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Westfield Council Candidates Face Off at Forum 

A CLUB NO MORE...This week, Club Malibu in Scotch Plains was torn down. The club has been closed since early 1999.

dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Candidates Face Off at Forum 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Examines WHS Parking Policy
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Discusses Traffic Study Firm
Scotch Plains/Fanwood: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Club Malibu Razed; Future Unknown
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Adjustment Bd. Sets Bowcraft Visit
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Public Hearing Slated for Cell Tower
dot.jpg (865 bytes) 'Project Lifesaver' Unveiled by Freeholders
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Names Kusak Interim Principal
Editorial: Redevelopment Law Is Being Misapplied; Needs Test in Court

Education/Teacher Profile: 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) James Moriarty, Guidance Counselor, Westfield High School

MOVE OVER...Blue Devils Lauren Purdy, No. 10, and Michelle Markowski, No. 12, bounce a Crusader.
Sports HeadlinesNo. 4 Raider Boys Shutout Union Soccer Farmers; Blue Devils Get Back the Fire, Muffle Bulldog Gridders.

Kara Shovlin, John Russitano

TV: 'Average Westfield Folk' Host Dance Show
Fiber Artists Don't Cut Corners on Quality; Arts, Crafts Show at Nomahegan - Went Beyond the Norm 
Pen & Ink: 'Joan' on CBS: Will Real God Stand Up?
Music: WF Symphony Orch. Savors Successful Opener

TAKING A STAND...Former Senate candidate Douglas Forrester, right, addressed the media at a recent press conference regarding the recent ballot switch with 22nd District State Senate candidate Martin Marks, second from left.
Popcorn: Lost In Translation: Delivers Its Message
Jim is an independent businessman having built a successful law practice. “Based on my experience running a law practice, I know the importance of being fiscally responsible.” Jim believes that thoughtful budgeting and prudent spending are the keys to running a successful business and town government is no different. “I promise to work hard to limit spending without sacrificing the high standard of services we as Westfielders expect. I will utilize our tax dollars wisely and commit myself to maintaining our beautiful parks, ball fields and recreation facilities.” Jim will continue to improve our streets and sidewalks so that our families may travel safely about town.       “We need to take a fresh look at the budget and find new innovative ways to maximize the productivity of our limited tax dollars.” Jim believes that as taxpayers, we must hold Union County Government responsible for its runaway spending. As part of the Westfield Republican Team, he will work side by side with fellow Westfielders Senator Tom Kean, Jr. and Assemblyman Jon Bramnick to increase state aid to Westfield. “By fighting to increase state aid, we can help to ease our property tax burden which is presently borne on the backs of our seniors and hard working families.” As part of the Westfield community, Jim is a member of the Westfield Jaycees serving as that groups President last year while continuing his work on the Child Shield Program. As a member of the Jaycees, Jim helps to raise money for college scholarships for our graduating seniors.

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