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1 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM VOL. 95 NO CENTS HAUNTED PAST Journey back to 188? and revisit a graoqbk moment in Union County history as re-enactors bring to life 'The Unknown Woman Murder Mystery Tour" in Rahway. Page 7 County expects to layoff 10% of work force By Cheryl Hebl" Staff Writer The county is reportedly taking some drastic financial steps in order to balance the 2012 budget, including laying off 280 employees, sources said. Officials said with the layoffs, job vacancies and program eliminations, along with operating and expense cuts.'the county will be able to slash $10 million from their deficit, which, according to sources, is well over $30 million. However, neither County Manager Al I aella or Fiscal Committee Chairman Freeholder Dan Sullivan would discuss actual budget numbers until the spending plan is introduced April 5. Approximately 10 percent of the 2,800 fulltime employee base v, ill be affected by the la> - offs, but because the count) Has a significant number of civil service positions, the state had in be notified of all layoff plans. Subsequently, the count) filed its first plan for 44 layoffs earlier this month, effective Way 1. These employees already received notice of * While there are no words that can ease the pain for those employees who may be impacted, this board expresses its sympathy. ' Freeholder Dan Sullivan the impending layoff, but the remaining 236 employees were expected to receive layoff notices this week. Those layoffs will be effective June I. Sullivan said New Jersej State Civil Service will establish a special re-employment list for all affected county employees, ranked b> seniority. If. in the future, the need arises for an) of those employees to be called back to work. Civil Service will take care of calling them back. But the decision to layoff employees did not come easy. "While there are no words that can ease the Hillside's Menza takes home mayor of the year honors By Cheryl Hehl Staff Writer Monday night The Gateway Regional Chamber of Commerce rolled out the red carpet, awarding their own version of the Oscars to mayors and other town officials. The ballroom at the Airport Marriot Hotel was packed with 350 mayors, public safety officials, administrators, governing body members and business sponsors eagerly awaiting the climax of the gala evening the announcement of the Mayor of the Year award. Like the Academ) Awards, the (iatevva> Regional Chamber had a team of judges made up of members of the local Community Affairs Commission members. And. until the moment the announcer asked for 'the envelope please." no one. not even Gateway's Chief Executive Officer Jim Coyle, knew the name of the winner. Coyle noted that the Ciatewav Chamber event is the largest, non-partisan political event in the county, and at this year's celebration. I lillside Mayor Joseph Menza was the recipient of the coveted Mayor of the Year title. He was specifically lauded For his "courage and fortitude in standing up to the political machine." Menza graciouslv accepted the award - a gold statue made by the same company that also produces Hollywood's Academy Award admitting thai being mayor was often a solitary job. "I'm humbled by this award," Menza said, adding that he was not unlike all the other mayors in attendance because he too "served not for the monev or power but for love of his community." As mayor of Hillside, a Faulkner Act town with a popularly-elected mayor separate from the council, it has often been an uphill battle For Menza to make the changes he knew would benefit the communitv and taxpayers. The poem he recited during the five minutes each mayor was allotted to bring everyone up to speed on the last year, while lighthearted. managed to touch on some of the highlights. "Mv name is Joe Men/a and I'm the mayoi of Hillside, our council meetings are like being at ri See MENZA, Pagi wcwa pain for those employees who may be impacted, this board expresses IK sympathy," said freeholder Dan Sullivan, chairman of the Fiscal Committee. Along with the layoff notices also came the decision to not fill a total of 7 2 positions that are airrentlv vacant. Additionally, the freeholder board, count) manager and department directors all agreed to take a three-da) voluntary salarj reduction equivalent to what three of the unions have ahead) accepted. This included the count) police rank and tile, police superior officers and I ocal 68 Engineers. ["he cuts did not come eas) for the count) either, according to several freeholders, who said departmental directors spent weeks scrutinizing department budgets and making all cuts possible. And vet. according to the county, there still was a considerable deficit. The onlj thing the) could do, said Freeholder Chairman Al Mirabella. was resort to laving off employees. "We are in a verv, very difficult position," Mirahdla explained to the audience containing icpiesentaiives ol the 11 unions attending last Thursday's freeholder meeting. Explaining they had done everything possible over the years and up to this point to avoid layoffs, Mirabella said the decision was "clearl) a last resort." Although the majority of freeholders did not have anv comments about the lav nils, i holder Angel Estrada explained wh) tins situation developed in (he first place. "I realize how difficult tins is but we have a responsibilit) u> ensure a balanced budget," he said, stressing that in his opinion he did not believe "the different union groups worked hard enough to come forward to work something out." I straria did feel there still was a small window ot opportunit) Fot union leaders to step to the plate and negotiate turthei so there were less lay* See COUNTY, pacl 4 Mayor Joseph Menza of Hillside, right, took home the Mayor of the Year Award at the annual Gateway Chamber of Commerce awards dinner. James Coyle, left, CEO of the chamber, was the master of ceremonies for the evening. Home & Landsca Special $ 5 Admits 2forl with this ad «** March April 1 "I PAGE 3 National Guard Armory 500 kiihwav Ave., Westficld (nexl to High School) exposea.st.com

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3 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 3 Councilman: 7th Ward does not want plant EarthCare and Councilman Sheehy have different opinions regarding a proposed medical waste plant By Cheryl Hehl Staff Writer There are two vastl> differing sides developing regarding a medical waste facility taking up residence in the eit\ "s public works building on Lowet Road. How ii ultimately ends up. though. nov> rests entirety with the city council. Regardless what decision is made by council in the coming months about this proposed facility, one thing is certain residents living in the area are passionately against KarthCare moving into their neighborhood. On the other hand. the partners involved with gelling this innovative and new way to process medical waste off the ground cannot understand whj there is so much concern. EarthCare partner Jeff Crisalli remains, quite frankly, baffled b\ the opposition he and his business partners received at a meeting held in the 7th Ward two weeks ago. Especially because it was not his or his partners idea to come back to Linden. "The key is we were asked b\ the mayor to come back." said Crisalli Monda\, admitting that "'we had already chalked this up for dead in Linden." This is not the first experience Crisalli has had in the medical waste industry business. In fact, he previously owned a facility in Toms River that used an auto-clave system, which is different than the roto-clave machinery that has been approved by the New Jerse) Department of Environmental Protection for use. "The difference is the material goes into a drum container and all and steam and negative air destroys all bacteria. Any liquid that goes into the sewerage system is cleaned of all bacteria or anything contamill\ I'.iul Grtullch In Linden, talks have begun regarding possibly renting the old public works garage to EarthCare, a company that would bring in a medical waste treatment facility. However, contention over the proposal has heated up in recent weeks, with many noting that the location is directly adjacent to Buchanan Park. Councilman Jack Sheehy of the 7th Ward has also noted the area is a flood zone. nated," Crisalli explained. As for attending the meeting held in the 7th Ward without information residents would like to know, Crisalli felt this was premature. "We are doing this purely as a speculative venture," he added, pointing out that at this point it would be at least a year before any business was off the ground. Not only does the city council have to vote on closing the public Omporium works garage, but EarthCare needs to go before the Planning Board for approval. However, because ihis area is already zoned for heav) industrial use, zoning would not be a problem. The machines dial EarthCare would use, he said, cost SI.2 million each and they intend to have three machines on the premises. two working in two shifts, with one on reserve. But that is jumping the gun. Crisalli said. "The reason no one has used these machines in New Jersex so far is because its impossible ti an approval from towns," he added. mentioning ihai this is confusing because there is more bacteria in household waste than in the medical waste the) would be processing EarthCare, he said, would have aboul 20 employees, 14 plant workers with six sales people in the field. The plant itself would make icss noise than a compactor. Crisalli also believes thai l.arth- Care can,m-i the votw Deeded from council to move forward. Jack Sheehy, 7th Ward Councilman, does not care how quiet the plan! will be M that the Dl I' has approved the machinery. I le, along w iih residents \i\ ing in the 7th Ward, do (KM want anj medical waste facility in then 1 neighborhood. Sec PROPOSED, I'age 12 Home & Landscape 1 South Avenue E. (across from Mr. J's) Cranford, NJ (908) Jelly Belly Jelly Beans & Chocolate Eggs Open Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday 10-5 Major Credit Cards Accepted Open Good Friday & Saturday savetws A* March April 1 National Guard Armory 500 Kahway Avc, Westfield (next to High School) This is a TOTAL HOME SHOWCASE Showcasing Everything For The Home Interior & Exterior. All Surrounded by Gorgeous Landscape & Garden Displays. Admission 2 For 1 Special: ss.iio with Ihis ad! Show Hours: Fri. 4pm to 9pm, Sat 10am-8pm Sun. 11am to 5pm Adults $5 Children under 12 FREE Parking FREE exposeast.com

4 PAGE 4 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOSttSOURCE How to reach us: Union County LocalSource is published every Thursday by Worrall Community Newspapers, an independent, family owned newspaper company. Our offices are located at 1291 Stuyvesant Avenue, Union, N J We are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every weekday To subscribe: Union County LocalSource is mailed to the homes of subscribers for delivery every Thursday One-year subscriptions in Union County are available for $20.00, two year subscriptions for $38 00 College and out-of-state subscriptions are available. You may subscribe by phone by calling and asking for the circulation department. News items: For information or to report a breaking news story, call and ask for editorial. 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RECEIVE A FREE GARAGE SALE KIT when you purchase a GARAGE SALE SPECIAL YOUR AD PLUS THIS KIT MAKES HAVING A GARAGE SALE EASYI ESSEX COUNTY or COUNTY 1 Week $31.00 / 30 Words BOTH COUNTIES 1 Week $45.00 / 30 Words A»k tbout ourrmln dmtm Please check garage sale ordinances with your local town hall County to make drastic cuts to help balance 2012 budget (Continued from Page I) "I still believe there is a possibility that some things can be remedied," Estrada said, adding the board "does appreciate our employees, but unfortunately this is the reality of the world today." It was evident cutting the county workforce was not what the freeholder board planned, but according to Sullivan, the county exhausted all other options. "A few weeks ago I spoke about the findings of the Efficiency Taskforce's report which recognized the potential to save more than $850,000 through a series of cost cutting measures to be implemented throughout the course of the fiscal year," he said, but noted that as the board neared the last two weeks before the budget was to be introduced, it became apparent major measures had to be taken to close "a very significant budget deficit." Even with all department directors asked to cut 5 percent off last year's operating and expense budgets, it still was not enough to cut into the deficit faced by the coun- 'y- County manager Al Faella suggested, and the freeholder board agreed, that certain programs and services had to be slashed. Included in the cuts were Union County MusicFest and the Rhythm and Blues by the Brook concerts, which the board announced two weeks ago. Also included was Kids Kingdom events for this year. The board also agreed to cut all county funding to the Rutgers Cooperative Extension, which has its offices in a Westfield, county-owned building. But. according to Union County Communications Director Sebastian D'EIia, this program receives grants from the state and federal government which should be enough to keep it afloat. The county operated Division of Consumer Affairs will also be eliminated and the freeholder Scholars, Senior Scholars and College for Teens will be cut back to their 2011 spending levels. D'EIia said, though, that until the board introduces the budget April 5, anything can happen. "This is not a completed budget," he explained, adding that what is laid out right now is "a picture in time." "The deliberate document will not be laid out until April 5, but even then anything can change," the communications director added. Last year, the county's $ million budget was a 4.9 percent increase over the previous year. Under that spending plan the average homeowner wiih a house assessed at $153,823 saw an increase of $93, and the total raised by taxation in 2011 was nearly $293.8 million In 2011, though, the county was able to ward off layoffs by continuing the wage freeze that was put in place the year before. The county maintained the $10 million budget deficit last year was the result of the state imposed cuts in aid which left little recourse to recover these costs. Springfield budget jumps $1 million, claims exception to 2 percent cap By Paul GreuHch Staff Writer -- The township's proposed 2012 budget has been introduced to the public and is awaiting final approval from both local and state officials. According to Chief Financial Officer Michael Quick, the budget involves $29.3 million in total general appropriations, up from last year's $28.3 million. It means a $93 increase per home assessed at the township's average of 5160,000. Township Administrator Anthon\ Cancro reported the budget ase is due primarily to two factors. One stems from overtime related to two severe storms last year; Hurricane Irene, which flooded portions of the town, and a freak October snowstorm that resulted in man) fallen tree limbs and downed power lines. These weather events requited extra work by police, fire. the Office of Emergency Management, public works and others. "We had a $246,000 expense they did not budget for in 2011, which required an emergency appropriation that hurts us in 2012." Cancro said. The other factor stems from a pension deferral from The option for municipalities to defer on their annual pension obligation was offered only once by then-governor Jon Corzine. The only sitting committee member who was on the governing body when this decision was made is /iad Shehady, who voted in opposition to the 2009 deferral. Shehady, who now serves as mayor, refused to comment for this article. Springfield is now paying the remaining $765,000 of their deferral back in its entirety. "We're doing that because we want to avoid the 8.25 percent interest ihe state would charge," Cancro said. Commhteeman David Amlin, who is not on the finance committee this year, said the one aspect of the budget he took issue with was this deferral payment, which he had initially hoped to diltuse over several Amlin said he would have preferred to pay the money back over time, but trusts Quick's judgement and understands the reasoning behind paying it back in one year. "I just hate the idea thai iis an extra chunk of money in the budget this year as opposed to being spread out over three years,"amlin said. The tax lew is $21.4 million, an increase of S from last year. This represents a 2.9 percent increase, exceeding the state's 2 percent cap. However, the township is claiming an exception to the cap law. "There are four to five exceptions to the rule, one of which is deferred pensions," Quick explained. Cancro said several increases in revenue helped the town, such as $ 10,000 in additional revenue from a cell tower and $20,000 in delinquent property taxes that were collected. The township also obtained more revenue from the improved parking meter system. Salary and wages basically remained fiat, he said. Cancro said the town recently learned Standard and Poor has rated Springfield a AA+, the same rating as the state of New Jersey, which Cancro said is a "very good sign". In Springfield, the township administrator and CFO assemble the framework of the budget while finance committee members go on to examine it in more detail. Cancro said he and Quick got started on the budget in Januarv. Amlin said he is satisfied with the budget overall and does nol anticipate any major changes to the budget between now and it.s adoption. "I'm just glad we got it done on time this year." Amlin said. "There have been years in the past when the budget dragged on months and months past when it was supposed to be approved. That puts you under a much more watchful eye from the state, which is not a good thing. Cancro said the finance committee "seemed content" with the budget, and reported little public interest at the March 19 hearing. "It was not well attended. The comments we got were favorable," Cancro said. Residents will have additional opportunity for comment and questions at the budget's final reading on April 24.

5 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 5 $87.4 million budget includes tax increase Cheryl Hehl Staff Writer Township officials expect the average homeowner with a house assessed at {45,600 to see a $89 tax increase for 2012 in the municipal portion of their tax bill. The township introduced its S87.4 million 2012 budget recently. but taxpayers are only affected by the amount to be raised b\ taxes, which came to $62.8 million. Township Administrator Ron Manzella said not only did the township manage to reduce the tax impact over last year, but they also stayed under a "hard 2 percent cap." "That means we have nothing extra outside the cap. which many towns have to do in order to stay with that cap," said the administrator who took over after the ailing former administrator Frank Bradley retired last year. "The increase means the average homeowner will pay $7.50 a month more than last year," Manzella said, mentioning that considering everything that has to be included within the 2 percent cap, "we are on solid financial footing." The $87.4 million spending plan, of which only $62.8 million is raised by taxpayer dollars, came in $1.2 million more than last year, or a 1.8 percent increase and under the mandated 2 percent cap. Last year the township's budget came in at $85.9 million with $61.7 million supported by taxpayer dollars and called for an average tax increase of $99. making it $188 in tax increases over two years for the average homeowner assessed at $45,600. Manzella said they would have only saw a 1.5 percent increase but the township had to factor in mandated library costs, which increased the overall number. Making a huge financial impact on the 2012 budget, Manzella said, was something no one expected but had to make allowances for financially when working on the 2012 spending plan. "We had $15 million in net assessed valuation loss," the administration explained, pointing out that these appeals accounted for approximately $40 of the total $89 increase in taxes for the average home owner. However, one taxpayer in the township made an impact on those appeals. "We had a significant loss in tax appeals from Merck," Manzella said, but added that this is to be expected in the economy everyone has been experiencing. The majority of the budget, the administrator explained, is salary and wages, accounting for 23 percent of the spending plan. That breaks down to 20 percent for the police, 20 percent for fire and 5 percent for the Department of Public Works. Because of union contracts, salaries increased 2.25 percent, or SS Health care benefits also jumped by SI.I million over On the positive side. Man/ella said the township remains at full staff with no layoffs. "We are in a solid financial position and our budget is basically flat," he added, but did stress the township is always looking for where they can share services w ith other municipalities in order to reduce costs. "This is a budget that is light with no out-of-cap expenses," Man/ella repeated. "We are in a position where we can continue to provide excellent services to residents." the administrator said, noting, for example, that Union will maintain its AA bond rating, which is a sign of "good management." "We didn't delete an\ services beyond what is safe and healthy for the township and residents," Man/ella said. The township, though, did dip into surplus, or savings, taking $5.5 million to offset taxes. But this still left $4.3 million in their collets. Manzella said. "One of our goals was to live within a hard 2 percent eap ami noi put anything outside the cap." the administrator said, explaining that this process involves every department head checking themselves to ensure they sta\ within their budget during the year. "livery department head is responsible for managing their own budget and we hold them accountable," he said, noting that he and township Chief Financial Officer Tammi Kobrin hold quarterly budget review meetings with these department heads to ensure they are "on target." One area that continued to reap extra revenue over the previous year was construction. Last year this department made $500,000 in fees and Manzella said this department continued on this track of increased revenues for Part of the budget included setting aside $86,127 to pay governing body members who earn $17,225 each for serving as an elected official on the Township Committee. 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6 PAGE 6 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE Union Center property owner: 40% want SID gone By Cheryl Hehl Staff Writer Union Center property owner Phillip (ieron believes the Speeial Improvement District is not living up to its full potential and should be disbanded. Apparently ;i good percentage of owners in the center of town agree with him. (ieron, long disgruntled with the stale of the SID, recently circulated a petition among landlords who are part of the SID and 40 percent responded unanimously in favor of bringing this program to an end. However, he stressed, many feared retaliation by the township if they expressed dissatisfaction with how the SID has been handled over the last 18 years. "Retaliation would come in the form of re-living the Eminent Domain threat, township inspections which are unwarranted, and possible further increase in SID taxes," said (ieron in an interview last week. "With one political party in control and patronage out of control, the fear does have a basis in reality." (ieron is attempting to arrange a meeting with members of the township committee in an attempt to rid 'The taxes collected do not benefit the township or center and are used to pay unearned salaries to a SID administrator who seemingly fails to account for where the money is spent.' Phillip Geron SID landlords of "this unwarranted, unfair tax." '"The taxes collected do not benelit the township or center and are used to pay unearned salaries, to a SID administrator who seemingly fails to account for where the money is spent," said the 79-year-old Morris Avenue property owner, adding "it's time to end this program." On March 8 Geron sent a letter to all SID business and property owners, pointing out that the services rendered to the SID are performed by the township department of public works, not outside contracted people and center festivals come with arrests and "S.W.A.T. teams on our roofs." 'Often events profit someone, but not us or the township. Tenants are leaving while our properties have lost value and our taxes have tripled. This is a mess." (ieron said in the letter. (ieron, who owns the Spartan Building located at 2009 through 2013 Morris Avenue believes an unpaid landlord committee would do a better job than SID Director Michael Minitelli has over the last 18 years. Minitelli, who oversees how the SI58,000 in special taxes paid by center property owners will be spent, is paid $55,000 annually, or 35 percent of the entire budget, to run special promotions and events along with ensuring the SID receives advertising for holidays. But, this is not a full-time position for the SID director. Sixteen years ago Minitelli became the director of economic development for the township, a job that pays an additional 568,259 in salary a year. Most recently Minitelli was praised by Township Administrator Ron Man/.ella as the person who helped work with the Morris Avenue property owner who will add two floors of apartments to a string of stores adjacent to the township municipal parking lot, municipal building and library. That type of improvement in the SID, Vlan/ella said, will bring additional foot traffic to the SID because people living in the apartments will shop in the center. Since 1993 when the township decided to form a SID as part of a revitalization effort in the center, property owners had to pay a mandatory SID assessment, or additional tax. In 2010 the SID tax rate was SI.025 for every $100 of assessed value, compared to 2009 when the rate was set at Since then the rate has stayed within these boundaries, going up or down very slightly. There are 60 property owners housing 104 businesses in the center, but drawing foot traffic to this shopping area so businesses continue to thrive and prosper has been difficult. Business move in and out, with vacancies often found in stores that seemed to thrive upon opening. In late 2010 LocalSource obtained SID budgets for several years prior that showed Minitelli was spending S annually on promotions, including SI4.000 to put up and take down holiday lighting. $3,000 for newsletters. 51,700 for community affiliations and events, and $59,000 for other promotions. However, there was no detailed information about these expenditures or what promotional activities took place for the SID. In late 2010 Minitelli could not shed any light on the lack of promotional events in the center, although he did point out that a considerable amount of money went toward holiday advertising in The Star-Ledger. According to state guidelines governing SID's, an executive director of a town's SID must use their expertise to identify areas of need. It is also the executive director's role to involve business owners in this process and maintain relationships with them to ensure their needs are being met. Several center property owners said they heard Minitelli was retiring as of September, but Manzella could not confirm that, but nor did he deny it. 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You can view or download these rules on the NJDEP Division of Land Use Regulation website at or you can find a copy of these rules in the county law library in your county courthouse. II you would like to inspect a copy of the application, it is on file at the Municipal Clerk's Office of each of the above listed municipalities, or call the NJDEP at (609) to make an appointment to see the application at NJDEP offices in Trenton during normal business hours. The NJDEP welcomes any comments you may have on this application. If you wish to comment on this application, comments should be submitted to the NJDEP in writing within 30 days after the Department publishes notice of the application in the DEP Bulletin. However, written comments will continue to be,n cepted until the NJDEP makes a decision on the application. Comments cannot be accepted by telephone. Please submit any comments you may have in writing, along with a copy of this notice, to: Attn: Engineering Supervisor for Union County State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Division of Land Use Regulation P.O. Box 439 Trenton, New Jersey When.the NJDEP has decided whether or not this application qualifies for approval under the Flood Hazard Area Control Act rules, NJDEP will notify the municipal clerk of the final decision on this application. Questions about the application may be addressed to: Bed, Bath & Beyond Attention: Jim Lambert 650 Liberty Avenue Union. NJ

