Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper February 11, 1999
Tensions Mount as Jaywalkers
Face Tickets and Enforcement

Residents Could Soon See Relief From Train Whistles
Preliminary Municipal Budget Up $754,000
Westfield Library Officials, Friends Seek Funding of $1.15 Million
Diner Site Demolition Is OK'd
Highland Ave. Subdivision Okayed Despite Unease of Neighbors and Board
Scotch Plains
Teacher Files Suit Against BOE, Administrators, Charging Job Discrimination For Union Role
Township Residents Air Views on Problems At Rahway and Raritan
DECA Boroughwide Survey Results Discussed During Special Presentation
LaGrande Park Building is Eyed For Use by Fanwood Seniors' Club

SURVEY FINDINGS…This is one of several charts included in a report prepared by the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School DECA, containing the results of a community-wide survey the marketing students group recently conducted to gauge public opinion about communication between residents and local government, as well as their feelings about the downtown. Mountainside
Council Plans Pocket Park Funds
Slabe Elected To Youth, Family Bd.
Trailside to Host Festivities

PARTY FUNDRAISER….United States Senator from New Jersey Frank Lautenberg, center, is flanked by Westfield Town Council members during Sunday’s fundraiser for the party. Pictured, left to right, are: Fourth Ward Councilman Lawrence A. Goldman, First Ward Councilman Carl A. Salisbury, Senator Lautenberg, Mayor Thomas C. Jardim and Third Ward Councilman John J. Walsh.

Union County and State:

  • Senator Frank Lautenberg Speaks At Westfield Democrat Fundraiser
  • Congressman Franks Slates Hearing on Bus Safety
  • Symphony Orchestra Slates Annual Fundraising Gala

The Week In Sports

UNION COUNTY SWIMMING CHAMPIONS…Jeff Wagner holds up the trophy to show the rest of the team after the Raiders defeated the Blue Devil boys who have owned the title for 42 years. Raider Head Coach Jessica Hulnik, top center, received a victory dip from the boys.

  • Nation's Longest Reign Ends; Raider Boys Defeat Devils Swimmers
  • Devil Swimmers Capture 7th Straight County Girls Title
  • Hot Indian Matmen Hold Off Raiders, 36-28, in the Teepee
  • No. 15 Lady Minutemen Top Blue Devil B-Ballers, 44-34

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Westfield 1998: Officials [14, 15], Police 16, Fire 17, County & State 37; Clubs & Organizations [30, 31, 32], Worship 46, Schools [26-27, 28-29], Recycling 38, Commerce 44, Parks 39, Recreation 45, Business Directory, ... more.

Scotch Plains 1998: Officials [22, 23], Police, Fire, Rescue [18], Worship [20], Schools [14]. [15], [27]. Recycling 25, Recreation [8], Business [10], ... more. Return to: Top of Page

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