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Scotch Plains Cell Tower Hearings on Hold Until September

PATIENCE...Approximately 100 residents attended the Scotch Plains Board of Adjustment meeting last Thursday to hear deliberations on the proposed 120-foot high cell tower at the Willow Grove Swim Club property. Parents attending were concerned about the potential health effects of the cell tower as the proposed location is near McGinn Elementary School. The meeting was adjourned after midnight and will be continued in September.

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Mayor Notes U.N. Ambassador is Tax Exempt
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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Berkeley Heights:
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Editorial: Notorious, Route 22 From Mountainside to Scotch Plains

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CAL RIPKEN CHAMPIONS…The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Raider 9-year-old boys and their coaches rejoice after defeating South Orange-Maplewood, 5-0, in the championship game at Booth Field in Scotch Plains on July 15. Blue posted an unblemished 6-0 record.

St. Jude Stuns St. Luke In Battle of St. Bart’s Best; SPF Blue Blanks So. Orange in Ripken District 12 Title; Russell Road Routs MacLennan Softballers; Legionnaires Ambush KMD In UC Senior Softball; WF Baseball Blue 9s Whip Florham Park Boys; Westfield White 8s Defeat Basking Ridge Green  Photos

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Luba Fedash

Book Nook: Blossoms on a Rooftop by Luba Fedash
Swing Band: Nostalgia Returns to Mindowaskin Park
For Cause: Ladies Mix P.I.N.K. 
Take the Stage: 'No Regrets' at Kean University 
Artistic: New Life from Pantyhose

Summer Arts Festival
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Del Sol at Echo Lake

RESCUE…A news helicopter circles above while Union County HazMat rescues workers overcome by carbon monoxide on July 11. The incident is under investigation by OSHA.

SIGNED…Governor Jon Corzine signs the Global Response Act at the Meadowlands on July 6. At right is Assemblywoman Linda Stender of Fanwood, the primary sponsor of the legislation.

Government Reform Thoughts

It's time for indicted State Senators Sharpe James and Wayne Bryant to resign. - See year-to-date reform thoughts.

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