7 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 7 BRUCE'S AUTO WRECKERS, INC. 211 East lnman Avenue, Rahway He Buy Cars and Sell Qualify Used Auto Parts If You Can't Find What You Seed, He Can! Photos B\ Dave VanDoenter COLD CASE The mystery of an unsolved 1887 homicide in Rahway lingers on as members of the Merchants and Drovers Tavern Association recreated the crime scene last weekend during the 125th anniversary of the unsolved crime. Stefanie Acquisto portrays The Unknown Woman for a seventh time as Matt Dobrowolski brings to life 1880's undertaker Daniel K. Ryno. Dead woman in Rahway lives on through mysterious tour By Paul Greulich Staff Writer It might be considered a fairly simple case by today's standards. A dead body, obviously a homicide victim, found on the roadside without identification. Police would analyze DNA, dental records, finger prints, to identify the victim and hopefully the killer. But this case is a little different. When three brothers stepped outside early one morning in March and discovered the young woman frozen to the ground with her throat slashed, the year was 1887 and even fingerprinting was yet to be adopted by police. The case brought national attention to Rahway, but despite the best efforts of police and the local media, the identities of both killer and victim remained stranded in the realm of speculation, becoming one of Union County's most enduring mysteries. Area residents toured the scene of the crime yet again last weekend for the 125th Anniversary Observance Tour, presented by the Merchants and Drovers Tavern Association. Members of the association's acting company portrayed 19thcentury townsfolk who commented on the grisly and baffling events. According to local historian Al Shipley, more than 200 people turned out for the event. The unknown woman tour was done for the first time in 2006 and then again in 2010 when a book on the subject entitled "The Case of the Unknown Woman" was published. Shipley said it is the mysterious nature of the story which continues to capture people's attention. "We don't know the motive, we don't know the killer, we don't know the victim," Shipley said. ""With most cases, if there's one element missing it's a great mystery. But this one has three elements missing." After many years of research and contemplation, Shipley remains unsure how to answer when visitors ask for his own take on the mysterious incident and its nameless victim. "I really have no answer because there's so many possibilities that all make sense." Shipley said. Shipley said it could have been a robbery, rape or lover's quarrel gone bad. Rahway Police Chief John Rodger, who has become familiar with the case over the course of his career, said the aftermath of such a crime would unfold much differently today, because the city is much more densely populated and many people have video cameras and eel I phones. "Today I would hope we would have more citizen participation and more potential leads," Rodger said. Rodger said the victim may have been a recently-arrived immigrant, which would explain why no one could identify her. "Irani what I've read and heard about the case, they did everything they could with the case." Rodger said. "For the police work of thai day they did a pretty adequate job." Rodger said it is understandable for unsolved murders to linger in the minds of townspeople and law enforcement, particular!} when they involve someone who is clearl\ an innocent victim, as the unknown woman is purported to be. "It definitely gets under \ our skin a little bit more," Rodger said. Rodger said he still remembers the case of Helen Smith, an eldei K woman fatally stabbed in her garage some years ago. "Even with today's technology we haven't been able to come up with the suspect in that case." Rodger said. Shipley said there is often talk of exhuming the unknown woman's body to use modem DNA testing to try to learn more about her identity. Rodger said this would be a very expensive process that would not be worthwhile unless there was a credible DNA source to compare samples of the dead woman to. Shipley said he hopes the body is not exhumed. "Any mystery that gets solved ruins the story," Shipley said. "It really does. If they ever find out who Jack the Ripper really was. there's no story. The mystery makes it really intriguing." 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8 PAGE 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES On March 24, the Academy of Dance and Performing Arts in Union held a fund-raiser event at the studio to support one of their own dance families in need. The staff worked to create 'A Day of DANCE' fund-raiser, which featured a full day of dance workshops taught by studio faculty and guest teachers. «r COUNTY^ LOCALSOURCE Published Weekly Since 1917 Incorporating the Union Leader, The Observer, The Progress and The Eagle Published By Worrall Community Newspapers, Inc Stuyvesant Avenue, Union, N.J la' 'fic*rwi$*2^ oft '7lcsu/&txx>fy&t6' Worrall Community Newspapers, Inc All Rights Reserved Articles, pictures and advertisements heiein are the exclusive property of Worrall Community Newspapers. Inc and any republication or broadcast without written permission is prohibited UCLS I David OPINION PAGE Worrall Publisher Patrick Bober Regional Editor John DAchino Circulation Director EDITORIALS One small step for Union County Early statements from the county regarding next year's budget have had an alarming tone. And while the official budget is still not available, these early reports point the county in a different direction than residents have been accustomed to as of late. It would seem the financial crisis that everyone else has been dealing with for several years is finally hitting the $480 million Union County budget. What we have heard so far: Hundreds of layoffs, programs and departments being cut or defunded and deficit reductions are all to be expected. As much as 10 percent of the county's work force may find themselves out of jobs come June I. The Rutgers Cooperative Extension is expected to be defunded. MusicFest has already been cancelled. We have at times criticized the county for what has often appeared to be imprudent spending, and we are confident we will continue to find reasons to point our finger at the freeholder board, however, these are necessary and appropriate steps the county must take in order to pass a balanced budget. But and we hesitate to say it we are not quite sure it is enough. Here at LocalSource, we are struggling to find a good reason for Union County government to exist as it does today. They have acted like the arbiters of wealth, deciding how taxpayer dollars should be spent, and in the_case of MusicFest, with as little oversight as they can purposefully manage. We never wish for any hard-working employees to lose their jobs, especially in this economy. But these layoffs do appear necessary, and if anyone is to blame, it is obviously the county. But perhaps not for the reason you think. The county never should have hired 2,800 employees in the first place. While counties are large, geographically speaking, their governments should be as small as possible. And Union County, just like other counties, has grown far too big under the 14-year tenure of all Democrats. We are happy and pleased that the county is finally realizing this, however, we are displeased with how they ultimately reached this conclusion. Only Democrats can be blamed for leading Union County through the last 15 years or so, and it simply took a cut in state aid last year for them to see the error of their ways. Our fear is that if they could find more money, they would spend it, and worry about how their actions affect those around them only when it comes time to cut staffs and salaries and budgets. Moving forward, the county should be working to cut all departments, programs, employees, budgets, and general resource consumption to what it always should have been: essential services. MusicFest is nice. A mobile recycling station is nice. The Trailside Science and Nature Center is nice. But roads and public safety are necessary. We're betting the taxpayers would rather have the cash in their wallets, than in the energy bills it takes to run and maintain an enormous fleet of employees, cars, trucks, buildings, arts centers, science facilities, non-profits, grant programs, scholarships, concerts, parks, and an overly-superficial website that surprisingly lacks necessary information. When will video of freeholder meetings be available to the public? This shouldn't be the responsibility of the Union County Watchdog Association. Too often we can point our fingers at an instance of the county spending disclosed amounts of money in an undisclosed way on programs, as in the case of the Union County Alliance and MusicFest, that serves no necessary purpose for the taxpayers of Union County. Layoffs and cuts are tough, but this is a good start. We hope to see another 5 percent across the board budget cut next year, and every year after, until the county is efficiently funding only the services that are deemed truly essential. One possible solution to give the actual taxpayers authority over how their taxes are spent is to not take it from them in the first place. The county should let the individual towns and taxpayers decide what else they need to buy with their own money, not the entirely Democratic board of freeholders elected by less than 25 percent of eligible voters. In a county with a population of 536,000, it only takes about 30,000 votes to earn 1/9 of the political power a $480 million budget holds. This is something that should change, but never will. Less than 25 percent voter turnout, in our opinion, is an unsuccessful election. It's no reason to continue running an unsuccessful government. If residents and politicians want actual property tax relief, we feel making county government as small and as efficient as possible is the easiest and most sensible solution. Good work getting the ball rolling, but it's simply one small step in the right direction. Here's hoping Union County takes the next giant leap.

9 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 9 OP ED PAGE LEGAL QUESTIONS? Give us a call, it's FREE! We represent the seriously injured from auto, motorcycle, slip and fall, work related accidents (workers' compensation), and medical malpractice. We also handle your traffic tickets, DWI/DUI and criminal matters. rince&portnoi A T T O R N E Y S A T L A W Margaret Toots' Nusse was the founder and pitcher of the Linden Arians Softball Association.and was elected into the Amateur Softball Association National Hall of Fame in 1983 and Linden's Hall of Fame in Toots' was the first woman commissioner of New Jersey Amateur Softball Association and founder of the first Women's Umpire Association. Celebrating Union County women Hometown heroine In Linden's Eighth Ward there is a monument to Wanda Anna Green. The City of Linden's only victim of the September II, 2001 terrorist attacks. Wanda died a heroine as she, her fellow crew members and the passengers on flight 93 from Newark International Airport fought the terrorists. Due to the efforts of the crew and passengers the plane did not reach its target in Washington D.C.; instead it crashed into a field outside Schanksville, P.A. Wanda was one of United Airlines first African American flight attendants. Her children Jennifer and Joseph Benjamin can be proud of their mother who died saving hundreds of lives. Wanda was a deacon of her church and a community activist. Award-winning reporter Hillside's Jean Rae Turner reported on people and news for the Daily Journal. Jean Rae's love was history which she recorded in four books on Newark and Springfield published by Arcadia Publishing Company. Through the years, Jean Rae received many awards including one from her peers, the prestigious Woman of Achievement Award from the New Jersey Press Women. As editor of Citizen's Weekly I looked forward each week to receiving her history column. Jean Rae was a true professional and her column never needed editing. Today a book of a collection of the columns that appeared in Citizen's Weekly has been published posthumous!) and is available from Richard Koles at Union County History Society. Legendary women athletes Margaret "Toots" Nusse was the From the Pages of History By B. Bemzott founder and pitcher of the Linden Arians Softball Association and was elected into the Amateur Softball Association National Hall of Fame in 1983 and Linden's Hall of Fame in "Toots" was the first woman commissioner of New Jersey Amateur Softball Association and founder of the first Women's Umpire Association. Even more spectacular than "Toots" awards was "Toots'" lifetime pitching record which included 109 shutouts, 30 no hitters, and more than 1,700 strikeouts. Mildred "Millie" Deegan excelled in sports in high school and broke 43 track and field records. After graduating in 1937 she joined the Americanettes Team. One memorable night in 1939 she hit a home run 250 feet breaking a Madison Square Garden Record. Babe Ruth, who happened to be there, was impressed and posed for a picture with "Millie." The local press labeled her, "The Babe Ruth of Girls Softball." In 1943, "Millie" joined AA(il'- BZ that was subsequently featured in the movie "A League of Their Own." "Millie" reported the movie was accurate and that the girls had to go to Charm School and always wear dresses and makeup. Millie ended her career in Linden where she and her companion coached and played for 22 years. "Millie's" greatest moment was when she was inducted imo the Baseball Hall of Fame. All around woman athlete Mildred Didrickson Zaharias, "Babe" to her millions of fans, was a multi-talented athlete who excelled in basketball, golf, and track and field. "Babe" was all American Girls Basketball champion two years in a row. In her first track and field meet "Babe" won eight events. In 1952, The National Women's Track Championships were combined with tryouts for the team to represent the United States at the Olympic Games. Babe entered eight of the events, winning five events, and tied for first place in one event and ended up taking first place overall with thirty points. That summer she was on the team that represented the United States in Los Angeles. "Babe" set an Olympic record with her Javelin throw of 143 feet and 4 inches. She won another gold medal by running the eighty meter hurdles in 11.7 seconds. In 1953, "Babe" won the championship golf tournament named after her. Subsequently "Babe" had a bout with cancer but came back to win the National Women's Open Championship, her last, in Until next year, I would like to conclude Women's History Month with a quotation from a great lady. Eleanor Roosevelt, who set an example for all presidents' wives and the rest of us women. "Women are like tea bags, we don't know how strong we are until we are put into hot water." {. Bern/ott is the Founding President of Linden Historical Society Inc. and Chairman of the Elizabethtown Consortium. She can be reached at Andrew S. Prince Mitchell H. Portnoi Central Avenue Clark, NJ APRIL 6-15 Javits Convention Center Mon-Sat: loam-lopm Sun: 10am-7pm Save Time! BUY TICKETS ONLINE autoshowny.com NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW

10 PAGE 10 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE Menza named mayor of the year Gateway Chamber dinner host to over 350 on Monday night (Continued from Page I) side. 1 love my town and the people who live there, another threeyears and I'll lose all my hair," was a few of lines of the poem that ended this mayor'sfiveminutes at the microphone and endeared him to those in attendance. Little did he know that at the end of the evening it would be his his name that would be announced as Mayor of the Year. "I never expected it, but I'm honored and humbled." Menza said, adding the past few years have been difficult but rewarding because he stayed the course and fought for what he believed was right. "Not a dime increase in taxes and I did it all without a lot of support," the mayor said, but did add that the red tape has been cut in Hillside and we are heading in a good direction." After all 21 municipal representatives had the opportunity to speak about their town, other awards were handed out in several areas. This was the climax of the night and eagerly anticipated by those in attendance. Summit Administrator Christopher Cotter was named "Administrator of the Year," for bringing business to Summit and tor his efforts lo share services with other towns, including Millburn, which is in another county. But he refused to take all the glory for himself. "The truth of the matter is there is very little accomplished without a great stall." he said quietly, but noted that he intended to share the trophy with those who helped him reach the goals they set. Other award winners included lk Safety official of the Year, Police chief Eric Mason, who has held the duel role of police chief and interim administrator since Sept. 12. Mason, who had to deal with the devastating results of 1 Innl- My name is Joe Menza and I'm the mayor of Hillside, Our Council meetings are like being at ringside. I love my town and the people who live there, another three terms and I'll lose the rest of my hair. I've been fighting hard to get a CFO, The few who came ended up saying 'no.' We renegotiate all employee contracts anew, Cut back on staff, and retired a few. I've controlled town expenses, our budget is thinner, It's always a pleasure to attend this chamber dinner. Joe Menza, this year's mayor of the year according to the Gateway Chamber of Commerce, read this brief poem when it was his turn to speak. Each mayor was given a maximum of five minutes to address the crowd of over 350. cane Irene on the township and municipal building, was praised for his professionalism and dedication by presenter Union County Prosecutor Theodore Komankow. I ric is a kind, gentle man but he is also stern when need be," he said prior to announcing Mason had won the award. Coyle, serving as master of ceremonies, moved through the huge room, handing over the microphone to mayors and town officials who each hadfiveminutes to tell the audience what their municipality had accomplished in the preceding year. How they decided to do that, though, did not always follow normal protocol. Hut, just in case anyone forgot to watch the clock, a very large gong was on hand to warn the speakei that their time was up. This year only Plaint] eld Mayor Sharon Robinson Briggs heard the uncomfortably jarring gong reverberate through the cavernous banquet hall, which brought about thunderous laughter and clapping from the audience. I his portion of the evening also is one of the most popular because it provided yet another opportunity for an) town to win the coveted "Best Speaker of the Evening." While not every mayor goes overboard with a theatrical five minute speech, Scotch Plains Mayor Nancy Malool opted to put a 60's "Beatnik" spin on her Monday night speech, which managed to win her the award at the end of the evening. With the accompaniment of Township Attornej Jeffrey Lehrer on bongo drums, the beatnik mayor, dressed the part to the hilt, spun a tale of her tenure, much to the delight of the audience. Accepting her award was bittersweet because Malool mentioned during her five minute speech that it did not appear she would have party backing to run for another term as mayor. As the evening ended, town officials and mayors stood talking in small groups long after the tables were cleared. Overheard were serious discussions about the ongoing budget hearings and struggles to stay under the 2 percent state mandated cap. Even on this night, it was evident that for elected officials, and especially mayors, the work of running a town is a 24-hour, seven-da) a week job. BRIEFS Sprint for Springfield Schools date set at Sept 30 The Springfield Education Foundation announced Sept. 30 as the date of the second annual Sprint for Springfield Schools 5K Run/Walk. After the success of the first annual event that generated more than SI2,000 for SEF, the committee has decided to move the 5K up to earlier in the fall race season. Similar to last year, the Sprint for Springfield Schools 5K. Run/Walk, a USA Track & Field Grand Prix event, will commence at 9 a.m. from the front parking lot of Jonathan Dayton High School, 139 Mountain Ave.. Springfield. There will also be a Fun Run for children under the age of nine which will also be held at Dayton. Thanks to the support last year from community sponsors and individual contributors, all proceeds benefitted the Springfield Education Foundation. The funds raised from the race will be used for curriculum enhancing minigrants for the teachers, which will be announced at the end of the school year. Anyone interested in becoming a sponsor of the Second Annual Sprint for Springfield Schools 5K Run/Walk can contact Marie Madden at Additional details on the race, including registration information, will be announced in late spring. To be on the organizing committee or to volunteer for the day of the race, contact Steve Wolcott at Patriot Chamber of Commerce dinner, May 10 The Annual Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce dinner is scheduled for May 10 at 6:30 p.m. at L'Affaire in Mountainside. Investors Savings Bank, represented by Assistant Vice President Daniel E. Murphy, will be recognized as Business of the Year, and Springfield Chiropractor Gary Hecht will be recognized as Volunteer of the Year. Jason C. Tramm, artistic director of the New Jersey State Opera, will be the keynote speaker at the dinner. The New Jersey State Opera is dedicated to bringing full-scale grand operas, complete with full orchestra, full chorus and accomplished artists to New Jersey. Tramm holds degrees in music from the Crane School, the Hartt School, and a DMA in conducting from Rutgers University. He also serves as an Artist in Residence at Seton Hall University and is the artistic director of the Hudson Valley Chorale. Tramm's work with the New Jersey State Opera has received accolades. Hors' d'oeuvres will be served at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:30 p.m. For reservation and sponsorship opportunities, Professional Directory LAWYER The I ;i w cc < t f. Gapece i:so, LXC ^n.... Nn.n MI II,.,!,. lh, N.I. Ofvico* tor IIKIIVKIUHI and oorpor I.<ifiHt» of th law Bu»in% um*r Rights and Protection Oonau (908) LECLAWONLINE.COM PUBLICATIONS Maple Composition H* A Div. of Worrall Community Newspapers Inc. Y Computerized Typesetting Newspaper Publications Printing Standard Size (Broadsheet), or Tabloid For More Information 1291 Stuyvesant Avenue Union, N.J Ask for Faye. Ext. 172 Resident to receive citizenship award Bruce Bergen, a Union County attorney, has been selected by the Springfield B'nai B'rith to receive its 2012 International Citizenship and Civic Award. The presentation will be made on June 13 at Temple Beth Ahm Yisrael, Springfield, by Joseph Tenenbaum, president,which covers all of Union County and is one of the largest B'nai B'rith units in New Jersey. In announcing the selection of Bergen for the award, Tenenbaum praised Bergen for his high standards. Tenenbaum noted that Bergen, a Springfield resident and former longtime Springfield municipal attorney, has extensive legal experience in municipal, county and state organizations and is w ith the law firm of Krevsky. Silber and Bergen. Bergen, active in Rotary, has served as special counsel for Runnels Hospital in Berkeley Heights and has assisted New Jersey residents in the organizations which he has guided, Tenenbaum said. 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11 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 11 Unsolved murder mystery Business owner raises concerns with Union SID (Continued from Page6) mem papers tor Mi. Minitelli as of >et." the township administrator said Friday. Last week several SID property and business owners agreed to talk with LocalSource about the ongoing problems, but asked tor anonvmin because they feared retaliation from the township. "Sure I'm upsel about pining a speeial ta\ and getting nothing back for it except a few ads in a newspaper that I have to pa\ for." s;iid one business owner, whose rent includes the SID tax. Asked win he fell there would be retaliation, the business owner laughed. "That's how the\ keep us m line," he added. One property owner said be would gladu stand before the town ship committee to voice his objections to the SID. given how little the\ receive for then special tax dollars, hut he knows what would happen right afterward. " Ihe\ would send the tire and construction officials down to mj propert\ and make im life miserable with code and Eire violations," he said, adding he could not afford that kind of harassment. "Ik-sides, how do 1 know what else the) would try to get even with me." he asked. Cieron agreed he heard similar comments, but pointed out that he has a $20 million investment in the center and he is not about to bail out. "We need to get rid of the SID and handle things ourselves." he added. Hut he did feel improvement was needed. "There is something wrong in the center, bw nothing will ever be like it was in the 1930s and 40s oi even the 1960s," Cieron said, adding that the buildings are old and m need of renovation oi a facelift. "Look. mitialk the SID did well, but it has outlived its usefulness We need to find another wa> to try and revitalize the center," he said. "Look. I've peaked property owners interest so maybe we can change things." he continued. "I hope so because something has to give. We can't pump none) into this SID and continue to gel nothing in return." I'holo By Dave VmiDi-xcnler At the Rahway Cemetery, the 125th anniversary of an unsolved homicide involving a mysterious unidentified woman was brought back to life by the Merchant and Drovers Tavern Museum Association. Above, three re-enactors portray the Three Gossiping Ladies' who spread word of the savage slaying back in NEW JERSEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER With an associate degree or 60 credits", you can NEW complete your degree online from your home computer! COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS With Additional Certification in Information Assurance Security. Prepare to enter the high demand field of information systems security. CRIMINAL JUSTICE Develop the skills necessary to pursue various careers in this exciting field. * We offer programs so you can earn your associate degree before you begin the online program. Join us - OPEN HOUSE Saturday, April 21, a.m. Kirby Hall 262 South Main Street, Lodi, NJ Reserve your spot! B077 felician.edu adultundergraduatefsfelician.edu D FELICIAN C O L L E G E The Franciscan College of New Jersey YELLOW RIBBON PARTICIPATING INSTITUTION Discover what's insi, May 1-Sunday, May 6 West Side Story Relive one of the greatest romances in musii >! theatei with this,k ( I,limed 2009 Broadway revival $29-$126 Friday, April 20 at 8:00 Audra McDonald with the New Jersey Symphony Chamber Orchestra Andy Einhorn, conductor An evening devoted to 11u Broadway and i lollywood songbooks $25-$110 NJPAC GO-NJPAC ( ) Groups ol 10 or more: Bank One Center Street. Newark. NJ

