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Westfield, Mountainside, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ Newspaper May 27, 1999
Cost of Patriotism Will be Focus of Memorial Day;
Festivities Slated to Kick Off at 9 a.m.

SUBJECT OF TRAFFIC STUDY...The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is expected hire a consultant at its meeting tonight to complete a study along with recommendations for improving the intersection of East Broad Street with Mountain Avenue and Central Avenue for both motorists and pedestrians alike.
County Set to Hire Consultant Tonight To Study Major Downtown Intersection
Opponents of Tamaques, Brightwood Proposals Continue to Address Concerns Over Projects
Special Town Committee to Begin Paring Down Proposals From Consulting Firms for Extensive Parking Deck Plans
Residents Seek Council’s Help On Parking for Doctors’ Office
BOE Seeks Opinion From Parents at Deerfield Forum; Revised Study Skills Curriculum Considered
Newcomers Set Upcoming Activities

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Township Officials Recall Service Of Mr. Donatelli; Mrs. Donatelli Among Names For Vacancy; Township Council Weighs Proposal To Establish Shade Tree Commission
Fanwood Republican Mayoral Candidates Defend Positions on Proposed Debate
Proposal to Install Curbing and Sidewalks Protested by Fanwood Residents of Pleasant Avenue
Four Men Are Indicted In Assault at Dealership
Union County:

Retail Skills Center Aimed at Both Unemployed, And Under-employed Persons
County Clerk Re-elected President of Caucus Group
Union County Collecting Household Special Waste

DISTINGUISHED GROUP…The Two Hundred Club of Union County honored police and fire personnel for bravery in 1998 during a May 14 luncheon attended by nearly 500 people — the most in the organization’s 30-year history. Police officers who received Valor Awards, pictured left to right, are: front row, Officer William F. Stanek, Summit; Corporal Andrew F. Sullivan, Mountainside; Officer Suzanne Butler, Scotch Plains; Officer Anne N. Degenhardt, Summit, and Officer James Scannell, Scotch Plains, and back row, Detective Kevin McDonough, Elizabeth; Officer Michael D. Cantone, Summit; Sergeant Mark Zyla, Scotch Plains; Sergeant Kevin Keating, Union County; Officer John R. Rice, Summit, and Officer Glenn Griffin, Clark.

The Week In Sports

POOF! THE DIRT FLIES…Raider Stacy Bushinger plunges into the dirt during the long jump event at the North 2, Group 3 tournament.

  • Track: Raider Boys Run Away With Group 3 Track Sectionals; Lady Raiders Get 2nd, Devils Take Fourth in Sectionals
    Baseball; Raider Nine Finish Season, Defeating Crusaders, 8-5; Highlander Nine Down Dover, 2-1, in Sections
    Softball; Highlander Girls Win County Softball Title; Raider Diamond Girls Rattle Mt. Olive, 8-2, in Sectionals; Sizzling Lady Cougars Burn Blue Devils, 4-3, in Seventh

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