Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper AUG 19, 1999
Master Gardeners, Farmer Share Advice
On Plant Survival During Summer Drought

A RELAXING MOMENT...Town Administrator Edward A. Gottko had a chance to get away from job-related stress when he attended last year’s UNICO-sponsored Italian Festival at St. Bartholomew’s in Scotch Plains.
Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Unveils Amended Cable TV Pact; Tax Collector and Assessor Positions Merged
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Edward Gottko Retiring as Town Administrator; Mayor Eyes Selection Committee For Replacement
dot.jpg (865 bytes) HS Cross-Trainer Heather Dennis Pushes the Limits During Summer Cycling Tour
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:

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SP Council OK's Elected Mayor Ballot Question
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County Taxes are 18 Percent of Average $5,600 Property Tax Bill in Scotch Plains
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Fanwood Council OK's LOSAP Ordinance
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Work Is Underway at Fanwood Pocket Park Site
County and State:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Assemblyman Bagger Honored For Advocacy on Literacy
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Congressman Bob Franks Vows to Continue Fight to Stop Automatic Congressional Pay Hikes
dot.jpg (865 bytes) FTC Announces Toll-Free Line To Report Fraud

WATCHING THE POP-UP… left to right, are: Steve Mihansky, Carlo Melia, Jim Airey, Dom Deo and Jim Malfetti of Comcast Cablevision as they observe a pop-up by teammate in semifinal game against Antone’s Pub and Grill.
The Week In Sports
dot.jpg (876 bytes) Quick, Marauders Battle, Finish in a 17-17 Deadlock; Antone’s Pub & Grillers Burn Comcast, 7-6, in 50+ Semis; Russell Road Downs Hunter; Leaps to Fanwood Men’s Softball Finals; WPLJ/WABC Flattens ARC in Charity Game

Vincent Van Gogh
Blue Cheese Quiche
Jack Baker's Lobster Shanty
The Thomas Crown Affair:
No Royal Reception for the Remake

Echo Lake Park Concert To Feature Blues Tunes
Scotch Plains’ Italian Festival; Labor Day Weekend

New Power Soul to Conclude Village Green Concert Series

DANCING TO THE BEAT...Jaime Gallagher of Syracuse, N.Y., and Ted Haleh of Edison dance to the music of the Crescent City Maulers during last Thursday’s concert on the Village Green in Scotch Plains.

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