12 PAGE 12 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE BATHTUB REGLAZING SAVE IT REGLAZE IT MAKE YOUR BATHTUB LIKE BRAND NEW LIMITED TIME! Tub Sale Price $ Yr Warranty lkil3vh028407ck) CALL TODAY BEAUTIFUL TOMORROW Advanced Refinishing Corp N E W TUB »» Internet Directory Coldwell Banker DaunnoDevelopmentCo ERA Village Green JRS Realty Mountainside Hospital... Summit Area Jaycees Suburban Essex Chamber of Commerce,. Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad 2 Turning Point To be listed call »» Like Us and Follow Us. facebook.com/uclocalsource twitter.com/uclocalsource T COUNTY^ LOCALSOURCE Want to receive the latest happenings in your town from a reliable, credible news source? Worrall Newspapers have pages on Facebook and Twitter and we provide our followers with the latest in local information. We also want our readers to be actively involved. Send us any news tips to tweet at: A proposal to bring a medical waste facility to the location of the old public works garage in Linden is causes quite a stir among residents, the mayor and council members. Proposed plant angers many (Continued from Page 3) lie also strongly believes the city council will never agree to combining both the public works ige and municipal garage so the public works building on Lower Road can be rented to EarmCare. I le also thinks that something is fishy when it comes to how this all unfolded. "My theory is this sounds like the old way Linden use to do things, not the open way we have been doing things," he said. "I don't think they have the Mites on council.'" Sheehx added, explaining that it IS impossible to move a larger building into a smaller one. 'There are ten mechanics in one building and ten in the other, [f we merge the two buildings, some people will have in go," he said. He also noted that the mayor said the citj would have lo add on to the municipal garage and it would cost 1,000, but he doubts it would be that little of an investment Library helps with job search April 2 Railway Public Library will be host to Jumpstart Your Job Search. Chrystal Me Arthur, senior associate director of the Ruti m\l-isit\ Career Sen ice. will discuss the skills needed to get the career that one wants. "The city built a tin garage and it cost a million," Sheehy said. "This is all a rush. If you are going to do something like this, what is the rush? Do it once and do it right," the 7th Ward councilman said. But that is not the only problem Sheelu foresees with this proposed project. He is concerned about the health, safety and welfare of every resident living in the 7th Ward. "This building is in a flood area. It is below sea level. It should be self contained, not in an area where Hood waters could take that stuff all over." he said. The councilman also has other concerns. Specifically that the citj is allowing EarthCare to "tell us how much they arc going to give us to bring that medical waste plant here." "We should i-o telling them what we want, not the other wa> around." Sheehy said. "It's not like the) are buying a hot dog stand." Besides, he added, the 7th Ward BRIEFS There will be two sessions. "'Righting' a Resume" will be on April 2 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. During this session, one can learn how to market one's self in today's competitive economy and discover tips on how to make a person stand out on a resume. "Interviewing with Confidence" w ill be on April 9 from 6:30 to 8 has the same tax rate as Raritan Road, wondering why his ward needed to serve as the location. "This whole thing is great in theory, but what if there is human error?" the councilman asked. "The sewerage has to be self-contained." Sheehy said the EarthCare representatives also failed to make a good impression on the three hundred or more residents that came out to the meeting a few weeks ago. "You should have heard these gu\s. they were like the Soprano's. They showed a video of a machine and that was it," Sheehy said. "We have 300 buildable acres in Linden and they have to pick one across from a park." he added. "There are plenty of places they could do this down further on Lower Road. Away from families with kids and parks. Away from where something bad could happen if there is an accident." p.m. One can learn the most commonly asked interview questions, how to answer them, and how to succeed. Both of these events will have a presentation followed by time for discussion. For further information, contact the Rahway library at Ext. 212.

13 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 13 Funny you should mention it... -Virginia Seaside Lots - Spectacular 3 acre estate lots in most exclusive development on Virginia's Eastern Shore overlooking Chincoteague Bay and islands. Private paved roads wind among towering pines, gated entrance, caretaker, community dock, pool and club house including 2 bedroom guest suites for owners use. Protective covenants, great climate and very low real estate taxes. National Seashore beaches nearby. Absolute buy of a lifetime, bank sale makes these lots available at about 1/3 of the original cost! Priced to sell at $49,000 ea - $65,000 for pond lots. tel (757) pics & info online- The Mountainside PTA hosted it's 26th annual spring fundraiser on March 15. The event was changed this year from a fashion show to a comedy night. Robin Fox, 'the mother of all comedians,' entertained around 300 moms from Mountainside. The event raised an estimated $30,000. Celebrate trees at the Linden Library Linden Public Library and 4-H Master Tree Stewards of Union County present "A Celebration of Trees" at the library- on April 28 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. The program will include tree story reading, leaf rubbing, tree games, oil touch drawing, and estimating the age of trees. It's an educational, interactive celebration of trees for young people in grades kindergarten through 8th grade, and parental participation is encouraged. To register for the program, register at the circulation desk or call The library is located at 31 F. Henry Street. Spring playground events begin in May The Department of Public Property & Community Services is offering a spring playground program for Linden residents from 5 to 8 p.m.. May 21 to June 21. Volleyball, basketball, paddle tennis, four squares, nok hockey and more are played at the following parks: Woodrow Wilson Park, Summit Terrace; Knosky Memorial Park, N. Stiles Street; Milkosky Memorial Park, Bedle Place and Park Avenue; St. Marks Park, St. Marks Park, Essex Avenue; Sunnyside Park, Park, Melrose Terrace, and Dr. M.L. King Jr. Park, McCandless Street and Passaic Avenue. BRIEFS There will be a playground director on duty for registration. For more information call, or '). Ceramic classes scheduled for April 16 The Department of Public Property and Community Services has announced that it has scheduled Children's Surprise One Day Ceramic classes for students in kindergarten through eighth grades on April 19 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the John T. Gregorio Recreation Center, 330 Helen St., Linden. The deadlines for registration is April 18 and registration hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a tee. Classes w ill be limited to 35 students. Registration will be accepted on a first come, ilrsi serve, basis. Register online at This will be a one day make and lake project. All supplies will be included.' The department also will hold an Adult One Day Surprise Ceramic Class for Linden adults on April 19 at the center. Deadline is April 18. There will be a fee. The class will be limited to 30 adults. The one-day, make and take project, will include all supplies, and each participant will paint and decorate a project to take home. For more information about both events, call the center at , Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Yoga, Tai Chi and Qi Gong starting today Yoga is the oldest system of personal and healthful development that embraces one's mind, body and spirit. Tai Chi is an ancient discipline of non-contact martial arts, and Qi Gong is moving meditative practice, of which Tai is a part. The program is for adults is years oi and older. It will be held Thursday, 7:30 to 9 p.m., March 29 to June 7. I'reregistration is required. The registration deadline is March 28. There will be a fee. A yoga mat is required. 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14 PAGE 14 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE Officers nab suspect in string of Linden burglaries After a six-week investigation into several burglaries, which took place in the North Wood Avenue business district, detectives have charged Anthony Alves, 28, of Linden, with two counts of receiving stolen property. Between Feb. 4 and Feb. 14, six businesses on North Wood Avenue were burglarized, according to police, in the early morning hours, possibly by the same person, by using a cinder block to break open the rear door of the businesses. The businesses included two nail salons, a hair salon, a Chinese gourmet restaurant, a Polish delicatessen and a paralegal school. Taken during the break-ins were several flat-screen televisions, police said. During the investigation, detectives received information that Alves had some of the stolen televisions. On Feb. 23, detectives went to Alves apartment to speak to him when he showed them a 42-inch Vi/io and a 42-inch Toshiba television on diherein walls of his apartment. Alves told police that he bought the televisions but could not produce any receipts nor remember in what store they were purchased, police said. Alves was later arrested for unlawful possession of a prescription drug. Two burglary victims were later able to positively identify the televisions ;is belonging to them, according to police, and Alves was charged on March 20. He was served with the new charges at die Union County Jail, where he is still being held. His new bail is $40,0(11). The invc tion into the burglaries is continuing, and detectives are still attempting to locate additional stolen property, specifically another 42-inch Vizio and a 36-inch Vi/io llatscreen television, and ;i digital camera with family photos of a Vietnamese family. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Kevin Mikolajczyk at Oi ' I he following incidents were reported to Union County police departments, to which officers responded. Union March 16: Union police investigated a burglary to B motor velncle on Route 22. Entry was gained through the passenger door. A laptop and radio face plate were taken. There was no further information. March 17: Police responded to a criminal damage report at 22 I Kosemont Avc. Graffiti WU sprayed on a fence in various colors, rags read AJ k. Cl O, ONE, BBOB. Additional graffiti was found at Dalton station, and the area of the Selfmaster Bridge. March 17: Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle theft on Townlej Avenue, There was ;i theft of a gray 2008 Honda Civic, two door., license number ZSZ46T. I he POLICE BLOTTER keys were in the vehicle. March 17: An investigation and an arrest were made by Union police of a shoplifting at Walmart of Alexander Drakeford by Gaschler/Stradford. March 17: A motor vehicle burglary was reported on Biscayne Avenue. Police discovered that the driver's side door was tampered with. Nothing was missing. March 19: An armed robbery was reported at the Springfield Police Department. The suspect was a Hispanic male, armed with a black handgun. There was no direction of his flight. March 20: Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle burglary on Bennington Drive. Entry was gained into several unlocked vehicles, and miscellaneous items were taken. March 20: Police responded to a report of"a motor vehicle burglary at 355 Chestnut St. Entry was gained by smashing the driver's side window. Cash was taken. March 22: A report of a burglar) to a motor vehicle on Hickory Road was investigated. Police discovered that entry was gained through an unlocked vehicle. An [Pad, cash and a DL were taken. March 22: An officer attempted to make a motor vehicle slop on Parkway North. The motor vehicle took off heading north on the parkway. The white 1998 Pontiac GA, NJ Reg. K22BTX, crashed in Irvingion. It was destroyed by tire from the crash. The New Jersev Stale Police Department was notified. Linden March 22: During the week of March 19, the Linden Police Department received information from law enforcement authorities in (ieorgia of a stolen 2010 Porsche Panamera being located in Linden. Detective I rank Leporino conducted a follow-up investigation, and alter a surveillance of a residence on the 1000 Mock of N. Stiles Street bj several detectives, officers stopped the vehicle as it was leaving the house at N. Stiles Street and W. St. George Avenue at 10:39 a.m. The driver, Kijuan E. Stinson, 29, who has addresses in lersev City and (ieorgia. was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of a motor vehicle with an altered Vl/N number. He is being held on $50,000 cash bail and has ;i COUH date set for March 30 in Union Count) Central intake, rhe 2010 Porsche Panamera is valued at between $75,000 and SI30,000. It was reported stolen from Detroit. Mich., in March. 201 I. The investigation is continuing by Del. I eporino of the police department's Auto Squad ("ran ford March 17: Cranford Patrolman John Rattigan arrested Jashon S. Hollaway, 21, of Highland Park at 1 a.m. on North Avenue East at the Garden State Parkway, 137 Exchange, for possession of under 50g of marijuana and possession of CDS paraphernalia. Officer Rattigan stopped a 1992 Honda Accord in the area of North Avenue and the Garden State Parkway 137 Exchange, when he observed the front seat passenger of that vehicle not wearing a seat belt. After a brief investigation on the scene, the passenger was arrested and charged with possession of under 50g of marijuana and possession of CDS paraphernalia and failure to wear a seat belt. Hollaway was released with Cranford Municipal Court proceedings pending. March 17: Cranford Patrolman Christopher DiFabio arrested Corbin J. Williamson, 22, of Irvington at 8:17 p.m. on South Avenue at South Union Avenue. Officer DiFabio stopped a 1995 Chevy Lumina in the area of South Avenue and South Union Avenue for blocking the roadway. After a brief investigation on the scene, the passenger, Corbin J. Williamson was arrested and charged with possession of under 50g of marijuana and possession of CDS paraphernalia. Corbin was released with Cranford Municipal Court proceedings pending. March 20: Patrolman Robert Jordan arrested Richard C. Mitchell, 32, of hindering apprehension, and Troy L. Nash-Bey, 33, of contempt. Both are of East Orange and were arrested at 1:03 a.m. on Centennial Avenue at Raritan Road. Officer Jordan stopped a 2009 VW Passat in the area of Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road for backing up in the middle of that intersection. After conducting an investigation on the scene, it was determined that the driver of the vehicle, Troy L. Nash-Bey, had an outstanding warrant for his arrest out of the city of Newark in the amount of $250. Nash-Bey was placed into custody at that time. The passenger of the vehicle, idenlified as Richard C. Mitchell, originally provided Officer Jordan with a false name during this investigation. It was later determined that Mitchell had an outstanding warrant out of the city of East Orange in the amount of $500. Mitchell also was charged with hindering his own apprehension and failure to wear a seatbelt Both Nash-Bey and Mitchell were released with pending court proceedings. Rosette Park March 16: At 4:24 p.m.. a Roselle Park police officer stopped a gold colored Oldstnobtte sedan being operated in an erratic manner alter ohscrv ing several traffic v iolations on Locust Street and Butler Avenue. The vehicle was seen speeding on both roadvvavs and was then observed driving over the curbing at the intersection of West Clay Avenue at Faitoute Avenue. The patrolman approached the driver and ordered him to shut off his vehicle but the driver ignored his commands and continued northbound on Faitoute Avenue. The patrolman was able to use his vehicle to block the path of the Oldsmobile at West Colfax Avenue. The driver again refused commands to stop, quickly accelerated in reverse and tried to flee from the policeman. Other officers arrived on the scene and were finally able to convince the driver of the Oldsmobile to stop his car. The driver, John A. Bongiovanni, 52, of Kenilworth was found to be in possession of a switchblade knife, a prohibited weapon in New Jersey. Bongiovanni also was found to be exhibiting signs that he was under the influence of alcohol. Bongiovanni failed the roadside sobriety tests and was then placed under arrest for DWI and possessing the prohibited weapon. I le was then transported to the Roselle Park Police Department, where he was processed, then released with a pending appearance in Union County Superior Court. March 22: Earlier today, at approximately 9 a.m., a Roselle Park police officer on routine patrol arrested an 18-year-old Roselle resident for possessing a stolen motor vehicle. Patrolman Mitchell White observed Quasim Richardson, of the 1100 block of Chandler Avenue, standing next to a 2009 Honda CRV on Madison Avenue near Sherman Avenue. Police Officer White saw Richardson acting nervously near the car, then watched as Richardson walked up to the front door of a house on the 200 Block of Sherman Avenue. Richardson acted as though he belonged at the house, pretending to use a key on the front door, then walking into the back yard. Patrolman White meanwhile learned that the Honda CRV was stolen yesterday in the Borough of Roselle with keys inside the vehicle. The patrolman waited patiently for backup to arrive and for Richardson to reappear. Richardson emerged from the yard and was stopped. Patrolman White soon discovered that Richardson possessed the ignition keys to the Honda. Richardson was then placed under arrest. Richardson explained that he approached the house in an attempt to convince White that he lived there so he would be left alone. Richardson was transported to the Roselle Park Police Department, where he was processed and charged with receiving stolen property, a crime of the third degree. Bail was set at $1,000. Richardson was then lodged in the Union County Jail in lieu of bail. IN MEMORIAM During the weekend, officers from the Roselle Park Police Department made five DWI arrests including three early Sunday mornine between 1:30 and 4:30 a.m. AMMANN Christine, of Kenilworth; March 20. BEELITZ Charles, of Cranford; March 24. BROWN Shirley Oretta, of Linden; March 23. CELIS Ronald, of Union; March 17. CERAMI Henry, of Union; March 18. CONRAD Doris, formerly of Union; March 19. COSCIA Elizabeth Ann, formerly of Roselle Park; March 19. FARLEY Robert M., of Mountainside; March 18. FLOYD Richard S. "Dixie" Sr., of Hillside; March 18. HALLORAN - Carol A., of Union; March 19. HONECKER Vasy, of Mountainside; March 21. KARACSONY Eva, of Cranford; March 20. KEEFE Debra Lee, of Linden; March 20. LEVINE Joseph, of Mountainside; March 17. LINES Stanley Arthur Sr., of Roselle Park; Feb. 26. LUKENDA Rev. Raymond T., of Linden; March 21. McGARRY Sharon M., of Cranford; March 23. McKEOWN George Scott, of Clark; March 22. MUEHE Kimberley, formerly of Summit; March 18. PINKHAM Elizabeth "Bette Ann," formerly of Clark; March 19. PINO Giacomo "Jake." formerly of Rahway; March 16. REES Frank M., of Rahway; March 18. SCAMMELL Stephen W., of Summit; March 20. SCI IAPIRO Howard, of Cranford; March 23. SIKORA Helen, of Linden; March 22. s ["EVENS Charlotte Peer, formerly of Cranford; March 17. Obituaries are special notices submitted by Funeral Directors or families to be published on these pages and online. To place a paid obituary fax or send an to ohitsta thelocalsource.com. Obituaries must he received by noon Monday. Family and friends submissions must include sender s name, address, phone and the name of the funeral home. ('all for assistance.

