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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News July 15, 1999
Tuesday, July 20, Procession Honoring War Victims
To Pass Through Area Towns

MUSIC FOR A SUMMER NIGHT…Members of the Hanover Wind Symphony perform in concert last Thursday on the Village Green in Scotch Plains, before an enthusiastic crowd of area residents who turned out to enjoy various musical selections and the company of their neighbors.
Recreation Com. Meeting Explanation for Pool Membership Sell-out
Planning Board Postpones Hearing Proposal for Café on Elm Street
Media Advisory Board Works on Plan For Revamped TV-36 Cable Station
Bd. of Adjustment Okays Variances For Community Center Addition
Condition of Softball Fields Topic of Conversation Around County Leagues
Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
Mtside Council to Vote Tuesday on Cable TV Franchise
Procession, Fireworks To Wrap Up Festival Of Mt. Carmel Society
Caregivers to Meet At SAGE Center

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
State and County Grants to Give Boost To Downtown Revitalization in Fanwood
Township Library Gets New Look to Match Technology Advances
Fanwood Squad Seeks Council Endorsement Of Pension Program
Township Council Votes Down Fogging Plan to Get Rid of Birds
Delinquent Court Fines In Fanwood May Drop If Credit Cards Get OK
County And State:
Surrogate Ann Conti Remembered As Caring Advocate, Role Model
Freeholders Predict Transition Into Millennium Will be Easy
Diesel Cars Proposed By Transportation Bd. For Light-Rail System
Power Outages Strike Area; PSE&G Cites Heat, Increased Usage

NEW TECHNOLOGY…Vivian Marek, one of the librarians at the Scotch Plains Public Library, and Ted Czarnomski, President of the Friends of the Library, admire new computers at the facility’s front desk. The units are part of recent renovations and technology additions made to the library to enhance it as a resource for the community.

The Week In Sports

RUGGED COLLISION AT HOME…Ferrara’s catcher Paul O’Sullivan, left, and Mike Kuchar collide at home as the ball goes flying behind O’Sullivan. Kuchar was safe but Ferrara’s defeated the Jade Isle. See another picture on page 14.

  • Men's Softball:
    Ferrara’s Auto Rumbles Over Jade Isle Softballers, 10-8

    Jolly Trolley Makes a Clamor; Bangs Mattress Factory, 12-9

    St. Joseph Growls; Humbles Bewildered St. Anne, 17-13

  • Baseball: SP-F 8’s Baseballers Skim Past Berkeley Heights, 12-11

    Westfield 10’s Take Down Somerville Nine, 11-4

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