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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News July 22, 1999
Roadway Projects Now Under Way
In County, Local Municipalities

FRESHLY PAVED...Workers are shown last week paving Midway Avenue, the extension of North Avenue, in Fanwood. The work on North and Midway created traffic havoc while the paving work was completed. Paving and other roadway work will continue through the fall on both Union County and town roadways.
Questions Arise Over Building Plan at Central and Cacciola
Central Ave. Renters Seek Justice, Repair Of Apartment Complex
Bond Projects Under Way At Roosevelt
Speeding Enforcement Yields Jump in Revenues to Municipal Court
Officials Say Solution to Maintaining Fields Is Crew at Cost of $250,000
Family Relocated From Kosovo
Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
Mountainside Women’s Club Installs Newly-Elected Officers
Mountainside Council Tables Vote On Pact For Comcast Franchise

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Fanwood Council to Pursue Dean Oil Site Survey Grant
SP Republicans Name Frank Rossi Candidate To Fill Unexpired Term
Scotch Plains Lions Club Marks 50th Anniversary Of Civic Service
Fanwood Squad Seeks Pensions
99 State Budget Reflects

County And State:
State’s Financial Strength By Senator Donald T. DiFrancesco
County Institutes Ban on Open Fires In Reservation
Neumann Foundation Donates Bikes to Cops99 State Budget Reflects

OUR SHIP WILL COME IN… Retired United States Navy Colonel Bill Sheppard of Fanwood salutes the many groups and individuals who have supported an ongoing campaign to bring the Battleship New Jersey home to the Garden State. Surrounding him at the July 15 meeting of Fanwood’s governing body, pictured left to right, are: Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly, Bill Van Riper, Commander of the Union County Veterans of Foreign Wars for 1997-1998, and members of the Air Force Junior ROTC program at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, James Dobis and Erik Van Hoesen. Just out of camera range is fellow Junior ROTC member James Drewes.

The Week In Sports

BRELINSKY CALLING THE OUT AT HOME… Umpire and Fanwood Old Men’s Softball Association President Bob Brelinsky makes the out call as Russell Road’s Jordan Scher is tagged out by Poplar catcher Carlos Vasquez in the fifth inning. Russell Road rolled over Poplar Place, 9-2.

  • Men's Softball:
    A. J. Jersey’s Hustle Hinders Bewildered Chaos Men, 9-4
    Russell Road Gang Grounds Struggling Poplar Place, 9-2
    St. Michael Keeps Chipping; Nicks St. Paul, 13-12, in 8th
    Meyer’s Marauders Mangle Bravo Landscaping, 10-6

  • Baseball: Westfield American 8’s Place Second in Kenilworth Tourney

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

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NEW - "This Is Westfield" - 1999:
"Our Town Scotch Plains": 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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