15 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 15 Helping others The 4th and 5th graders at Connecticut Farms Elementary School in Union participated in their 18th annual jump rope for heart event. They raised over $5000 dollars for the American Heart Association. Vault of horror PARK BRIEFS RPHS to perform 'My Fair Lady' Rosellc Park High School will stage the musical, "My Fair Lady, 11.is its spring produciion. It is based on George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion," and has a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music b> Frederick I oewe. The performance dates are March 2') and March 30, at 7:30 p.m.. and March 31 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at Rosette Park High School. 185 West Webster A.VC Tickets will be sold Mond;n through Thursday in the high school auditorium from d:'o to 8:30 starting tonight The} will also be available in the main office during school hours or at the door on the nights and afternoon of the performances. AC Showboat Casino trip set for April 19 The Casano Community Center of Rosellc Park will Sponsor I trip to the Showboat Casino in Atlantic City on April 19. A Showboat card or valid identification is necessary. There will be two bus pick-up locations in town, at 8:45 a.m. at the Michael Maun Gazebo Park, on the corner of Grant Avenue and Chestnut Street, and at 4 a.m. at the Church of the Assumption on Westfield Avenue. The bus will return at approximately 7 p.m. For more details about the trip call April 28 is 'Crop Hunger Walk Day' At the Feb. 16 meeting of the mayor and Town Council of Rosette Park, the date, April 28, was declared "Crop Hunger Walk Day." On that da>. Roselle Park and Roselle will join with other nearby communities to walk for hunger. An annual event, this year's walk theme is "Ending Hunger One Step At a 1 'itne." Crop Hunger Walk is a community fundraising even! sponsored by ( lunch World Sers ice. an international relict'. development, and refugee resettlement agency. Monej raised by CROP Hunger Walks nationwide is used In CWS to provide food, medical care, disaster relief, and sell-help development for needy people around the world. This year's goal is to raise $6,000. [b participate in this yeai 's April 28 Crop Walk Hunger as a walker, sponsor a walker or donate. visit hup: vice.org/site/tr/2012springcro- PllungerWalk. Wet BasementP B-Dry" System of New Jersey A Division of Penn State Waterproofing, Inc. An Independent Licensee o1 B-Dry* System, Inc. NJ License # 13VH Government Patent * Over 300,000 Basements Waterproofed (973) SERVING NEW JERSEY FOR OVER 30 YEARS DON'T REPLACE- I $279 Regular Bathtub 5-Year Warranty FREE ESTIMATES! They also s do sinks, countertops. dlll Call Royal Reglazing Today! & Commercial Properties Welcome Re-enactor Matt Dobrowolski, portraying 1880's undertaker Daniel K. Ryno, stands vigil last Sunday in front of the actual vault that briefly contained the body of The Unknown Woman.' The scene was part of the 125th anniversary observance of the young woman's murder, staged by the Merchant & Drovers Tavern Museum Association in Rahway Cemetery. Style is ev From runway style to problem hair, we are the experts in custom hair solutions. Come to the Le Metric Hair and Beauty Discovery Events throughout New Jersey for consultations, beauty tips, and state-of-the-art additional hair options. Call or to register! «

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17 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 17 Garden Club meets April 4 The Garden Club of Union meets April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Bonnel Room of Town Hall on Morn's Avenue. The meeting will feature a talk by Barbara Melera of D Landreth Seed Company. She will have seeds for sale! Guests are welcome. Refreshments will be served. Library workshop to help with sugar control Rita Genovese, a nutritionist and holistic health coach, will conduct a workshop on controlling one's sugar at Union Public Library, 1980 Morris Ave., on April 3 at 7 p.m. In this workshop, Genovese will explain the ways in which sugar is negatively affecting one's health and happiness, how sugar is part of the solution-not the problem, provide tips to eat foods one enjoys and not deprive oneself, plus understanding how one's lifestyle affects cravings, and the first steps to take back control of one's life and health. Genovese has a bachelor of science degree in health science and athletic care and a masters of science degree in nutrition science. She has worked for more than 13 years in the health care industry as a consultant in clinical research. Genovese is an associate member of the American Society for Nutrition and a member of the Physician's Cotnmittee for Responsible Medicine. The public is invited to this free workshop at the Union library. For more information, contact the reference department at , Ext Palm Sunday observance On April I, Grace Lutheran Church, 2222 Vauxhall Road, Union, will observe Palm Sunday with a special worship service at 8 and 10:30 a.m. The service will begin in the Fellowship Hall with everyone processing into the sanctuary to attempt to re-enact Jesus' entry into Jerusalem on the first Palm Sunda) The sermon for the occasion will be BRIEFS "After the Parade," delivered by the Rev. Don Brand, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church. At the conclusion of the service, everyone will be given a palm branch. The church has extended an invitation to the community to join the special day and service. Maundy Thursday, April 5, will be observed with a worship service at 7:30 p.m., in which the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. The sermon for this service will be "Dinner for Sinners." Communion will be celebrated around a table, comparable to Jesus' institution of this Sacrament. The worship sen ice will conclude with Jesus" prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane. Both of these services will be interpreted for the deaf. On April 7. Grace Lutheran Church will offer a free 1 aster 1 gg hunt for children, ages three to grade five, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. In addition to the hunt, there will be refreshments and a craft. It is open to the first 50 children who register by calling the church office at or bj wnaiiing the church office at gracelu4u(3 yahco.com. Weekend service with special emphasis On Friday and Sunday, Calvary Assembly of God, Union, will hold.i special Missions Emphasis Weekend featuring David Stewart Jr. On March 23 at 7:30 p.m.. there will be a Youth Emphasis Missions Service, which will be open to the public, and on March 25 at 8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.. Missions Sunday, also will be open to the public. On March 25 at d p.m.. an Evangelistic Sen ice will feature speaker. Rev. David Stewart. Jr. Stewart is a preacher, teacher, singer and worship leader. He is the founder of "Jesus Gives Life Ministries." He serves as a missionars to the people of India. Every year, Stewart conducts about 10 "Jesus Gives Life" meetings. Calvary Assembly is a local church affiliated with the Assemblies of God, with headquarters in Springfield, Mo. Its pastors are the Rev. John W. Bechtel, with the Rev. Joshua Bechtel, assistant pastor and worship leader and campus pastor in Berkeley. The church's weekly services are held on Sundays at 8:45 and 11 a.m. in Union and 11 a.m. in Berkeley Heights, with a full program for all ages. The Simd;i\ Evening Service is at 6:30, and mid-week Praise and Bible Study is at 7:30 on Wednesday. Visit wmv.catvaryassembty.tv. for more information or call WS-%4-1 I.! v Union announces new channel launch Union has announced the bunco of the Union Info Channel on Comcast and Verizon swan TV 36. On this channel will be 24 hours a ila> oi comimmiu announcements, traffic, news feeds provided bj NJ.COM, weather forecast and Kosie's Comer where Kose.inne sits down and interviews people WORSHIP CALENDAR ASSEMBLIES OF GOD CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD "One Great Church - Two Locations!" Main Campus: 953 West Chcstnul St.. linion. 2nd Campus: 172 Springfield Ave.. Berkeley Heights (Please note: All events and services are held ai the linion campus unless otherwise noted. I Sunday Schedule: Morning Worship - 8:45am & H :00am Morning Worship (Berkeley campus) :00am Berkeley Sunday School 10:00am All Sunday morning services include childcare and Kidz Church forages 2-10!* Sunday School tor All Ages - 10:00am Evening Service - 6:30pm Weekday Schedule: 1 adies Bible Study - Vied. >i 10:00am Family Night - Wed. (a 7:30pm (includes Adult Bible Study. Boys & Girls pmcrams) Youth Night"- Iri,/ 7:10pm College & Career -Inn 7:30pm Visit us at: I KRA1N1AN EVANGELICAL ASSEMBLIES OF COI> 2208 Stanle) Terrace. Union (908) Rev. Witter(. Wm/.i. Pastor Note: All services are in English. i / Taainian Spanish translation available) Snndai Worship: 10:30AM Sunday Evening: ( : (0 I'M Food Pantn'i Wednesday) 5-6:45 I'M Wednesday Family Night: 7:00 I'M Spanish Service (Saturday): 7 PM BAPTIST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH, (.40 S. Springfield Ave.. Springfield. Rev. Clarence Alston, I'asior Church phone (973) si NDAY: 9:30 V.M. Famflj Bible School: H:00 KM Worship Service. WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P.M. Mid-Week Service. llo!\ Communion every 1 irs\ Sunday. Nursery (arc available ever) Sunday. If transportation is needed call the church office. 1 veryone is Welcome at Antioch. JEWISH-TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION H\\i AHAVATH SHALOM Vauxhall Road (comer of Plane Street), t nion. lei: (908) Dr. Leon J. Yagod, Rabbi Emeritus; Oscar Newman, Cantor: David (ielband. President. Congregation B'Nai Ahavath Shalom is a traditional conservative congregation with a full range of programs. DA1I V SERVK I S Sun: 8:30am; Mon-lri.: 7:30am; Frida) evening: Spin. SATURDAY: 9:00am, [bran class half hour before each service. Hebrew School: Sundays 9:30am. JEWISH- CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE BETH AHM YISRAEL 60 Temple Drive. Springfield a friendly inclusive Conservative Egalitarian congregation, welcoming to the broader community of mature couples, singles, "traditional'' Jewish families, gay and lesbian Jews, and intcrfaith families Dedicated to enriching the lives of our community by providing an inviting environment for spiritual education and social interaction, we offer a year-round NA1 VC certified Earij Childhood Program, Religious School, Teen Institute. Men's Club, Women's League, lla/ak (Seniors), minyan services twice daily, and a full variety of activities and Shabbat services fro all ages. Visit for service and activity dates and times or call (97:-) PLEASE JOIN is! Rabbi Mark Mallach (rabbifetbaynj.org), Shiri H.iines. Executive Director JEWISH - REFORM TEMPLE SHA'ARF.Y SHALOM Springfield. N,l (973) visit Rabbi: Joshua Goldstein Cantor Am) Daniels Inspiring services and crealive programs and events. Religious School, PreSchool. active Sisterhood and Brotherhood. Renaissance (Seniors), classes, trips, speakers and much more. METHODIST BKTHKl AFRICA'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 241 Milton Ave. Vamlmll NJ Phone: PaSIQr Rc\. Dennis 1 - Hughes Sunday - Church School " \M Worship Sen ice 10 \M Wedneeda) Bible Class 6J0 to 7:30 Al I ARE WEI C0M1 COMMUNITY UNITED MKTHODISI CHURCH 301 Chestnut St.. Rosclk Park. NJ 072W Phone: :37 leparkun i Pastor: Rev (ilenn A Sch. 10:30 AM Worship Service 10:30 AM Sunda> School Childcare Available UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OI I'NION. Ik-rwyn Street al Overlook retrace, linion. Rev. James (i. Ryoo, Pastor. Jonathan Schneider. Music Director. Church Office Parsonage (>8<>-24l2. Worship Service 11:00 A.M., Sunda) worship includes a children's sermon, followed hv Sunday School, anil communion on the first Sunday of each month. All welcome. United Methodist Men's. Women's and Youth groups. Home Bible Studies Vd Saturda; each month. MORAVIAN BATTLE Illl.I COMMUNITY MORAVIAN CHURCH, 77 Liberty Avt, Union, LAMB, Rev. Percival Gordon, I'asior Sunday Worship Ml: ill am Sunday School 9:15 am. Women's (iroup meets Mrs! Wednesday oi every month 1:30 pm. Men's (iroup meets ever, other Wednesday 9:00 am Wednesday, Bible study and Prayer (iroup 7:00 pin. NON- DENOMINATIONAL JESUS nil R(K k FELLOWSHIP THE CHURCH OF ALL NATIONS wwwjtrf.org (You can hear services] 2 Denman Ave.. Clark, derrv Greg Senior Pastor. Church: Pastor: SUM S.- I'M, lues. Prayer 7:011 I'M. Sal. 6:06 PM 1st Bible Study; 6:00PM 2nd Men/Women's Iellowship/6:0()I'M; 3rd Healing Service -lib Outreach IDA KKNILWORTtl GOSPEL CHAPE] Newark and 23rd Street, Kinilvvorfh. 90S , Pastor Donald Dunkerton. Sunday 9:15 am Communion, 11:00 am Famil) Bible Hour snd Sunda) School ior all Wednesday 7:00 pm Prayer and Bible Study, (childcare provided), Prida) 7:00 pm V" n \cti\ in It High and Si High kenilworth] MO1M UNSIDr ( IIAPI I 11X0 Spruce Dr.. MmintmiiMil. Bible taught b) Dr. G Ham'. Minister Sunda) Service 10 Christian Education I»I all ages 9 to AM Wednesda) Youth Group 6 10 I'M I'KIWI Meeting 7 oo I'M i m more info plaasecall or mountainsidech i ist.nel PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1459 Dm Path, Mountainside, New Jcrses 0709Z You arc invited lo loin us in Worship Services on Sundays al hi 10am Ihis is a place lot you to enjoy uplifting musii and relevant messages that will energize and inspire \ ou. We offer s warm and friend!) ens ironmenl with Bible study, Sunda) school ind active adult and youth groups. For furthei Information, please contact Dr. < 'hristopher Beiden, Pastoi ai FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF Comer of West Grand Ave & Church Si.. RAHWA1 Hoi) ( oinmunion the lirsl Sunda) oi cadi month Worship Service on Sundays at 10:30 am; Idlnwship Hour 11:30 am.; Nursen I" 10 am - 11:30 am. ' Muii' I inns 9:00 am ; 10 pm wv, wjahwa) worshi] TOWNI n PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 829 Salem Road, I'niun Worship and Church School Sundays al 10:00 A M during all services Hoi) I ommunion ft - nl each month We ofici opportunities for personal growth and development for children, youth, and adults. We h.-h' children's choirs and an adult * I We al IO 1th fellowship, regular adult Bible Study, a Hook club ami Summer vacation Bible School ( ome and worahip with I and neighbors this Sunday Pownlej ( hurcti is a growing people. Church Rev. Christopher I I'asior. HRSI PRESBYTERIAN ( lit K( II OK 210 Morris Ave, «Church Mall, Springfield. \J 07081, Rev. Victoria Ncy. I'asior. Sunday Worship.it lo I sam followed bv Fellowship Hour Church time nursery and Sunda) School tor IIIfain to second grade avail. >..'.'ni:i\ School foi grade* 1-12 bt 9:00am In the Parish Hot I burch \tall i oi more information about church groups and community activities or to contact Pastoi Ney, please call die Church Office at «e mail l usip( ()iii net. ROMAN CATHOLIC tut CHURCH oi oik t AIM OF LOURDES, inn Central tvemia, MouniiiiMsicli Mil.' Celebrate me I ord's Day: Anticipated Mass S (Nlpm. Sunda) ai 7:30am, 9 10am, 11 10am Weekdays Mt.udav Frida) 7 10am, Saturda) B:00am, Sacrament of Reconciliation, Saturday -»t Ipm. Parpatual Adoration ( nape! foi personal and dcvoiiou. office o ollmountainsidi si JAMES THE APOSTLE PARISH COMMUNITY, 45 South Springfield Avenue Springfield. New Jerse) StINI)A>' MASS. Saturday 5:00pm (anticipated), Sunda) ')(in. 10:30am and 12*0 noon v> I I ICDA\ MASS" Monday I rid.i\ 7 U):im. S.ilurda\ 8 00am KI CUM H4ATION Saturda) 11:00am (any lime bv appointment), ST. JOSEPH PARISH, Street, MaplrwiHxl il but s of Springfield Maplewood ami adjacent areas oi ' nion and Millburo Out i.uih communit) welcomes you to join us foi worship, service opporiunidos and spiritual support Varied activities tor adults, youth ^roup. K-K n Mass uliliil church, SIIIHIJ 9:00and ll:30ajn.;saturda) SMpjn M> : All I must he in.. in.i received by Worrell Communit) Newspapers No later than 12:00 Noon. Fridays imor to the IbUowing weeks publication Pic i to: < oimie Sloan 1291 Stuyvesanl Ave. P.O. Box [396 Union, NJ

18 PAGE 18 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE Feeney earns first place award C ran ford resident Jill Feeney, a finance management major at St. Joseph's University's Haub School of Business. Philadelphia, Fa., earned first place in the Delaware Valley Risk Management and Insurance Society's annual college essay competition on March 20. Feeney was awarded a SI,000 scholarship. All entrants were asked to respond to a question regarding social media's impact on risk management, a topic that Jean Heck, Ph.D., Brian C. Duperreault 1969 chair for Kisk Management and Insurance at St. Joseph's, said is relevant to future risk managers. "Everybody is doing social media today, but social media exposes people to a lot of risks that haven't been seen before and aren't as easy to anticipate." said Heck. 'The questions become 'How do we separate business from social media?' and 'Flow do we account for personal social media use that might reflect poorly on the greater organization?'" The contest is hosted by RIMS each year in an effort to encourage student involvement in the society. Muzzy comes to the Cranford library Crenford Public Library recently added a complete set of the award-winning BBC MIJ//Y language courses for children to its collection. The acquisition of the course was made possible bv a contribution from the Friends of the ( ranlord Public Library. The courses cover eight languages, Spanish, French, German, Italian, English BRIEFS ESL/ELL, Mandarin Chinese. Russian and Portuguese (Brazil). Each language is divided into two sets. Level one and Level two. and each set contains three story DVDs, two vocabulary DVDs, a "Welcome to MUZZY" DVD, and a musical CD. The MUZZY courses are designed in accordance with National Foreign Language Teaching Standards. They present functional language in context, known as the natural immersion method, which reportedly has proven to be the most effective means of language acquisition. The natural immersion method eliminates the stress that comes with drills and memorization. The courses feature the award-winning video character MUZZY, stories, and songs to bring language to life. The courses can be borrowed for one week and can be renewed once. For more information about the MUZZY courses, call the library at and ask for the Children's Room. Information about the MUZZY courses also is available at hup://www. early-advantage, com. Holy Week at Trinity Church Trinilv Episcopal Church, II9 Forest Avc, corner of North and Forest avenues, (ran ford, has invited the public to celebrate Holy Week at the church. All services are celebrated by the Rev. (iina Walsh- Minor, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church. "Join us to feel the grace of (iod throughout each day of this exceptional week beginning with Jesus' triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, a meditative celebration of the llok Eucharist on Monday, feel the healing touch of Christ at our Healing Liturgy and Mass, and then witness the light seemingly begin to fade at the service of Tenebrae," she said. "Join the disciples gathered for the last supper on Maundy Thursday, discover something about what is meant by "good" about Ciood Friday...All culminating with the joyful celebration of the Resurrection on Easter morning. The Holy Week service schedule is: April I: Palm Sunday Liturgy 8 and 10 a.m. Mass; Holy Week Mass will be held at 8 a.m. a.m. Rite I Liturgy and 10 a.m. Rite II Liturgy with choral Singing; April 2: Holy hucharist Rite II, 7 p.m.; April 3: Healing Service Liturgy and Holy Eucharist, 7 p.m.; April 4: Tenebrae, 7 p.m.; April 5: Agape Meal Maundy Thursday, 7 p.m. The word, "Maundy," comes from the Latin mandatum, which means command. April 6, Good Friday, - noon and 7 p.m. lor more information about Trinity, call or visit www. trinitycranford. org. Parks and Rec spring registration ongoing The Cranford Recreation and Parks Department has announced that registration for spring programs, Session 3, begun on March 12 at the Community Center. In-person and online registration are occurring simultaneously unless otherwise indicated in the Fall/Winter/Spring brochure. This brochure can be found online at For more information, call These programs are for Cranford residents onlv. 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19 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 19 Library to close on Sundays The Board of Trustees of the Summit Free Public Libran. has announced that due to budgetary restraints the libran will no longer be open on Sundays, beginning April I. The libran will remain open all day on Saturday and continue to sene the public three evenings each week, Monday, and Wednesday. During the last three years, the Board of Trustees has had to make cuts to the libran 's budget. New Jersey Libran Law requires the city to provide minimum funding for the libran. Prior to 2009 the City Council had exceeded that amount to provide what it termed "an appropriate level of financial support." This year, only the minimum funding figure was published in the city's budget. Because of this, the Board of Trustees has been faced with the need to cut $81,000 from the 2012 Library budget. Closing on Sundays for the remainder of 2012 will save $27,000. and the remaining $54,000 will be taken from book purchases, periodicals, operation and maintenance, computer and audio/visual budgets. This will leave little or no funds for increased maintenance, utility costs and unexpected repairs. Other local libraries are experiencing similar budget restraints, it was reported. The Board of Trustees has tried to make responsible choices so that the public will BRIEFS continue to enjo\ the benefits pro\ ided b\ Summit Free Public Libran. A 2010 national study published b\ the Gates Foundation reported that ""millions of people see the library as an essential tool to connect them to information, knowledge and opportunities." The Board's announcement concluded with a reaffinnation of the library's purpose. "'It is our mission lo continue to be \ iewed b\ the Summit public as an essential pan of what a superior community has to offer in 2012." The Summit library is located at 75 Maple St. For libran information, call or visit SHS student art can be seen on school website There is no need to travel to the Louvre to see great art. A \ irtual gallery of the work of Summit High School art students is now available on the Summit Public School website. Summit High School senior Rita Sipe is the designer, creator, and curator of "'Creations Pla\ ground." the name she chose for the online gallery, which features work from the painting, drawing, computer graphics, film, ceramics, and photograph) classes ;u the school. She developed the site in her Computer Graphics HI class. Sipe plans to update the gallery monthly until she graduates from Summit High School in June. Sipe plans on Studying art with a focus on computer graphics in college. Egg hunt on March 31 The Summit I'M has announced plans lor their Annual Egg Hunt. 1 his even! is planned for March 3 1 with a rain date of April 7. The event will be held at Summit lamil> Aquatic Center located at 100 Ash wood We Summit children, pre-sehool through 5th grade, are invited to participate. The hum Starts at 10 a.m. Parking nui\ be limited. Children's entertainment, costumed characters, Summit Sound/ 1X1 and other surprises UK in store tor the eager egg hunters. Residents are asked to attend earl> tor the entertainment. Prizes lor special eggs and door prizes are included m this free event In the case of rain, check or call the weather hotline at the Summit Department of Community Programs at l HlS-:"-: i > 'O for up to the minute information. Yankee baseball summer camps at Kent Place Kent Place School has announced thai the brand new New York Yankees Baseball Summer camps are coming to its Summit campus for one week this summer, Aug. ( > to 10. 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20 PAGE 20 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE BRIEFS Rec. Dept. holds Easter Egg hunt The Clark Recreation Department has announced its following programs: Taster Hgu Hunt. March 31, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Recreation Center. The games, prizes. Easter Bunny photographs, egg hunt and rallies will all be free to Clark residents. Spring Rec Programs: Registrations are now taking place for all spring programs, sports and classes. Flyers and information all are available at the Recreation Center office. For more information, cull Ralph Bernardo al K400. Summer Recreation (amp and Tennis Camp: Registration will be held at the Recreation Center on April 3 and 4 from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Free blood test offered May 5 The Clark Health Department will offer its annual free SMA blood test with lipid panel to Clark residents on May 5 at the Clark Recreation cafeteria, 430 Westfield Ave., between X and { ):3() n.in. Parking is available near the tennis courts. Pre-regislration is required in Order to ensure enough staff and supplies. Walk-ins cannot be accepted al the door. in pre-register, call Nancy Raymond, health officer, at Pre-registration will close on April 27. Seniors offer plenty of 'Entertainment' The Senior Citizens Club of Clark has invited residents to join them on a trip to a variety show, "That's Entertainment," at The Brownstone in Paterson on June 6. The group has reserved great seats for residents for an afternoon of fun, dancing and music, featuring Joe /isa and friends, with surprise acts. The Brownstone will provide iis family style meal. The menu will include pasla. salad, roast beef, barbecue chicken, fresh vegetable, rosemary potato, assorted rolls, dessert, coffee and tea, unlimited soda and two complimentary drinks. There will be a fee. A bus will leave at 10 a.m. from the Polish Cultural Foundation, 177 Broadway in Clark and will return at approximately 4:30 p.m. Call George (ieigcr at or Sharon Pane at for reservations. Electronics recycling every Saturday A computer and electronics recycling collection will be held every Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The drop off location is 151 Westfield Ave., I'nil D.Clark. I he Principia Green Team will be host to tree computer recycling. 'Come and meet those dancing feet' Union County Performing Arts Center is the site where Rahway High School will present '42nd Street' on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Advanced tickets are available by phone or mail at Rahway High School, 1012 Madison Ave., Rahway. Call , or see the website www. rahway.net/rhs for an order form. Residents of Clark and surrounding communities are welcome to bring their unwanted computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, DVDs, AC adapters, stereo equipment, and computer components. Proceeds from the recycling will help fund the Green Science and (ireen Citizen scholarships for college-bound high school students. For additional information about the computer recycling collection, one can visit at or call Stories and more Theme-based stories, movement, songs and a craft for active listeners is offered each at 1:30 p.m. at Clark Public Library for children ages 3 to 5 years old. Registration is required. Call or register at WWW. clcirklihrarw OFg, ADVERTISE! PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TODAY! QU FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATION OF CONNECTICUT FARMS, II n I v Week Events APRIL 5. MAUNDY THURSDAY 7:00 p.m. in Die Sanctuary SERVICE AT 7:30 P.M. The Tennebrae sen kv with I loly Cornrnunion will be held in the Sanctuary. APRIL 6. GOOD FRIDAY Spirituality (Center in Westminster Hall, 2:00-6:30 p.m. APRILS. EASTER EASTER EGG HUNT AT 10:00 A.M. oin the Easter Bunny in the Manse yard for our annual egg-hunting event. Bring your Easter basket and a comfortable and weather appropriate pair of shoes. EASTER SUNDAY WORSHIP AT 11:00 A.M. The service will enchant you with music, uplifting preaching and warm fellowship. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated. INVITE A FRIEND TO ATTEND WITH YOU! 888 STUYVESANT AVENUE & CHESTNUT ST I+ 1 + I + I + I + I + I » Celebrate the Victory of Easter \ St. John's Lutheran Church Services of Holy Communion at 8:00 and 10:30 am Easter Coffee from 9:00-10:15 am The Rev. Dr. Andrea L. Walker, Pastor 587 Springfield Ave., Summit South Springfield Avenue, Springfield (973) Easter Sunday Services The pastor and congregation of Antioch Baptist Church extend a warm welcome to the community and others to worship and celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ Sunday School will start at 9.30 a.m. Then our regular service will start at 10:45 a.m. in which we will continue to celebrate Easter Sunday. Our music ministry will render selections that will be an inspiration to you as they are to us every Sunday morning. Again we welcome you to worship with us regardless of who you are. God bless you.

