicholas Scutari (D) 1514 E. Saint Georges Ave. Linden, N.J. 07036 (908) 587-0404 Asm. Jim Kennedy (D) 34 E. Cherry St. Rahway, N.J. 07065 (732) 943-2660 Asw. Linda Carter (D) 200 West 2nd St., Suite 102 Plainfield, N.J. 07060 (908) 561-5757 State LD-21 Sen. Thomas Kean, Jr. (R) 425 North Ave ... 12/25/19, 925176 bytes
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... was predeceased by her husband, Norman Van Leuven, and her threesiblings,ReubenJr. and Robert Pyner and Marion Heller. She is survived by her two children, Eric Van Leuven, MD (Teri Bordenave) of Lancaster, N.H. and Lauren Bird (Michael) of Lambertville,N.J.;sevengrandchildren and five great-grandchildren. At Millie’s request, there will be no public service; the family will have a private celebration of her life in the spring. Memorial contributions may be made to The Fresh Air Fundat by mail at 633 Third Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10017. November 7, 2019 WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN DIVORCING FREE DIVORCE EDUCATION CLASS For most people, divorce is much more than ... 12/25/19, 182826 bytes
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Page 10 Thursday, November 7, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Frage’s 3 Int. Helps Colonia Crush Raider Gridders, 35-6 Westfield Pediatric Dental Group Dentistry for Infants, Children Adolescents, and Special Needs 555 Westfield Avenue, Westfield 908-232-1231 Julie Jong, D.M.D. Board Certified Timothy P. McCabe, D.M.D. Board Certified Kelly Walk, D.D.S. Board Certified John Chang, D.D.S. Board Certified • New Patients Welcome • Laser Dentistry • In Office General Anesthesia Sara Karlin, D.D.S. Board Certified By ALEX LOWE Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times RunningbackMattCroteauranfor ... 12/25/19, 136838 bytes
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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES Thursday, November 7, 2019 Page 11 Area stores that carry The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – 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 ... 12/25/19, 411787 bytes
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Page 12 Thursday, November 7, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Devil’s Den By BRUCE JOHNSON Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times There will be a very familiar opponentcomingtoKehlerStadiumSaturday for the first round of the state North 2 Section 5 playoffs, as fourthseededWHS(5-3)willwelcomefifthseededBridgewater-Raritan(4-5)for a 1 p.m. kickoff. Theteamsmetinthechampionship game of the 2015, 2016 and 2017 playoffs, with the Blue Devils winning all three, by scores of 10-7, 15- 13 and 20-7. The Panthers got some revenge during Week 6 last month when they took a 17-6 decision. But WHS has won eight ... 12/25/19, 92945 bytes
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... On November 20, Mr. Rubin will be available at the Cranford High School library from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Save the Dates for Edison Speaker Series on Mental Health and Wellness CRANFORD—The initial meeting of the school district’s Referendum Exploration Steering Committee (RESC) took place on October 17, as stated in a letter posted on the Cranford Public Schools website on November 1 by the RESC members. “In part, the RESC members spent time in examination of its overall function and responsibilities to the District, which include: to ensure effective, sustained and efficient communication throughout the referendum process; to ensure full representationofthecommunitybyproviding opportunities ... 12/25/19, 144815 bytes
PDF Document 17.pdf*
... ,” said Mr. Mesce. “Trying to find an antidote to these heartbreaks is the hard part, and what allofusinvolvedwiththis project hope is that Black Lives / Blue Lives might become a useful tool that raises awareness and starts discussion among people who mightotherwisebetemptedtoignore the problem.” LambertTamin Gary Martins WESTFIELD – The public is welcome to take in some culture and crafts at the Westfield Historical Society’s Reeve House on Saturday, November 16, from 1 to 3 p.m. Parents and children ages 5 and up are invited to the Reeve House, at 314 Mountain Avenue in Westfield, for making fall crafts. Adults can take a tour of the Reeve House while their children are crafting ... 12/25/19, 214428 bytes
... years, raising two children on Sylvester Street. DepartmentofPublicWorks(DPW) SuperintendentSteveWardellhasofficially retired as per a final resolution approval by the township committee. CommissionerThomasHannen,Jr.said Mr. Wardell has been a “behind-thescenespersonwhokeepstheTownship of Cranford running.” “You name it, our Department of Public Works does it. Under Steve’s leadership,theyhavedoneoneheckof a job,” Commissioner Hannen said. Mr.HannensaidMr.Wardell’spresence in Cranford will be “irreplaceable.” Mr. Wardell started working in the Cranford Engineering Department before being promoted to DPWsuperintendent. Commissioner Ann Dooley said Cranford’s DPW will remain ... 12/25/19, 20675175 bytes
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... 60-decibel level promised. Another resident of The Pointe said that “whistles” and “hockey puck slaps” were consistently heard by those living near the rink during its initial season that ended in March, and accused Mayor Brindle of having “no regard for Garwood.” 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. “We will continue to work with Westfield as our good neighbors,” the mayor said. CONTINUED FROM ... 12/25/19, 486189 bytes

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