Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - 03may15 Download Newspaper
This is Westfield 2003 The Westfield Leader office relocated to 251 North Avenue
Proposed Verizon Cell Tower Makes Emotions Run High  

CLEAR CUT...Dean Talcott of Fanwood, who runs the Fanwood Nature Center off of Cray Terrace, is pictured at the site proposed by the borough to be clear-cut for a Verizon cell tower. The center is home to turkeys, salamanders, many kinds of birds, including red tail hawks, and also borders homes in the area.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Further Testimony on Temple Parking Heard 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Tree Service Non-Conforming Use Denied  
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Parking Redevelopment Plans Discussed
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Computer COP Software to Protect Kids    
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) 18-Point Tax Hike OK'd by SP Council 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Broadway Redevelopment Approved in SP
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Budget Introduced; Tower Proposal KO'd
dot.jpg (865 bytes) SP Mayor Testifies Before State Assembly
dot.jpg (865 bytes) E'Town Water Cleans Water Mains in SP   

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Saw Mill Property Will Be Sold for $1
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Sunny Slope Dr. Violations Reviewed
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Stender, Pou Craft Bill Against Toxic Mold 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County Cops Receive Five LoJack Computers 
Editorial: Officials at State and Local Levels Should Take a Stand on Property Tax Reform; Citizen and Council Members Lauded For Expressing Parking Deck Concerns

WINNING THE CROWN...Blue Devil Ryan Shallcross won his second Union County Tournament golf title. 
The Week In Sports: Blue Devil Golfers Repeat As County Champs; Devil Girls, Raider Boys Win WCT Title; Tiger Baseball Boys No-Hit Raiders in Semis; Blue Devils Rock Cardinal B'ballers  

PEN & INK: Everwood Tackles Topic Few Ad Dollars Want to Support
IN BOOKS: Lunching JLEP Ladies Welcome Famous Authors; Westfield Becomes Focal Point of Book on 9/11
IN THEATER: Ideal Directing Skills Shown In Having Our Say 

EXHIBITING ARTIST...Westfield resident and artist, Gwen Hanlon Howard, displayed her work at the Westfield Art Association's "Art in Westfield" sidewalk show and sale in downtown Westfield on May 10.
POPCORN: IN THEATER: X2: X-amining the Problem 
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