21 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 21 Book Club to meet April 10 The book group of Kenilworth Public Library will meet at 7:15 on April 10 to discuss "Tinkers," b\ Paul Harding. Winner of the 2010 Pulitzer prize for fiction, "Tinkers" introduces the reader to an old man named George Washington Crosby, a one-time repairer of clocks and watches, as he lays dying. Caught up in his delirium. Crosby's thoughts return to his harsh Maine childhood and memories of his father, an epileptic, itinerant peddler. Although the subject matter is somber, "Tinkers'" is described in its liner notes as being "at once heartbreaking and life affirming... an elegiac meditation on love, loss, and the fierce beauty of nature." Participation in the book discussion group is free and open to adult members of the general public, including residents of communities other than Kenilworth. No previous experience with a book group is required and new members are always welcome. Copies of the book will be available at the circulation desk for checkout and non-residents are encouraged to inquire regarding how they may be eligible for r KENILWORTH BRIEFS kenilworth librar> borrowing privileges. Because space is limited, preregisiration is requested and can be done at the library or by calling during regular library hours. The kenilwonh lihrar> is located at 548 Boulevard. More information about the librar) can be found at Boulevard gallery exhibits paintings through April 30 The Gallery on the Boulevard at the kenilworth Public Library' will present "Discovering Watercolours," a collection of paintings bj Jeanne Lucas, through April 30. Bom and raised in England, Lucas studied drawing and sketching in high school but only became serious about stud) ing art again after she came to the United States in After having enrolled in drawing and oil painting classes at Union Count) College. Lucas also discovered additional opportunities for stud) in Roselle and it was here that she realized her true love was for watercolour. Subsequently, her watercolour painting of a scene in Venice at dusk was awarded ST. JOSEPH PARISH X // A ROMAN CATHOLIC FAITHS PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 1 Blessing and Procession of Palms at all Masses Saturday 5:30 pm; Sunday 7:30; 9:00 & 11:30 am HOLY THURSDAY, APRIL 5,7:30 PM Mass of the Lord's Supper GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 6,3:00 PM Liturgy of the Lord's Passion with Veneration of the Cross and Distribution of Holy Communion Living Stations of the ClOSS, 7:30 pm (presented by the teenagers of the parish) EASTER VIGIL, APRIL 7,8:00 PM Blessing of the New Fire, Easter Proclamation and Celebration of Salvation History with combined choir and brass quartet EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 8 Easter Masses 9:00 - Mass with contemporary music and Children's Choir (followed by Easter Egg Hunt for children Sand under) 11:30 - Mass with Choir and Trumpets 767 Prospect St. Maplewood, NJ third pri/e in the Union Count) Senior Art contest. Artists and photographers interested in liav ing their work display ed at the Gaiter) on the Boulevard can contact Librarv Director Dale Spindel for more information, The kenilworth library is located at 548 Boulevard. More information about the library can and at vrww.keatiwortmibrary.org. Shopping trip April 12 visits Rockvale outlets The kenilwonh Historical Soctetv will be host tii a bus trip to the Rockvale shopping outlets in Lancaster, Pa., on April 12. The bus will leave kcmlwonlfs S. 21st Street Municipal Parking lot across from the Kenilworth Veterans Center, ai 8 a.m. and return at approximate!) 8 p.m. The cosi of the irip will include motor coach transportation, approximately, six hours of shopping lime, a discount coupon booklet and a shopping outlet map. Rockvale features more than 100 outlet stores offering up to 75 percent off retail prices on popular brand names, plus additional discounts dailv. There is DO sales tax FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1731 Church Street i ana o( w I Inmd \u &( um h Si Rahwav Interim Postoi on clothing and shoes. There also will be trollev and shuttle service. Additionally, there will be complimentary door prizes. For further information and reservations, call or As space is limited, it is suggested that reservations be made early to ensure availability. tiiti certificates are available. Proceeds will benefit the kenilwonh Historical Socictv "s ongoing project to restore the local 19th- century Oswald J. Nitschke House and transform it into a "living history* 1 museum and cultural arts center. The kenilworth Historical Socielv is an independent, non-profit, tax-exempt organization, dedicated to the research, preseiva lion and interpretation of the historic Oswald J. Nitschke House, local hisiorv and culture. Its regular meetings, open to the general public, arc usuallv held at the kenilworth Seniors (.'enter on the third I hursdav of each month except in Jul) and August, when no meetings aie scheduled. Meetings starl at 7 p.m. For more information about the Kenilworth Historical Society, visit the organization's Web site ai ole ifat'i HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE Easter Celebration Service 10:30 AM Come join us for this special day where we celebrate God's love Maundy Thursday, April 5th Cfltuft Cjmrtli Summit Easter Services 7.30 PM Worship Service with meditative and poignant music of Faure, Bach, and others. Easter Sunday, April 8th 9:30 AM & A joyful celebration with choirs, brass, timpani, AM performing music from Handel's Messiah including original music of Minister of Music, Mark Miller 10:30 AM Children's Easter Egg Hunt. An Open & Affirming Congregation 561 Springfield Avenue, Summit

22 ARTS & LEISURE PAGE 22 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE 'Stay Close' to Coben's latest The remarkable mystery writer, Ilarlan Coben, has done ii again. With his 22nd successful novel, "St8> ("lose," he not oiilv has managed to mystify his avid followers, but he has created a Story dial prompts a reader to justify staying up all night anxiously anticipating the thrilling goings-on. (iod forbid, one might miss a page of his gems, a paragraph, a line a word a Coben reader would probably have to start all over again, from page one. And there aren't enough hours in the night to make that attempt. Coben has the capacity to defy the intelligence of the mystery book fan by dissecting every idea so that one is unable to discover the real killer. When the aniies of the real killer were ultimately disclosed by the author, this bewildered reviewer merely sighed, "Oh, Harlan! Not really." Hut that's what comes of heing a number me New York Times best selling author, who hails from Newark and Livingston, and whose family once owned a travel agency in Union. He can turn his readers inside out with the possibilities thai he tosses to them and still entertain them royally. In fact, he appeared at Words Bookstore in Maplewood on March 22 to talk to Ins readers ami autograph his latest book, "Stay CIOS. In this myslerv murder book, which, lor a change, is sel in Atlantic city. Coben unravels the story "I a woman, Megan Pierce, On The Shelf By Bea Smith L..:" who becomes restless in her "perfect" life a loving husband, Dave, with a fine job; two intelligent children, all the comforts of home, including a white picket fence, and the possibility of a job in real estate. However, she resides in the shadows of her past it appears that 17 years ago. she answered to the name of Cassie, a night club employee, whose speciality was lap-dancing. She and a photographer, Ray Levine, had been deeply in love. Hut following a murder, in which Ray was involved, Cassie disappeared, eventually marrying and living the comfortable life of a contented housewife. Ray never ver her. and in his horrible despair, nearly drank himself to death. Now, in his 40s. he was able to take on photo jobs of weddings, anniversaries, bar mitzvahs, and such. A secret phone call from a bartending friend, Lorraine, who lias fresh knowledge of thai murder 17 ago, brings Megan back into her "Cassie" world. In the meantime, there are others who become involved in the situation Detective Broome, Broome's close friend, Sarah. whose husband, Stewart Green, was missing for 17 years, and more recently, Carlton Flynn, on the same day, 17 years later; Cassie's good friend, a lawyer named Harry Sutton. Deputy Chief Samuel (joldberg. Fester, Ray's caring employer; Federal Agent Guy Angiuoni, and two others, a hiredfor-murder couple. Ken and Barbie. Now, the police are discovering that a dozen or more men had been murdered through the years on the same date, on Mardi Gras. But where are they buried; if at all. There's an intriguing chapter on Cassie's and Ray's reunion; in fact, everything in "Stay Close" is intriguing, especially the characters. Unfortunately, Coben's favorite character, Myron Bolitar, who has appeared in many of the author's novels, has no place in "Stay Close." Hut it appears that Coben cannot neglect all of his popular characters, so in the last chapters of this book, he brings forth his famed lawyer, Hester Crimstein. Hello, I [ester. This book, which was internationally published by Dutton, the Penguin Group, is in the process of becoming a motion picture. Oscar nominee Lawrence Rasdan, has teamed with Harlan Coben, to write a screenplay together. In the meantime, this appealing mystery novel seems to know its way to find a place just to "sun close" among the many Ilarlan Coben books on the shelf of this reviewer's bookcase. Photo C'ourtcs\ of HurliMi Cohen Harlan Coben has written his 22nd novel called 'Stay Close,' in which his readers will be happy to learn is exactly what Coben did with his usual style in this murder mystery which revisits the past of a housewife living the 'perfect' life with a husband and kids. Soften garden stone with South African ice plants One of the mosi fashionable structures in anv up-io-lhe-minutc landscape is the low. drj laid stone wall. These walls, which can be remarkably sturdy, are descendants oi the stone Fences that ii.i\ <.- marked pioperlv boundaries lor centuries, Now. some people use them lo make terraced beds on gentle slopes. Others install them lo create raised beds or set oil' a particular part of the garden. The walls can be made of real stone ot casl-eoucrete pavers. I prefer the real thing. The previous owner of mv house had a couple of low walls installed in the back garden One tuned a slope, creating the upper and lower garden spaces, and the other encloses a raised bed next lo the garage. The walls are handsome on their own. but I have always felt they needed some kind o\ softening. Margery Fish, the great 1 nglish The Gardener's Apprentice By Elisabeth Ginsburg gardener of the mid-20lh century, used to soften walls bv planting all kinds of small, flowering specimens in the crevices between stones. I haven't done that, though some plants, like bleeding heart and common violets, have sown themselves in those spaces. As long as the opportunists don't look awkward, I leave them alone. However, I have long wanted to ^o something a little more deliberate, bj installing plant varieties that would cascade artistically over the sides of the walls. Heine an easily distracted gardener. I though! aboui the idea for a inn" time without actually doing anything. Finally last spring mj daughter took care of the matter for me by planting a hardy ice plant, or dclosperma. in the front of the raised bed. She had seen similar flowers adorning walls in Greece, and when she spotted a potted ice plant in a local nursery, she snapped it up. Our plant may not have the blue Aegean behind it like the one in my daughter's pictures, hut seeing it does not require a large financial commitment, a passport and a long plane ride. Once installed, the ice plant with bright purple, daisy-like (lowers flourished and began cascading over the side of the wall. As winter came on. the foliage, which looks like fleshy green needles, turned purple an unexpected bonus. Now the plant is clearly readying itself for another season. having grown substantially since being planted. I am on the hunt for more of the same, since I have many linear feet of wall to soften. Delosperma is a member of the large Ai/oaceae family, sometimes known as "carpetweed." The common name is an apt descriptor for manv of the low, mat-forming genera in the clan. Delosperma, like manv Ai/oaceae. hails from South Africa. The most popular species, like our Delosperma cooperi. are from mountainous areas and thrive in thin, well-drained soil. Planting delospenna in a raised bed not only gives it a chance to soften the garden wall, but provides the drainage the plant loves. Clay soil should probably be amended with grit or sand to make it happy. Such a cheerful, easy-to-please plant was bound to capture the attention of hybridizers eventually. Delosperma has become one of the darlings of Japanese plant breeders. They have produced showy bi-colored varieties like the pink and white Eye Candy, orange and white Perfect Orange; and the yellow and white Rise and Shine. For lovers of white flowers, there is also White Pearl. 1 ire Spinner, a flashy new species, is currently being sold. This South African mountain plant features flowers with a white eye /.one and orange petals that turn rose or magenta as the bloom ages. With orange at the height of fashion, now may be the optimal time to indulge in a few Fire Spinners. Panayoti Kelaides, senior curator of the Denver Botanic Gardens, has done much work collecting and selecting delosperma varieties. Among the cultivars introduced by the Denver institution is the lovely Mesa Verde, which has salmon-colored flowers that bloom repeatedly throughout the summer. Continued on next page

23 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 23 Archery safety days announced by county The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders announced that archery safety classes are available for people who would like to learn the basics of archery. "Archery is a popular recreational activity that has been underserved in our area," said Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella. Each archery course is two hours long and consists of a safety training session followed by handson instruction at the range. The fee is $20 per person, which is due at registration. There will be a minimum of eight and a maximum of 24 participants per class. Archery equipment is provided by the County of Union. The lessons are taught by a trained and certified USA Archery Instructor and/or a trained and certified 4-H National Archery Instructor. Group archery lessons are scheduled at the following times: April 22, at 2 p.m.; May 13, at 2 p.m.; May 20, at 2 p.m.; June 10, at 2 p.m.; June 13, at 6 p.m.; June 24, at 10 a.m.; July 15, at 10 a.m.; Aug. 5, at 10 a.m.; Aug. 15, at 6 p.m.; Aug. 26, at 10 a.m.; Sept. 5, at 6 p.m.; Sept. 9, at 10 a.m.; Sept. 30, at 2 p.m.; Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. After successful completion of the lesson and a safety questionnaire, participants are qualified to purchase a Union County Archery Range ID card that permits them to use Union County's Archery Range. The range is open daily, dawn to dusk. Anyone who has already completed an accredited archer) safety course can call or for information about purchasing a Union Counts Archery Range ID Card. The fee for the ID card is S20 for adult Union Count) residents and $10 for youths and seniors. The Union County fee also applies to residents of Edison. The ID card fee for all other out-of-county residents is $30 for adults and $15 for youths and seniors. Archery safety class space is limited, so reservations are required. Anyone interested in learning the safe use of a bow and arrow should call the reservation desk at the Union County Department of Parks and Community Renewal at or Registration for an archery safety class is on a firstcome, first-served basis. For more information about the Union County Archery Range, visit www. uenj. org/archery. Premiere Stages at Kean offers signups for youth summer theater workshops Premiere Stages, the professional theatre in residence at Kcan University, is excited to announce that registration has begun for Premiere Stages two annual fun and engaging theater camp sessions: "Let's Put on a Show," tailored for middle school students, and "Taking the Stage." tailored for high school students. Premiere is proud to offer collaborative environments that allow campers to experiment with different acting and storytelling techniques and learn first-hand from industry professionals. Session 1: "Let's Put on a Show" is a performance and story-telling camp for ages II to 14, and runs July 16 through July 27. Students will learn the elements of acting and play development through innovative, active exercises and games that help them translate their creative ideas and impulses into fully conceptualized and mountable original performances for the stage. Working with professional actors, directors and playwrights in a fun. creative and collaborative environment, campers will craft and star in their own showcase. This camp session culminates in a public performance of the campers" work developed over ihe two-week period, followed by a certificate presentation and reception for the participants. Camp runs Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and a final showcase will be performed on July 27. Session 2, "Taking the Stage" is an acting camp for ages 15 to 18. and runs JuK 23 through Aug. 3. Students focus on the craft of acting including scene work, audition technique, monologue preparation. movement and voice/speech. Students all have the chance to work closely with professional actors and directors, as well as guest artists in tields such as stage combat, easting and improvisation. Campers perform monologues as well as scenes from original plays that have been developed through the Premiere Stages Play Festival. This camp session culminates in a public performance of the monologues and Roundtable writers n scenes, t'ollowed bv a certificate presentation and reception for the participants. Camp runs Mondaythrough Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and a final showcase will be perforated Aug. 5. The cost for each session is $295. Scholarships are available, with preference given to Union County residents. For more information or to request an application, contact Cbffe Drobot, Producing Associate at or (W:. interested students should submit a completed registration form, along with a short "camp expectations" statement and a $25 application fee to Premiere Stages at Kean University. The lee ensures inclusion in the camp and serves as the initial tuition payment Rolling registration began March I and will continue through June I, but space is limited and earl\ registration is encouraged. More information and application forms are available online at 'premierestages. Premiere Stages is located at Kean University, 1000 Morris Ave., Union. In addition to Camp Premiere, the Paper Mill Playhouse Summer Musical Theater Conservatory classes and workshops will be held at Kean University in Union in cooperation with the Department of Theatre and its resident Equity theater company, Premiere Stages. Premiere Stages is made possible in part through funding from the (.ieraldine R. Dodge Foundation, The New Jersey State Council on the Arts. The New Jersey Theatre Alliance, The Northfield Bank Foundation, The Westfield Foundation and through the generous support of patrons. Premiere Stages offers free or discounted tickets to patrons with disabilities. All Premiere Stages facilities are fully accessible spaces. Please call for a list of sign-interpreted, audiodescribed or open-eaptioned performances. Large print programs and assisted listening devices are available upon request. Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently held a 'Writers' Roundtable Challenge.' Students in grades three, four and five were invited to participate in the principal's writing initiative. In order to pass the challenge, students had to follow all of the outlined rules. All of the students whose writing piece passed the challenge were rewarded with a pizza party in the cafeteria with the principal, Arina Robinson. The Gardener's Apprentice By Elisabeth Ginsberg Continued from previous page Most delosperma form mats that can increase in size dramatically. Our Delosperma cooperi was about 6 inches across when it came to us. After a year, it is already almost 18 inches wide. Some varieties can spread up to 3 feet and, if they are near a wall, start a downward trek over the side. Indulging in ice plants can net gardeners beautiful, low-maintenance ground covers, wall softeners, or rock-garden subjects. They are also suitable for xeriscape or dry gardens. Small species, like Delosperma spalmanthoides or tufted ice plant, are also useful for containers or troughs. You can find a good variety of ice plants at Plant Delights Nursery, 9241 Sauls Road, Raleigh, NC <; ; Bluestone Perennials also carries ice plants, and can be found at 7211 Middle Ridge Road, Madison, Oil 44057, ; iririrhi'iicmotif/h'rcnniiils cum Elisabeth ( insburg, a.resident of Essex County, is a frequent contributor to Worrall Community Newspapers. The writer archives past columns at com.

