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Page 14 Thursday, February 14, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION WF Matmen Foil Chiefs, 38-21 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 TheWestfieldAthleticHallofFame recently took a gigantic step forward âintothe21stCentury,youmightsay âbyfinallycreatingaworkingwebsite that provides just about all the information anyone would need. And if you wanted to attach a date to that monumental leap forward, it would be Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019.Yes, thatâsright,justaboutonemonthago. WHSsupervisorofathleticsSandy Mamary,aformertrainerattheschool andthevicepresidentoftheWAHOF, wasattendingaregionalathletictrainingconventionwithcurrentWHSathletictrainerSteveBarandica ... 02/13/19, 132737 bytes
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Page 16 Thursday, February 14, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY THE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD RESOLUTION 19-01-26 CONTRACTOR: Russell J. Huegel, 190 Middlesex Essex Turnpike, Suite 200, Iselin, New Jersey NATURE OF SERVICE: Legal Counsel Services as Borough Attorney DURATION:Foraperiodendingnolater than December 31, 2019 FEE: $50,000.00 A copy of this resolution and contract relating to the services are on file and available for public inspection in the Municipal Clerkâs office. Eleanor McGovern Borough Clerk 1 T - 2/14/19, The Times Fee: $18.36 PUBLIC ... 02/13/19, 110666 bytes
... a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker® and the Coldwell Banker logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. #600NORTH Twitter: @cbwestï¬eld Instagram: @cbwestï¬eldnj Pinterest:ï¬eldwest Facebook:ï¬eldnj FOR ALL MARKET INFO: Courtesy of Mary Ann McGann/Westfield Public Schools HEADED TO INDIANAPOLIS...The Westfield High School (WHS) Wind Ensemble Band will perform at a national concert next month in Indianapolis. WHS will be just the fifth New Jersey band to receive an invitation to perform at the annual Music for All National Festival, which is now in its 28th year. The 50-member-strong band will travel across ... 02/13/19, 21343798 bytes
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Page 18 Thursday, February 14, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Blue Devils Silence Cougars On Girls Hoops âSenior Dayâ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 Blue Devil Boys, Girls Sink Ridge In Swim Sectionals CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 2127 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OF THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD RELATED TO CONSTRUCTION FENCING WHEREAS, a construction site may result in negative aesthetic impacts prior to and during construction activity; and WHEREAS, beyond aesthetic impacts, securing and screening a construction site ... 02/13/19, 60116 bytes
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Page 12 Thursday, February 7, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION Rick McGinley: 1931-2019; WHSâs All-Time TD Leader In May 1950, Rick McGinleyâs senior essay was a âHistory of Football in Westfield.â McGinley noted in the preface: âIt shall be the purpose of this paper to consolidate the history of the sport of football in the Westfield High School since 1911. The paper is a result of a search of the files of The Westfield Leader over a period of 38 years. It is the desire of the author that his paper may serve as background material for thefuturesportseditorsoftheHiâsEye and will prove of interest to the ... 02/13/19, 281174 bytes
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Page 16 Thursday, February 7, 2019 The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains â Fanwood TIMES A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION ADVOCATES FOR EQUALITY...The Cranford Public Library held a workshop at the Cranford Community Center January 24 through Garden State Equality (GSE), entitled âCreating Safe and Affirming Communities for Transgender Youth.â GSE also brought along two representatives from the State of New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety Division on Civil Rights. Pictured, from left to right, are: Kate-Lynn Brown, YA/Programming librarian, CranfordPublicLibrary;TishaM.Leonardo-Santiago,investigator,Divisionon Civil Rights; Agnes Roncaglio, special investigations ... 02/13/19, 104757 bytes
PDF Document 19.pdf*
... espoused, week #12 of the Crandall & EricksonFilmCriticCorrespondence Course that secured me the position I nowenjoy,aptlyinstructs,âMakesure you say at least something about the filmyouârereviewing.âFurthermore, acknowledging the wisdom of H.L. Menckenâs thought that no one ever wentbrokeunderestimatingtheintelligence of theAmerican public, there is hardly a movie ever made that didnât have at least one person attesting to its profound, life-changing influence. Therefore, lest the short shrift Iâve heretofore afforded Serenity stunts theintellectualprogressofsomegood citizen who might otherwise see the film and one day save our democracy from the current gang of polluting opportunistswhohaveallbutbacked ... 02/13/19, 4963456 bytes
... and school district in total would see a $2.76-million net-positive impact in tax revenue on a yearly basis as a result of the apartment complex. The municipality would see $660,000intaxrevenueyearly,based on Mr. Hughesâ projections, while the school district would see $2.1 million in tax revenue yearly. In terms of the impact to the public schools,arangeof100to135publicschool children was projected to be moving into the 905 apartments, Mr. Hughes calculated based on two different methodologies. He took data from apartment complexes in Cranford â Riverfront at Cranford Station, Woodmont Station at Cranford, and Cranford Crossing. Those comparisons yielded 52 public-school children in phase ... 02/13/19, 23391895 bytes
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... for seventh. Patrick Kalnins also placed seventh at 120-lbs, winning hisopeningbouttheneventuallywrestlingbackforseventh.JustinAlpaughMcLean won a pair of bouts to place eighth at 182-lbs. Freshman Colin Murray (138-lbs) won two bouts. Cougar Matmen Capture Second At Tunkhannock Holiday Tourney Blue Devils Edge Edison, Crush Union in Hoops PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF PROCUREMENT, BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 1035 PARKWAY AVENUE, PO BOX 600 TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 08625 Notice is hereby given that bid proposals will be received from Bidders classified under N.J.S.A. 27:7-35.2 via the Internet until 10:00:59 A.M. on 1/24/19 downloaded, and publicly ... 02/13/19, 179881 bytes
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... Klingebiel 908-322-1956 FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES OLIVER A PAVING 908-753-7281 Driveways ⢠Parking Lots Seal Coating ⢠Railroad Ties Belgian Block Curbing Drainage Problems Cement Sidewalks âServing the area for over 60 yearsâ Family Owned & Operated Fully Insured ⢠FREE Estimates Lawn Sprinklers (908) 276-1062 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD 2019 ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE MAYOR AND COUNCIL SECOND & FOURTH THURSDAY-7:15 PM EXCEPT NOVEMBER 25, 2019 IS A MONDAY 2019 Council Meeting Schedule Jan 10 & 24 Feb 14 & 28 March 14 & 28 April 11 & 30 (Tuesday) May 9 & 23 June 13 & 27 July 11 & 25 Aug 8 & 22 Sept 12 & 26 Oct 10 & 24 Nov 14 & 25 (Monday) Dec 12 ... 02/13/19, 558676 bytes

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