24 PAGE 24 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE CROSSWORD SUDOKU 1 I 3 4!> b VI I 14 PUZZLE r CLUES ACROSS I. Medical products manufacturer 5. Depletes gradually 9. Metrical fool used in poetry 13. Brand of clear wrap 14. Gabriel was one 16. Famous for his window's & glass Potter's best friend 19. Tennessee's flower 20. Narrow inlet 21. Puts it on the chopping block 22. Fed 23. Hall of lame l).l Kick 24. Most loathsome 27. Farewell (Spanish) 29. Plant genmsation vessel U). Am. I [cart Assoc. 32. Sock repair 33. (lather fabric in rows 35. Muscat is the capital 36. Cioat and camel hair Eabrii 37. Raised meeting platform 38. Oral polio vaccine developer 39. Yield to another's wish 40. A country's entry permit 41. Hero of Spain Kl 42. Partner of pepper 43. Famous grandma artist 46. Freedom from difficulty 47. Supervises flying 50. In spite u! 33. Insatiable 54. Source of chocolate 55. Sulk 56. < '< '<' 57. Amounts of turn- ANSWERS APPEAR IN OUR CLASSIFIED SECTION 18~ 27 m CLUES DOWN 33 - J _ 1. Popular Mexican dish 2. Pe 3. Obstruct 4. Fixes firmly in f>. Indian frocks 6. Music, ballet and literature 7. What part ol (al)lu I H. More deceitful 9 Informal term for data 10. ('Innese gelatin 1 1. Repair fabric 12. Nellie, journalist 13. Single Ix:ns Reflex 15. Away from one's home 17. Mined minerals 21. Longest division of geolog Leal time 22. Affirm positively 23. Paul Adnen, Br physicist 25. Ballroom dance 26. Tai (alt. sp.) 27. Dental group P To - H I4B Aba Honeymoon 29. Female sibling 31. Today host Curry 33. Deriving pleasure from cruelty 34. Went quickly (archaic) 35. Kiln for drying hops 37. Misrepresentation 38. Absence of sound 40. Many blood vessels 42. Satisfies to excess 43. Glandular fever 44. Capital city of Shiga, Japan 45. Hit sharply 46. This (Spanish) 47. Payroll tax 4K.! ; R-shwatcr duck genus 49. In the past 50. A small drink of liquor 51. (Jwn (Scottish) 52. Daughters of the Am. Revolution Level: Intermediate Here's How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! ANSWERS APPEAR IN OUR CLASSIFIED SECTION Cooki onlhe Bloc 1159 April 1-7 ARIES, March 21 to April 20. Aries, sit down with a calculator and 1'i-t a better handle on \oui finances, especially what you're bringing into the house each month and what is going out. TAURUS, April 21 to May 2 I. ll may be time to take a relationship to another level. Taurus. Look lor inspiration from another couple you admire and enjos the rid*. GEMINI, May 22 to June 21. Gemini, with so much to do. you're harels squeaking by this week. So avoid taking on any addi lional projects. Don't dig yourself into a hole that you can't get out of. CANCHR, June 22 to July 22. Cancer, financial issues ate certainly keeping you on /OUT toes, although sou are hoping for a respite. Go with the How for now and find a better waj i" organize. NO,.lulv 23 to Aug eo, don'l be surprised when others are amenable to your ideas. You give careful consideration to all vour HOROSCOPE proposals, and it's no wonder others are ready to follow your lead. VIRGO, Aug. 24 to Sept. 22. Virgo, if you haven't felt the Crunch of a deadline yet. you probr ably cannot avoid it this week. Tackle the work head-on and don't allow yourself to procrastinate. LIBRA, Sept. 23 to Oct. 23. Libra, there's too much on your mind to focus on just one thing tor the time being. This is a sign that you need to cut down on j our stimuli, at least temporarily. SCORPIO. Oct. 24 to Nov. 22. Scorpio, expect others to turn to you for the next good idea or advice. It can be taxing being the reliable one, but it also an honor to be respected like this. SAGITTARIUS, Nov. 23 lo Dec 21. Sagittarius, when you want to gat yourself heard, there is no point sugar-coating what you have to say, Most people appreciate honesty, even if it's abrupt. CAPRICORN, Dec. 22 to Jan. 20. Capricorn, some decisions you make may not be the right decisions. A wise person learns from his or her mistakes but also tries new things, AQUARIUS. Jan. 21 to Feb. 18. Aquarius, remember that the grass is always greener on the other side ol' the fence. Stop looking at what's wrong where you are, and focus on what is right. PISCES, Feb. 19 to March 20. Pisces, trust friends and family when they insist they have your best interest in mind. You cant always look out for yourself. Famous folks' birthdays APRIL 1, Susan Boyle, activist, 51 APRIL 2, I mmvlou Harris, singer, 65 APRIL 3, Jenny Garth, actress, 40 APRIL 4. David Blane, magician. 39 APRIL 5, Agnetha Faeltskog, singer, 62 M'RIl 6. Candace Cameron. actress. 36 APRIL 7, Russell Crowe, actor. 48 with Chef Ellie E/po Colorful spring Lentils and vegetables combine with a citrus vinaigrette to make a colorful spring salad. MEDITERRANEAN LENTIL SALAD Ingredients Salad ingredients 1 Ib. bag dry lentils, cooked 4 stalks celery, chopped 3 bell peppers - red, yellow and green, diced 1 can chickpeas, drained 1 red onion, chopped % cup chopped parsley 1 cup green peas Vi cup chopped carrots Dressing ingredients 1/3 cup white balsamic vinegar or sherry vinegar 1 tsp. anchovy paste 1/3 cup olive oil I orange and its rind Red pepper flakes 1 tsp. Dijon mustard I tsp. honey Method Combine salad ingredients and season with salt and pepper In a separate bowl, combine the vinegar, orange rind and juice, anchovy paste, honey and mustard Whisk in a 1/3 cup of olive oil. Pour dressing over salad, toss and serve. Ellie Espo, a self-taught chef, has been practicing her craft for 30 years, currently a! Tom the Greengrocer, in Scotch Plains. Her online cooking show. "Cooking On The Block, with Chef Ellie Espo. " is found at where YOU can also print out her recipes. A cookbook is in the works. She may be contacted at or you may view her recent videos by visiting

25 Stories and photos may be ed to SPORTS Sports Numbers Phone: x142 Fax: COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 25 JR'S ALL- COUNTY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TOP 5 Alyssa Polimeni, Gov. Livingston, senior Morgan Miller, Cranford, senior Kate Martino. Summit, senior Anna 1 ies. Dayton, senior Shannon Wheeler. Linden, senior SECONDS Jessica McCoy, Cranford. junior Erin 1 -'crimson, Go\. 1 i\ illusion, junior Marcia Scnatus, Roselle Catholic, junior Jamivah Bethune, Union, senior I mily MaeDonnell, Dayton, senior I'huio h\.ik Pararhini The Hillside girls' basketball team had one of its best years in program history, capturing the Union County Conference's Valley Division championship with a perfect 14-0 record. The Comets were one of six teams in Union County to win at least 20 games, fashioning a 20-6 overall record that included one UCT win and two Central Jersey, Group 2 triumphs. Hillside is guided by third-year head coach Sjocquelyn Winstead, standing at far left, who is a 2005 Hillside graduate. Top girls' hoop players include 5 stellar seniors Polimeni, Miller, Martino, Lies, Wheeler honored By JR Parachini Sports Editor Another highly-competitive Union County girls' basketball season included no less than six teams that won at least 20 games, which doesn't happen very often. Four other squads posted winning records, with one of them - New Providence - once again finding a way to reach a sectional championship game. Summit also reached a sectional final and won 23 games both for the second time in three years. When the dust cleared, the two best teams battled for the county championship, with Governor Livingston defeating Cranford to capture its very first crown. The Highlanders also managed to win their first division title since the 1980s en route to finishing as the county's No. I team. The only Union County Conference squad to finish undefeated in its division was Hillside, with the Comets capturing the Valley Division championship with a perfect 14-0 mark. Hillside took advantage of Dayton's offer to switch divisions after the Comets - situated in the Mountain Division a year ago - finished 2-17 overall and 1-11 in the Mountain. Watchung Division teams that won at least 20 games included repeat champion Roselle Catholic (20-7) and Summit (23-6). Summit won the UCC's first Watchung Division title in Mountain Division teams that won at least 20 games were first-time champion GL (26-2), Cranford (24-5) and Dayton (20-8). Other teams that finished with winning records were Linden (16-9) from the Watchung Division; New Providence (16-11) and Oak Knoll (15-12) from the Mountain Division and Kent Place (13-8) from the Valley Division. Linden defeated a 7-0 Somerville team in overtime on the road and also beat Summit, Cranford and Roselle Catholic at home. Linden was the last Union County team to lose at home when it fell to Watchung Division rival Union on Feb. 7. New Providence won at Summit in the Dec. 29 Ililltopper Tournament final and later reached the North 2, Group 1 championship game for the third straight season. Oak Knoll managed to sweep New Providence in Mountain Division play, defeated Dayton at home, bested Linden on the road in overtime and also won a state tournament game under first-year head coach John Bertollo, who was new to Union County and also new to coaching girls' basketball after coaching boys' in Passaic County. Kent Place finished second in the Valley Division at 11-2 (the Dragons did not host St. Patrick) with its only losses coming to Hillside. Last year, Kent Place shared the Valley Division title with Dayton. Here's a look at the players who excelled and performed the best under pressure in leading the above teams to victory. JR'S FIRST TEAM ALL- COUNTY 14-Alyssa Polimeni, Gov. Livingston, senior: As GL's season and Polimeni's high school career were coming to a close in a state tournament game vs. visiting Point Pleasant Boro, Polimeni kept on playing. It didn't matter that the Highlanders were down by more than 20, the standout point guard gave 100 percent right until the final whistle. That was a great lesson for younger girls' players who aspire to succeed on the varsity level some day. A four-year varsity starter, Polimeni finished with 1,115 career points. See TOP, Page 29 THIRDS Kelly Osmulski. Summit, senior Jen Kuczynski, Dayton, senior Rebecca Johnson, Gov. Livingston, senior Kerri Moran, Oak Knoll, junior Kaitlin McGovecn, Cranford, jurdoi FOURTH 5 Jada Lewis, Linden, junior Sam Dowling, Gov. Livingston, senior Cassandra Squeri, New Providence, junior Mairead MeKeary, Ctanfofd, sophomore Yasmine Rohmson-Baeole, Hillside, freshman HONORABLE MENTION: Wendy Berry, Union, sophomore Alexis Akndge, Union, junior Laura Swir/. Koselle Park, senior Jasmine Brown. Roselle Park, freshman Biianna Duslin, Brearlcy. senior Christine Grispart, Brearley, sophomore Amber l.ueddeke. Bre&rley, senior Heather I nl/en. l)a>ion, junior Malloiv George, Gov, Livingston, junior Nicole Johnson. Summit, senior Amanda Murphy, Summit, senior Jatirah Uiggs, Elizabeth, senior Ariona Smith, l-li/abeth, junior Jasmine Lombard. Hillside, junior Alcui Richardson, Hillside, freshman Kcajah Hall, Linden, sophomore Asyra Murchison, Rahway senior Brianna Carr, Rahway, sophomore Nyasia Davis, Roselle, senior Johanna Jaramillo, Roselle, junior Tori Po/sonyi, Roselle Catholic, sophomore Niavanni Grant, Roselle Catholic, junior Jenna Goeller, Cranford, junior Cyndi Wilson, Johnson, senior Michelle Smorol, Johnson, senior Drew Winter, Plainfield, sophomore Breana Spencer, Plainfield, sophomore Lillian Scott, West field, freshman Jackie Knapp, Westfield, freshman Carolyn Maguirc, Westlield, senior Taylor Sebolao, Scotcli Plains, junior Katie Harper, Scotcli Plains, sophomore Tabitha Dwunfoui. Scotch Plains, freshman Emma CuUeton, New Providence, senior Sara Lowenstein. New Providence, senior Jasmine Serrano, Union < atholic, senior Emily Done, Union Catholic, senior Gabriela Palliccr, Oak Knoll, senior (latherine Bonner, Oak Knoll, sophomore Elham Ahmed, Si. Mary's, Elizabeth, senior Karima I lines, St. Patrick, junior Jillian Nash, Kent Place, senior Tabitha Davis. Benedictine Academy, junior Sec hoys', girls' Ui'(' all-division teams, Page 26

26 PAGE 26 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE \R\ tjxv a Hanratty named the 15th head FB coach at R. Park Guided GL to 6 straight playoff seasons By JR Parachini Sports Editor Terry Hanratty, who played on state championship teams at Elizabeth and is the only coach to guide Governor Livingston to six straight playoff seasons including the program's second sectional title game, was officially named Roselle Park's 15th head football coach at the March 20 Hoard of Education meeting. "I wanted to stay in Union County in this ;irea," said Hanratty, 39, who was not retained for a ninth season at Governor Livingston. "I applied for a few positions, with this one being the one I really wanted." Hanratty, a health and physical education teacher at GL who will turn 40 on May 2, succeeds James hoy, a 1990 Roselle Park graduate, who was the head coach since I'oy's record during his six-season tenure was 17-43, including Roselle Park's last winning season of 6-4 in 2006, his first year at the helm. Foy was an assistant coach at Roselle Park under the coach he played for, John Wagner, before he became a head coach for the first time, loy had resigned from his coaching position this time last year only to quickly decide to come back for one more year to aid Roselle Park while it was selecting its new athletic director. Wagner was in that position - Vice Principal of Athletics - since he stepped down from coaching. Wagner then left Roselle Park at the end of last year's academic calendar to become the head football coach at Point Pleasant Beach for Wagner passed flerni Shaw, who the Roselle Park football field is named alter, in wins his final season at Roselle Park in 2005 to become the winningest football coach in Roselle Park history. His (.620) record at Roselle Park includes 11-0 North 2, Group I state Championship teams in 1992 and The Panthers qualified for the playolfs nine times, won nine Mountain Valley Conference division championships and, at one point, had 14 straight winning seasons during Wagner's tenure. Wagner guided Point Pleasant Beach to an 8-3 record and the Central Jersey, Group I semifinals last fall. PPB was 3-17 combined the two seasons before and had not had a winning season since 1997 and had not made the playoffs since Roselle Park has also not qualified lor the playoffs since Wagner and I'oy were the only two head coaches lor the past 31 seasons Wagner 25 from and ION SIX from "I know John Wagner and James I o\ were the only coaches they've had the last 30 sears," llanrattv said. "Coach Koy and I practiced together in 7-on-7s and I have a lot of respect foi him." llanrattv's eight -season record at Gl, was (.488) and included six playoff seasons, four winning campaigns, three sectional semifinal appearances and one sectional final. "I'm excited to IK- at Roselle Park," said Hanratty, who resides in Elizabeth, JUS1 one block from Roselle Park. "I grew up close by in Elizabeth. "This town has good tradition. Kids I grew up with still live there. I lived there for two years. "()l all the jobs I applied for this was the best lit." Hanratty was to meet with first-year Roselle Park Athletic Director Pete Lubrecht last week and was then to begin assembling his coaching staff, finalize scrimmages and begin to gel together whh returning players, "I like to have kids that want to compete and don't mind at all kids that pla\ more than one sport," Hanratty said. HanrallN is in his eighth year as the junior varsitv baseball coach at GL and just completed his third season as the freshman girls' basketball coach at the Berkeley Heights school. "I think that kids who play more than one sport have a better chance at succeeding during crunch time, when the pressure is on," Hanratty said. One assistant coach Hanratty will seek to bring with him to Roselle Park is Roselle Park resident Greg Dunkerton. "Greg coached with me all eight years at GL and did an outstanding job with our linemen," Hanratt) said. "He was a big reason why we reached the semifinals three times. He's such a high-quality coach." Roselle Park made strides last year, finishing 3-7 after winning only three games combined during the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. The Panthers will have one of the top returning seniors in the area next fall in running back-linebacker Juan Carmona. "They were very close in a lot of games last year," Hanratty said. Roselle Park lost at home to Brearley 3-0 and held its own in a 20-3 home loss to New Providence, which finished 9-2. The Panthers have not beaten either rival since the 2001 season. "I hope to continue the progress that went on last year," llanratty said. "I'm.going to come in there and do the best job 1 possibly can." GL was 4-6 in Joe Hubert's final season as the head coach in 2003 before Hanratty took over. The only two times GL reached the state playoffs before Hanratty became the head coach were in 1989 when the Highlanders reached the North 2, Group 1 final and in 2002 when they lost in the North 2, Group 2 quarterfinals. Hanratty led GLto four of its five playoff wins playoff record and six of its eight playoff seasons. The 1990 Elizabeth graduate can also tell Roselle Park players what its like to win a state championship as a player. He played on Elizabeth's 1988 and 1989 North 2, Group 4 state championship teams during his junior and senior seasons The 1988 team went 10-1, losing only at Irvington 8-0 in the regular season, while the 1989 team was 11-0 and finished No. 1 in the state at season's end. Elizabeth has captured North 2, Group 4 seven times during the playoff era, with only the 1989 team doing so undefeated. Elizabeth defeated Morris Knolls - on the road in 1988 and at home 25-0 in in those two sectional finals. "My first year at GL was exciting and new and you learn as you go," llanratty said. "Now I've been around a little.hit. but I'm still young enough to throw the ball around with the guvs, "Coaching at GL was a great experience. I coached exc< (lent talent (here and built great relationships with the people there." ()ne of I lanrattv's top players the last lew \ ears was senior Anthony Manganiello, who will be representing GL in this June's 34th annual North-South All-Star Classic at Kean University. "lie was one of the best coaches i ever had," Manganiello said at Sunday's North-South Media Day at Piscataway High School. "It wasn't only about winning, lie was a great gu\ and went out of his wax to make sure nobody got in any trouble. "He was a great leader. I will come back and visit him wherever he is coaching next." I lanrattv's goals remain the same. "I would like to make the playoffs, try to win a conference championship and strive for a state championship." Hanratt) said. Roselle Park finished 1-4 in the Mid-State 39 Conference's Union (last C) Division last year, beating Bound Brook for its lone division triumph. "I always set goals that are very high," Hanratty said. See NEW, Page 27 COUnty SPORTS o r v^rv ICJ Twitter.com J All the latest sports Matter, opinions and scores for Union County. FolowUs On COUNTY CONFERENCE BOYS' BASKETBALL ALL-WATCHUNG DIVISION: De'Andre Bembry, St. Patrick / Sekou Harris, Plainfield Jahmal Lane, Plainfield / Justin Sears, Plainfield Quadri Moore, Linden / Shakir Phelps, Linden Hakeem Rogers, Elizabeth / Isaiah Davis, Elizabeth Jameel Warney, Roselle Catholic / Hakim Saintil, Roselle Catholic HONORABLE MENTION: Diijon Allen-Jordan, Plainfield / Wesley Cherry, Roselle Catholic Jared Nickens, St. Patrick / Eric Lofton-Harris, Union Ozan Yucetepe, Westfield ALL-MOUNTAIN DIVISION: Hakeem Kornegay, Rahway / Damon Lynn, Union Catholic Devine Eke, Union Catholic / Thomas Bonacum, Scotch Plains Dominic Gonzales, Scotch Plains / Samad Holmes, Hillside Logan Kelley, GL / Rashaun Liggon, St. Mary's, Elizabeth Reggie Green, Cranford / Ba'Shawn Mickens, Summit HONORABLE MENTION: Kurt Rutmayer, Cranford / Stefan Fedorchak, Cranford Sean Babos, Cranford / Reid Harrison, Gov. Livingston Rudy Delva, Hillside / Aaron Peters, Rahway Jevon Allen, Rahway / Ja'Quan Matthews, Rahway Ian Johnston, Scotch Plains / Stephen Alexander, St. Mary's, Elizabeth O'Shea Bostic, St. Mary's, Elizabeth / Ryan Sweeney, Summit David Hawthorne, Union Catholic ALL-VALLEY DIVISION: Khayri Hudeen. Brearley / Dave Barletta, New Providence Mike Marchesano, New Providence /Andrew Homlish, Dayton Isaiah Rogers, Dayton / Alex Cabrera, Roselle Jamar Redmond, Roselle / Matt Billups, Oratory Prep Kevin Zychowski, Oratory Prep / Dan Hogan, Johnson HONORABLE MENTION: Jhonny Batista, Brearley /Andre Williams, Brearley EJjjah Brown, Dayton / Samorri Johnson, Johnson Seth Keller, New Providence / Matt Toscano, Oratory Prep William Nelson, Roselle/ Evin Jimenez, Roselle Neil Patel, Roselle Park / Jericho Gloria, Roselle Park COUNTY CONFERENCE GIRLS' BASKETBALL ALL-WATCHUNG DIVISION: Marcia Senatus, Roselle Catholic / Shannon Wheeler, Linden Jada Lewis, Linden / Jamaya Bethune, Union Nyasia Davis, Roselle / Kate Martino, Summit Kelly Osmulski, Summit / Drew Winter, Plainfield Taylor Sebolao, Scotch Plains / Jackie Knapp, Westfield HONORABLE MENTION: Brianna Spencer, Plainfield / Tori Pozsonyi, Roselle Catholic Thabitha Dwunfour, Katie Harper, S. Plains / Nicole Johnson, Summit ALL-MOUNTAIN DIVISION: Morgan Miller, Cranford / Jessica McCoy, Cranford Kerri Moran, Oak Knoll ' Alyssa Polimeni, Gov. Livingston Anna Lies, Dayton / Emily MacDonnell. Dayton Jatirah Diggs, Elizabeth / Emma Culleton, New Providence Cyndi Wilson, Johnson ' Jasmine Serrano, Union Catholic HONORABLE MENTION: Jen Kuczysnki, Dayton / Ariona Smith, Elizabeth Sam Dowling, Gov. Livingston / Cassandra Squeri, New Providence Gabriela Pallicer, Oak Knoll ALL-VALLEY DIVISION: Yasmine Robinson-Bacote, Hillside / Jasmine Lombard, Hillside Afeni Richardson, Hillside / Asyra Murchison, Rahway Brianna Carr, Rahway / Tab Davis, Benedictine Laura Swirz, Roselle Park I Karima Mines, St. Patrick Brianna Dustin, Brearlev /Jillian Nash, Kent Place

27 Governor Livingston vs. Mendham, 6 p.m. COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 27 Early openers set for Saturday Union baseball starts home By JR Parachini Sports Editor With April I landing on a Sunday this >ear. the NJSIAA is allowing spring sports teams to begin their seasons this Saturday on March 31. Here"s a list of Union County baseball and Softball openers tor this Saturday, with weathermen predicting the local forecast to be 58 degrees and sunny. COUNTY BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL TEAMS OPENING ON SATURDAY, MARCH 31 Defending Group 2 state champion GL opens home Saturday at 11 a.m. vs. Roselle Catholic. The Highlanders are sparked by senior Billy Worswick, No. 15 here at bat. BASEBALL Dickinson at Union, 11 a.m. North Bergen at Elizabeth, 11 a.m. Marist at Westfield. 11 a.m. Middlesex at Scotch Plains, 11 a.m. Roselle Catholic at Gov. Livingston, 11 a.m. Linden at Hoboken. noon Also..-. Chatham is at Millburn at 11 a.m.. with [Id Collins making his debut as head coach at Chatham. Collins is a 1994 Union graduate, who played minor league baseball. Collins Started on Union's last Union County Tournament championship team in Millburn is guided by secondyear head coach Brian Chapman, who is a 1987 Union Catholic graduate. SOFTBALL Dumont at Linden. 10 a.m. New Providence at Summit, 11 a.m. New Brunswick at Mother Seton, I p.m COUNTY CONFERENCE BASEBALL ALIGNMENT (same as 2011) WATCHUNG DIVISION (7 schools): Cranford / Westfield / Gov. Livingston Elizabeth / Scotch Plains / Union / Linden Defending champion: Cranford MOUNTAIN DIVISION (8 schools): Union Catholic / Dayton / Roselle Catholic / Johnson Summit / Brearley / Rahway / Plaintleld Defending champion: Union Catholic VALLEY DIVISION (7 schools): Roselle Park / New Providence / Oratory Prep St. Mary's, Elizabeth / Hillside / St. Patrick / Roselle Defending champion: Roselle Park 2012 PARK DAD'S CLUB BASEBALL INVITATIONAL WEEKEND FRIDAY, APRIL 13 Oratory vs. Dunellen, 4 p.m. Johnson vs. Columbia. 7 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 14 Weehawken vs. Union Catholic, 10 a.m. Linden vs. Holmdel, 1 p.m. Cranford vs. Hillsborough, 4 p.m. Roselle Park vs. Brearley, 7 p.m. SUNDAY, APRIL 15 Dayton vs. Metuchen, 9 a.m. New Providence vs. Newark Academy, noon Bridgewater-Raritan vs. Nutley, 3 p.m. K Panii'hini New grid coach at RP is ready for next challenge (Continued from Page 26) "You should always strive to be the best and always want to \vin. ["here are great traditions here and great rivalries, Breariej for one." Hanrattv will also have to get vised to playing his home games on a grass Held. "It's the best thing 1 ever heard of," llanvatn said. "1 think it's a good thing. I will enjoj playing on grass." NOTES: Hanratty also said last week that he still plans on teaching at GL in the tall. "1 was bom and raised in Union Count) and ihc teams I played on and coached at were always verj competitive, from football to baseball," llanrath said, "in Union County you have people that treat each other with integrity. Union Count) does it the right way." Shaw's 29-season record at Roselle Park was (.629). Former Boston College head coach Jack Bicknell - he coached 1984 Heisman Trophj winning quarterback Doug l'lulie - and former New York Jets assistant coach under Joe Walton and the head coach at llofstra from , Joe Gardi, were head coaches at Roselle Park in the 1960s. Wagner, a 1969 Roselle Park graduate, was an assistant on Geoff Hill's staff for six seasons from Gardi, a Harrison native who was also the head football coach at Oratory Prep in Summit before taking over at Roselle Park, passed away in June of 2010 at the age of 71. TERRY HANRATTY COACHING RESUME: * Assistant coach on Jerry Moore's staff at Elizabeth for 6 seasons: 1996 to Elizabeth captured North 2, Group 4 in 1997, 1999 and * Assistant coach on Bucky McDonald's stall ai Linden for 2 seasons: 2002 and * Head coach at Governor Livingston for 8 seasons: 2004 to 2011 (41-43,.488) 2011:(3-7) 2010: (1-9) 2009: (5-5), reached North 2, Group 2 quarterfinals 2008: (7-5), reached North 2, Group 2 final 2007: (5-5), reached Central Jersey, Group 2 quarterfinals 2006: (8-3), reached Central Jersey, Group 2 semifinals 2005: (6-4), reached Central Jersey, Group 2 quarterfinals 2004: (6-5). reached North 2, Group 2 semifinals HEAD FOOTBALL COACHES AT R. PARK: llerm Shaw: (76-56-IS..576) and ( ,.700), teasons total, ( ,,629) Ralph Williams; one season - ( ) Jim Woods: 1456 and lun seasons - (5-13,.278) Jim Dunn four seasons - ( ,.343) Jack Bicknell: 1962 and two seasons - (6* ) Joe Carlier: 1964, 1965, three seasons - ( ) Joe Gardi: , i%>) three seasons - (17-K)..630) AI /ulewski: 1970, 1971, l ( >7: - three seasons - (16-4-2,.640) I rank Antonelli and I'at Spagnoletti: one season combined - ( I-S..1 11) Bob I.elli: one season - (2-6-1,.250) (n.elf Hill: five seasons - ( ,.523) John Wagner: seasons ( ,.620) James Foy: six seasons - (17-43,.283) GL NAMES NEW HEAD COACH Former 10-year Dunellen assistant Gary "J.R." LublBCO was named Gl.'s new head coach at last Thursday night's Berkeley Heights Board nl I ducat ion meeting. Lubisco. 34, is a North Plainlleld resident who is taking on his first head coaching job. He served as line coach and special teams coordinator the past 10 years for head coach Dave DeNapoli. Lubisco is a history teacher at Dunellen and also the school's head track and field coach. Lubisco will continue to coach track at the Middlesex County school this spring. Lubisco is a 1995 Millburn graduate, who played football for the Millers. He competed in track and field in college at Susquehanna University in Pennsylvania.

28 PAGE 28 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE Pholn wrl«) "I PwfBl ( athulii' Roselle Catholic senior Wesley Cherry, second from left, receives the prestigious Chakey Award. He is pictured here with, from left, RC boys' coach Dave Boff, Jim Chakey - son of RC's first head coach Ed Chakey - and former RC basketball coach and current assistant principal Pat Hagan. Gross nets 1,001 for solid career By JK I'ai ;u liiiii Sports Editor Chris (iross made.in immediate impact at Roselle Catholic once he was eligible last season, lie played 20 games last year, starting everyone, with Roselle Catholic winning ix of them, His value was proven right from the start. The 6-6 twingman produced a fine varsity basketball career, finishing with 1,001 career points. (noss reached the coveted milestone in his last game, which was Roselle Catholic's loss at I renton Catholic March I in the Non- Public, South B quarterfinals. Roselle Catholic finished with (iross starting all 26 games. The only field goal (iross managed against Trenton Catholic lie finished with two points was good enough to get him just past 1,000. (iross played his first two years at Cranl'ord, helping lead the Cougars to the 2010 Union ( ountj Conference-Mountain Division championship his sophomore season. "I believe Chris had just over half Ins total lor us." Roselle Catholic head coach Dave Boll said. "He directly u.ii! into our starting lineup last year." Roselle ( alholic was 15-0 with (rtoss in the lineup a year ago before it tell to top-seeded and eventual four-peat champion St. Patrick in a l ICT semifinal at Railway. With4:33 remaining. RC was as close as 54-4s against the lop-ranked team in the country. dross helped le;ul the lions to three more wins before RC fell at St. Peter's Prep in the Non-Public, North A semifinals. (iross paced the Lions offensivel) with 11 points. Roselle Catholic finished 22-8 last year, with its 20th win a home triumph ovei Governor Livingston that clinched the UCC's Mountain Division championship. <noss scored 14 points in his fust Roselle Catholic game, which was a conference-crossover victor) al Brearley. "We went 35-1 I with Chris in our lineup, which is pretty solid," Holt said. "Chris was a glut guy. He was a great guy in terms of asking someone to do a bunch of different things. "'He could post, guard in the post, guard in the perimeter and make perimeter shots for us. lie shot 0V«40 percent from three-point range." inoss also had a knack loi knowing where the play was going to be. "Chris was a great passei and he had one of the best basketball IQs of anyone on our team." Boff said. "He was usually in the right place in the right time offensivel) and defensively. "If he wasn't playing well. IK- was willing to admit it and try to do things to get better. He was a real pleasure to coach." As lai as pla\ ing at the next level, Boff said that (iross is involved with a bunch of Division 2 schools and a ton of I >i\ ision Js. "He wants to find the absolute best place for him right now." Boff said. Cherry put team ahead of his individual success Earns prestigious RC Chakey Award After putting team success ahead of individual accomplishment during a successful scholastic basketball career at Roselle Catholic, Wesley Cherry fittingly received an individual award about being a team player. Cherry received the prestigious Kd Chakey Award at Roselle Catholic's annual Winter Athletics Convocation earlier this month. The award, named in honor of Roselle Catholic's first basketball coach, is given to a senior basketball player who best exemplifies the qualities that marked the life of Ldward Chakey, an administrator, teacher and coach at RC from 1959 to "In my opinion Wes Cherry is everything the Chakey Award is supposed to be about," said Roselle (atholic boys 1 basketball coach Dave Boff, who's continued the tradition of presenting the Chakey Award that former RC coach I'at Hagan started in "Wes is a great kid. great student and great basketball player." said Bolt, who concluded his fifth season at the helm of the Lions. "He has been tremendously unselfish during his time in our program and always been a teammate that the other boys could count on." In 2012, Cherry helped the Lions reach the Union Cgunfy Tournament championship game for the first time since 1963, falling to eventual Tournament of Champions finalist Plainfield. Cherry will continue his academic and athletic career at East Stroudsburg University on an athletic scholarship. (loach Chakey's son, Jim Chakey, a member of the Bayonne High School Hall of Fame, continued the tradition of presenting the award. Hagan and Boff joined Chakey when Cherry was announced as the 2012 recipient. "Wes seemed to enjoy his role as a defender, being the kid that was expected to shut down the other team's best player." said Hagan. who retired from the sideline following the 2007 campaign after 27 seasons at the helm. "Back in the day (Mr. Chakey's players) seemed to relish and enjoy that role. "I thought he was the best choice for the award." Cherry's siblings, liana and David, were also successful student-athletes at Roselle Catholic. Tiana Cherry, who owns the school record in the high jump, was a senior starter and co-captain o\' the Lions" basketball team that won the school's first UCT title in basketball in David Cherry graduated from RC in 2005 as MVP of the boys' basketball team before starring on the hardwood at Rutgers-Newark, where he scored 1,176 points, seventh most m program history when he concluded his career three years ago. "I think the most important thing to Wes was going out and trying to win games and playing as hard as he possibly could to do that." Hagan said. "Maybe it's because of his siblings or because his parents have been around RC lor a long time, hut Wes kind of represents a little bit of old school to me and his game reflects that, too." llagan's son. Tim. is a former Chakey Award winner. Tim Hagan. a Boston College graduate, is a firstyear teacher at his alma mater and an assistant coach in the RC boys' basketball program. Another RC tradition continued with the presentation of most valuable player awards at the end of the convocation. trophies for MVP were presented to: Marcia Senatus for basketball, Jameel Warney for basketball, Nick Campanelli for bowling, Elizabeth Salmi for cheerleading, Melissa Sporer for track and Kevin Drastura for track. Warney, Roselle Catholic's all-time leading scorer, and fellow senior Chris Gross were recognized and presented with trophies for becoming members of the Lions' 1,000-point club. Gross reached the milestone in the state tournament against Trenton Catholic in Roselle Catholic's final game of the season. Warney reached and passed points last season and finished with 1,698 after netting 410 this year. He began the season with RC honor roll students from the winter athletics season were also recognized at the convocation with scholar-athlete medals for their accomplishment. Dr. Robert Stickles, Roselle Catholic's principal and an alumnus, helped present the scholar-athlete awards. Senior basketball player Edlyne Darius sang the national anthem to help start the program, following a prayer from campus minister Maureen Hagan. CATHOLIC CHAKEY AWARD WINNERS 2012: Wesley Cherry 2011: None selected. 2010: Kendall Henderson 2009: Connor Laverty 2008: Dominick Murphy 2007: Bryan Godfrey 2006: Danny Sullivan 2005: Dan Hennessey 2004: Brandon Newsome 2003: Tim Hagan 2002: Bernard Buttone 2001: Jimmy Sweeney 2000: John Miller 1999: James Williams 1998: Chris Scanielo 1997: Kevin Bullock & Dan Mendoza 1996: Josh Durand CATHOLIC BOYS' BASKETBALL COACHES OVER THE YEARS: to present: Dave Boff to : Pat Hagan and : Jack Cannon to : Ed Chakey NOTES: Boff has now guided Roselle Catholic to three straight winning seasons. He led the Lions to the 2010 UCC-Valley Division championship and to the 2011 UCC-Mountain Division crown. Roselle Catholic finished third in the UCC's Watchung Division this season.

29 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 29 Top girls' basketball players impressive (Continued from Page 25) She poured in 378 this season for a teamleading 13.5 average. Polimeni also dished out 177 assists for a 6.3 average and finished near 500 for her career. In addition this year, she grabbed 133 total rebounds and came up with 89 steals for averages of 4.75 and 3.2 in those categories. "In her four-year career Alyssa missed only two games and three practices - all during her sophomore year when she fractured her foot before the last game of the year vs. Spotswood," GL fifth-year head coach Andy Silvagni said. "She never complained about anything." 3-Morgan Miller, Cranford, senior: In 29 games Miller put up 182 three-point attempts. Opposing coaches winced after she made 76 of them to give the Cougars three more points at the time. Miller was as lethal a long-range outside shooter as there was in Union County, making 42 percent from three-point range. One of those 3s was the first half court shot she ever made in a game, which came at the first quarter buzzer of her team's Mountain Division win at 17-0 GL. Miller - who was equally effective bringing the ball up at the point as she was moving outside as a shooting guard - was more than just an outside shooter, though. She was just as electric when driving to the basket for two, or grabbing a defensive rebound that would start Cranford's high-powered transition game. Miller averaged points, scoring 438 to give her 1,081 for her career, which included three varsity seasons as a starter. She also had 157 rebounds this year for a 5.41 average, a team-leading 107 assists for a 3.69 average and 92 steals and 35 blocks for averages of 3.17 and Miller shot 49 percent from two-point range (77-for-157) and made 85 percent (56-for-66) of her free throws. "Morgan's been a leader since she started on our team," Cranford fifth-year head coach Jackie Dyer said. "I remember when Morgan was in 7th grade and she came to open gyms and played with the high school girls. "She lives, breathes and dies for basketball. She's going to be missed." Miller scored a game-high 25 points in Cranford's division win at GL and finished her career with a team-high 10 points in Cranford's setback at West Morris in the North 2. Group 3 semifinals. 11-Kate Martino, Summit, senior: This four-year starter was as consistent a plaver Maitino scored 405 points last year and 405 again this year - as there was in the county. Despite her lack of height, there was nothing she couldn't do on the basketball court and do well. Her heart and ability and desire to succeed can not be measured. Martino finished with 1,210 career points, which is third-best in program history. This year she was Summit's second-leading scorer behind fellow senior guard Kelly Osmulski after she was the leading scorer last year and Osmulski second. Martino averaged 14 points this year, dished out 152 assists for a 5.2 average, grabbed 116 rebounds for an even a\ erage of four a game, and finished second all-time in career assists with 416. "Kate makes decisions on the floor (hat people think about and they go, 'maybe,' and she's already made that pass," seventh-year Summit head coach Brian Erickson said. "She gives you the ball on the button, when you want it and where you want it." Martino scored 179 points her freshman year and 221 as a sophomore. Many of her assists her first two years were the result of baskets scored by 2010 graduate Emily Cristaldi, who is second on Summit's all-time scoring list with 1,220 points, just 10 more than Martino finished with. "She makes passes nobody else will make," Erickson said. "Her No. I thing is her decision-making skills, but she also defends as good if not better than anybody in this county. "That's why I think she's one of the best pure point guards. She doesn't care if she scores as you can see by her assists." 15-Anna Lies, Dayton, senior: The third of three Bulldog players to reach 1,000 career points this season - doing so by hitting a 3-pointer early in the second quarter of her team's UCT quarterfinal win over Union Catholic in one of the two gyms at Johnson - it was Lies who set the tone from the point. "Anna made our offense run," Dayton 15th-year head coach Dave Rennie said. "She was able to break down defenses and pull up when she needed to. She pushed the tempo too and was great on the fast break. Anna was also a tremendous passer in the open court." Lies scored 289 points for a 10.3 average and finished with 1,068 lor her career. The four-year sorter also averaged 5.4 assists. 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 Steals this season. Fellow senior teammates that also reached and passed 1,000 points this year included Emit) MacDonmU first and Jen Kuc/ynski second. "Anna also assisted on over points." Rennie said. "She led the team in steals and anticipated well. One of the reasons we a\eraged over SO points this year was Anna's leadership at the point." Her tree two throws at the very end were the difference in Dayton edging Linden in overtime in a UCT quarterfinal at Roselle Catholic, with the Bulldogs reaching the semi finals for the second straight season. Lies just committed to playing on the Division 3 level at Marymount Universitv in Arlington, Va. 3 Shannon Wheeler, Linden, senior: When Wheeler was the best plavei on the court. Linden was going to come awaj the winner. A perfect example of that was Linden's eome-from-behind home win over Roselle Catholic when the \isiting Lions were 11-0 at the time in Walchung Division play. "We played hard as a team and reallv brought our intensity," said Wheeler thai afternoon after she scored 10 of her gamehigh 18 points in a game-changing third quarter that saw the Tigers outscore Roselle Catholic 16-2 after thej Hailed at intermission. Wheeler scored 460 points for an 18.4 average and finished with just over 1,500 foi her career. Wheeler reached 1,000 points on l : eb. 25, 2011 in a home loss to St. Anthonv before lasl sear's State playoffs. "She's a scorer," said second-year head coach Paul Gorski. "She will be a big for whomever she plays for next and a tremendous loss lor us." Wheeler, who Gorski said has drawn interest from a couple of Division 2 schools. also averaged 5.75 assists and 4.0 rebounds this year. "Shannon was a hard worker who got the other kids motivated," Gorski said. "She realized how important the team was." COACHOFTHKYF.AU Sjocquelyn Winstead, Hillside: The Comets went 2-17 last year, including a 1-11 record in the Union County Conference's Mountain Division. Thej took advantage of dropping down to the Valley Division this year by becoming the only basketball team in Union County - including both boys' and girls" to win a division title undefeated. Hillside went a perfect 14-0 to capture the Yallev I )iv ision championship and was also one of six girls" teams in Union County to win at least 20 games, finishing Hillside won a division title for the first time since the Comets captured the Mountain Vallcv Conference's Skv Division championship in 2004, which was when third-year head coach Sjocquelyn Winstead was a player her junior year. The Comets were sparked bj a freshmen class that included Afeni Richardson off the bench, starter Yasmine Robinson-Bacote and other reserves Tia-Monique Cole and Chioma Emeana "We've been able to bring in a group of freshmen and retain them," said \\ instead, who as a junior in 2004 was part of a 19-6 Hillside team that reached the North 2, Group 2 championship game. "Thev 're the future ol our program." Thev are also the present, with Robinson-Bacote receiving rave reviews from more than one opposing coach. "There was a lot of develop men! of then skills during the summer season." Winstead said. "We have players that can play all positions and girls' that can play basketball." The poini guard was senior khadijah Callahaii. the 2-guard junior Kah'Shanai Cole and forwards included juniors Jasmine Lombard and Jovania Pierre. < )ur three goals were to finish over.500. qualify for the states and get a comfortable seed and win our conference," Winstead said. Hillside accomplished all three. HAM OF THE YEAR Governor Livingston; The Highlanders won then fust 17 games before lallin home to Cranford in a game that Ihev outscored the Cougars in three of the four quarters. OL then won nine straight before it was defeated ai home b) eventual champion Poini Pleasant Boro in the Central Jersey, Group 2 semifinals. IM'U was the only team <il played that it did not defeat. A program-best 26-2 record included the Union Conference's Mountain Division title and the program's first UCT championship. See lull version of this season wrap feature story (ii - Union County Navigator, / PARK SHERIFFS SALE Sheriffs File Number: CH Division: CHANCERY Docket Number: F County Union Plaintiff: GULFSTREAM CAPITAL CORPORATION A DELAWARE COR- PORATION AS ASSIGNEE FROM FIRST BANKAMERICANO VS Defendant JUAN A. RISSO. ARACEL- LY RISSO. WAXTEL. INC.. BANK OF AMERICA. N A. PNC BANK NATION- AL ASSOCIATION. AND BNB BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Sale Date: 04/04/2012 Writ of Execution: 01/17/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, N.J.. on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales 1 DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT PROPERTY A. The property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, and State of New Jersey. Premises are commonly known as: 460 Division Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey Tax Lot No. 737 in Block No. 8 Nearest Cross Street: Flora Street B. DIMENSIONS OF LOT: Approximately sq feet Irregular Lot. The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without notice through publication. 2 DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT PROPERTY further A The property to be sold is located in the City of Roselle Park. County of Union, and State of New Jersey Premises are commonly known as 617 Sheridan Avenue, Roselle Park, New Jersey Tax Lot No 4 in Block No 1003 Nearest Cross Street: Lincoln Avenue East B DIMENSIONS OF LOT: 4,800 sq feet Regular Lot The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $442, ""Four Hundred Forty-Two Thousand Four Hundred Three and 05/100*" Attorney: ALBERTO ULLOA, PC MORRIS AVE THIRD FLOOR, NJ (908) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $455, "-Four Hundred Fifty-Five Thousand Four Hundred Eighty-Six and 59/100"* March 8, 15, 22, 29, 2012 U WCN ($158 76) TUBLTCTJOTICE PARK BOROUGH OF PARK NOTICE OF AWARD 1. CONTRACTOR: Blue Shield Consulting, Morristown. NJ 2 NATURE OF SERVICES: Staffing and Resource Allocation Study of the Rosefle Park Police Department 3 DURATION OF SERVICES: January 1, 2012 until December 31, 2012 or until his successor is appointed 4 AMOUNT Not to $10, Dated: January 5, 2012 exceed Doreen Cali RMC/CMC. Borough Clerk March 29, 2012 U UNL ($13 23) NOTICE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE TRANSFER Person-To-Person Take notice that an application for person to person transfer has been made to the Township Committee of the Township of Union to transfer to Rt. 22 Bar & Restaurant LLC. d/b/a The Factory for plenary retail consumption license # heretofore issued to Garden State Lounge, Inc which license is presently not assigned to any premises The individuals who will hold an interest in this license are John Salmon and William J Pepe who are members of the applicant Objections, if any, should be made immediately in writing to Eileen Birch. Municipal Clerk of the township of Union Morns Avenue. Union, New Jersey or Director, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 140 E. Front St PO Box 087, Trenton, NJ Rt 22 Bar 4 Restaurant. d/b/a The Factory 8 Spring Valley Drive Florham Park NJ March 22, 29, 2012 U UNL ($49.30) LLC TOWNSHIP OF is hereby given that an ordinance, the title of which Is hereinbelow set forth, was finally passed and approved by the Township Committee of the Townsnip of Union in the County of Union, at a public meeting held at the Municipal Building, Friberger Park, Union, New Jersey, on March 27, 2012 CALENDAR YEAR 2012 ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A CAP BANK AUTHO- RIZING THAT ANY AMOUNT NOT APPROPRIATED AS PART OF THE FINAL BUDGET SHALL BE RETAINED AS AN EXCEPTION TO FINAL APPRO- PRIATION IN EITHER OF THE NEXT TWO SUCCEEDING YEARS (N J.S.A 40A ) U UNL March ($12 25) is hereby given that an Ordinance set forth below was introduced at a meeting of the Township Committee of the Township of Union in the County of Union, held on March and that said ordinance will be further considered for

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53 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 53 final passage at a meeting of the Township Committee at the Municipal Building Morris Avenue Union New Jersey. April at 7:30 o clock PM at which time and place all persons interested therein or affected thereby will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning this ordinance During the week prior to and up to the time for final passage copies of said ordinance will be available in the Municipal Clerk's office at no cost, in said Municipal Building, to the members of the general public who shall request a copy of same. This ordinance will also be posted outside the Municipal Clerk's office as required by law Eileen Birch Township Clerk AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAP- TER 160A "ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONSUMPTION IN RETAIL FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS" BY THE TOWN- SHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWN- SHIP OF, COUNTY OF, STATE OF NEW JERSEY. (This ordinance adds that enforcement can be done by the police department or the board of health) March U UNL ($20 58) SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriff's File Number CH Division: CHANCERY Docket Number F County: Union Plaintiff BROWN BARK. Ill L P VS Defendant LUCA REALTY, LLC AND KELVIN ROBINSON Sale Date: 04/04/2012 Writ of Execution: 01/05/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the. COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth N.J on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales CONCISE DESCRIPTION The property, to be sold is. located in Township of Hillside in the County of Union and Stale of New Jersey, commonly known as Summit Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey. Tax Lot No 2 in Block No 408 Dimensions of Lot: (Approximately) 40' x ' Nearest Cross Street Winans Avenue Additionally, the sum of $53, is the amount represented to Plaintiff, by the Tax Collectors Office for the Township of Hillside and/or Tax Certificate Holders, as being outstanding on account of taxes and/or other liens due and owing through February This sale is also subject to any and all other unpaid taxes, water. sewer, municipal liens or any other charges which maybe due and owing whether set forth herein or not. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE TO CON- DUCT AND RELY UPON THEIR OWN INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION TO ASCERTAIN WHETHER OR NOT ANY OUTSTANDING LIENS OR ENCUM- BRANCES REMAIN OF RECORD AND/OR HAVE PRIORITY OVER THE LIEN BEING FORECLOSED HEREBY AND, IF SO, TO ASCERTAIN THE CURRENT AMOUNT DUE THEREON. Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $487, Four Hundred Eighty-Seven Thousand Two Hundred Seventeen and 39/100*" Attorney DEMBO & SALDUTTI LLP 1300 ROUTE 73 SUITE 205 MOUNT LAUREL NJ (856) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $506, Five Hundred Six Thousand Sixteen and 47/100*" March 8, U UNL ($182.28) TOWNSHIP OF is hereby given that an ordinance the title of which is hereinbelow set forth, was finally passed and approved by the Township Committee of the Township of Union in the County of Union, at a public meeting held at the Municipal Building. Fnberger Park. Union. New Jersey, on March AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL TO CONTROL THE INTERSECTION OF AVENUE AND LIBERTY AVENUE U UNL March 29, 2012 ($9 80) BOARD OF EDUCATION Township of Union County of Union New Jersey Sealed proposals will be received by the Board ot Education of the Township of Union. County of Union New Jersey on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. in the office of the Secretary Administration Building Morns Avenue. Union. New Jersey for the following items Servicing & Maintenance of Board of Education School Buses & Other Vehicles #12-19 Instructions to Bidders. Proposal Form and Specifications may be examined at the office of the Secretary Administration Building Morns Avenue. Union New Jersey and each bidder thereof may obtain one copy For each bid totaling $ or more, a deposit payable to the "Union Township Board of Education' in the form of a certified or cashier's check or bid bond issued by a surety company licensed to do business in the State of New Jersey shall accompany each proposal The amount of the deposit shall be ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the bid. but in no case in excess of $20,000 No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for the opening thereof All bidders are required to submit along with their bid a copy of their current Business Registration Certificate, W-9 and Affirmative Action Certificate. The Board of Education reserves the right to reiect any or all bids, or to accept the bid. which in its judgment will be for the best interest of the Union Township Board of Education The Board also reserves the right to renew any award in accordance with New Jersey Public Contracts Law 18A.18A-42 Bidders are required to comply with the Affirmative Action requirements of PL 1975, C 127 and N JAC 17:27 and any other applicable Federal. State. County or Municipal laws, rules, regulations or codes BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. TOWNSHIP OF. COUNTY OF. NEW JERSEY James J Damato Board Secretary DATE DUE: April U UNL March 29, 2012 ($34.79) SHERIFFS SALE Sheriffs File Number CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F County Union Plaintiff ESB-MH HOLDINGS, LLC VS Defendant. NICHOLAS NURKETT. MRS. NICHOLAS NURKETT. HIS WIFE Sale Date 04/18/2012 Writ of Execution 02/08/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth, N J on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales. PROPERTY TO BE SOLD IS LOCATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF, COUNTY OF AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY. COMMONLY KNOWN AS 364 Sanford Avenue. Hillside Township, NJ TAX LOT # 8 IN BLOCK # 1217 DIMENSIONS (APPROX ) 40X100 NEAREST CROSS STREET Leland Place IMPORTANT INDICATE LIEN INFOR- MATION. IF ANY. TO BE ADVERTISED PURSUANT TO THE SUPREME COURT DECISION OF BANK V DENNIS THIEL (A ) DATE 2/29/12 BY KAREN B. OLSON THE SHERIFF RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THE SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLI- CATION. JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $189, One Hundred Eighty-Nine Thousand Six Hundred One and 39/100'" Attorney. KNUCKLES. KOMOSINSKI & EL 565 TAXTER ROAD SUITE 590 ELMSFORD NY (914) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $199,411 18"*One Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Four Hundred Eleven and 18/100"' March April U UNL ($121 52) KENILWORTH NOTICE TO HISTORIC RESTORATION GENERAL CONTRACTORS The Kenilworth Historical Society. Kenilworth. N J. seeks experienced Historic Restoration General Contractors who specialize in restoration of plaster, wood flooring and finish carpentry restoration, wood door restoration, and surface preparation and painting of historic plaster and wood finishes of historic buildings for the proposed Phase II Interior Restoration ana Rehabilitation of the Oswald Nitschke House located at 49 S 21st Street. Kenilworth. Union County. N.J This property is listed in the N J and National Registers of Historic Places All prospective bidders must demonstrate experience with projects of a similar nature that followed the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties This project is being funded by the Union County Historic Preservation Trust Fund and the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund: all contractors shall be required to comply with the requirements for projects funded with public monies All respondents will be notified in writing of the decision as to qualifications Only those determined to be pre-qualified Historic Restoration General Contractors will be invited to submit bids for the work To request a copy of the pre-qualification package contact Christine Yewaisis ext 105 Pre-quahfication packages are due Tues. April March 29, 2012 U UNL ($22.05) BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The Union Township Board of Education having found certain items of school equipment no longer necessary for school use offers them for public sale A public sale will take place at 11:00 a.m. on. April 10, 2012 at which time sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Board Secretary Administration Building 2369 Morris Avenue Union. NJ 0/083 The following items are offered "as is where is" without any representation as to quality or condition and without any warranties as to fitness or merchantability Please be advised these items may be In very poor condition and/or not functioning and have been used 1 IBM Wheelwriter Typewriter # Frigidaire Freezer # Frigidaire Freezer # Refrigerator # Westinghouse Refrigerator # Commercial Market Forge Double Stack Cast Iron Stove Minimum Bid $50 00 The property is offered "as is where is" without any representation as :o quality or condition and without any warranties as to fitness or merchantability Please be advised this equipment may be in very poor condition and has been used. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof The Board reserves the right to establish minimum prices and to reject any or all bids, OT to accept the bid. which in its judgment will be in the best interest of the Union Township Board of Education. By Order of the Union Township Board of Education. Township of Union. County of Union New Jersey March U UNL ($28 42) AENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That the undersigned has applied to the Hillside Zoning Board of Adjustment in the Township of Hillside to construct a mixed use building with the first floor consisting of sq ft. of retail space and the second floor consisting of 4,864 sq ft of residential space on property known as Bloy Street, and otherwise known as Block 808. Lots 29 & 30 The use proposed is not a permitted use in the zone At this time, applicant is seeking use variance approval for a mixed use building containing a commercial/retail component, and any and all other variances or waivers the Board deems necessary for approval of this application This application is listed on the Clerk s calendar, and a public hearing has been set for Wednesday April 11, 2012 at 7 00 p.m. in the courtroom of the Municipal Building. John F. Kennedy Plaza, Hillside. New Jersey, at which time you may appear either in person, by agent, or by attorney, and present any comments, questions, or objections which you may have to the granting of this application Copies of all documents related to this application are available for public inspection at least 10 days before the hearing in the Hillside Building Department Liberty Avenue, Hillside. New Jersey during normal business hours. This notice is sent to you by the Applicant by order of the Hillside Zoning Board of Adjustment Respectfully, GACCIONE POMACO. PC 524 Union Avenue Belleville, NJ (973) Attorneys for Applicant. GMP Realty. LLC U UNL March 29, 2012 ($25 97) NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that action will be taken on certain operations resolutions and any other matters which may come before the board at the Worksession Meeting of the Township of Union Board of Education scheduled on, April 10, 2012 at the James Caulfield Administration Building Morris Avenue, Union New Jersey The Board may go into non-public (executive) session for the reasons permitted under NJ S A Action will be taken. JAMES J DAMATO BOARD SECRETARY U UNL March ($10 78) SHERIFFS SALE Sheriff s File Number CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F County Union Plaintiff PROVIDENT FUNDING ASSOCIATION L P VS Defendant TOMASA URIZAR MORT- GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS AS NOMINEE FOR FIRST MAGNUS FINANCIAL CORPORATION. WEST GRAND CONDOMINIUM ASSO- CIATION Sale Date 04/18/2012 Writ of Execution 02/23/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA Elizabeth NJ on WEDNESDAY at two o clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% ot their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales The property to be sold is located in the ClTY of, County of and State of New Jersey Commonly known as W GRAND ST UNIT 3C BLDG 816 NJ Tax Lot No 2108 in Block No 10 also C-02B Dimension of Lot Approximately Condo Nearest Cioss Street BELLEVUE ST BEING KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS Unit No 3C In Building No. 816, in "W Grand Condominiums." together with an undivided percentage interest in and to the.uminon elements appurtenant thereto, i-i accordance with, and subject to the terms, conditions, provisions, covenants, restrictions, easements, and other matters contained in the Master Deed for said W Grand Condominiums, which Master Deed was dated 3/29/2007, and recorded on 4/10/2007 in the Clerk's Office of tho City of Elizabeth. County of Union, in Book 5843, Page 150, as tho same may hereafter be lawfully amended. THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION " PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES TAXES OPEN PLUS PENALTY (1ST QTR $ /2010 3RD PARTY TAX LIEN SOLD ON 06/06/2011 $ CERT NO TOTAL AS OF March 5, 2012: $12, Surplus Money If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules and slating the nature and extent of that person s claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $199,758.48'" One Hundred Ninety-Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty-Eight and 48/100"- Attorney FEIN, SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD PC 7 CENTURY OR SUITE 201 PARSIPPANY NJ (973) Sheriff Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $206,093 24"*Two Hundred Six Thousand Ninety-Three and 24/100*" March , April 5, U PRO ($199 92) RESOLUTION APPROVING A SHARED SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES WITH THE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD FOR 2012 WHEREAS, as a result of the closing and termination of animal control services by the Union County Society for the Prevention of Cruelly to Animals the Borough of Fanwood has requested to enter into a Shared Services Agreement with the City of Linden, and WHEREAS, il is in the best interests of the health, safety and welfare of the citizenry that the City of Linden provide such services and WHEREAS, the Borough of Fanwood has indicated its willingness to enter into said agreement and share such costs and services as aforesaid. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF that the Mayor and City Clerk be and hereby are directed and authorized to execute a Shared Services Agreement with the Borough of Fanwood wherein said services will be provided, and wherein it shall be reflected that the Borough of Fanwood will pay the City of Linden a charge of $ per month. in monthly installments, payable on or before the first day of each month to the Municipal Treasurer, commencing April and terminating December and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a duly executed copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the Clerk of the Borough of Fanwood. and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution be published and take effect pursuant to law March U PRO ($23.52) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A MAYOR'S SENIOR CITIZEN ADVISO- RY BOARD OF THE BOROUGH OF BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Roselle that the Code of the Borough of Roselle. as follows Section 1 Establishment. There is hereby created as an instru- Hity of the Borough of Roselle. within and under the Office of the Mayor a Mayor's Senior Citizen Advisory Board the purpose of which shall be to undertake and promote activities and programs of benefit to senior citizens of the Borough of Roselle Section 2 Membership. The Board membership shall consist of no more than ten (10) members, each ot whom shall be senior citizens Members shall be appointed by the Mayor and shall so serve until the CMiurition of 'he term fixed for members by the Board's by laws Section 3 Bylaws, The Board shall adopt and maintain by laws designed to effectively enhance and regulate its operation and conduct The bylaws and any.mtenis thereto, to be effective, must be passed by a two-thirds (2/3) majority ol the lull membership of the Board Section 4 Utilization of Borough's Assets. The Be loard shall be permitted, subject to rules and regulations to be imposed by the Mayor and Council, to utilize Borough real and personal property to carry out its functions and responsibilities Section 5 If any portion or part of this ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstances shall, for any reason, be adjudged by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such ludgment shall not affect. impair or invalidate the remainder of the ordinance which is hereby declared to be severable Section 6 All ordinances or part of ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance be and the same are hereby repealed Section 7 This Ordinance shall take effect at the time and in the manner provided at law is hereby given thai the foregoing proposed Ordinance was inii'uluced and read by title for the first lime at a special meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of Roselle held on March and this Ordinance will be considered for final passage at a special meeting of the Borough Council to be held April at 6 15 P M, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be reached, at Borough Hall Council Chambers. 210 Chestnut St, Roselle, NJ, al which time and place all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heaid concerning same March U PRO ($43 61) Rhona C Bluestein. MBA R M C, CM C Municipal Clerk OF ADOPTION BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE LEASING OF CERTAIN PROPERTY KNOWN AS SUITES #103 AND #104 LOCATED AT CHESTNUT STREET,. NEW JERSEY BY THE BOROUGH AND APPROPRIAT- ING SUMS REQUIRED THEREFOR NOTICE is hereby given that Ordinance Number was passed and adopted on second and final reading at a regular meeting of the Mayor and Council on March after 7 00 P M, 210 Chestnut St, Roselle. NJ Rhona C Bluestein. M B A. R M C, CMC Municipal Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($12 74) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

54 PAGE 54 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER VII, TRAF- FIC, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LIN- DEN. 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEMBER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED Amend Chapter VII. Traffic, as fol > HANDICAPPED PARKING REGU- LATIONS A Handicapped Parking On- Street Name of Street No. of Spicai ADD: White Rock Baptist Church 1 (1101 Chandler Avenue. on the Union Street Side) 817 Essex Avenue 1 The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 301 Notlh Wood Avenue, Linden NJ PASSED March APPROVED March JAMES MOORE COUNCIt! PRESIDENT RICHARD J GERBOUNKA ATTEST JOSEPH _CBODEK CITY CLERK March 29, 2012 U PRO ($28 42) The bond ordinance, the summary terms of which are included herein. was introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the governing body of the City of Linden, in the County of Union. State of New Jersey, on March 20, It will be further considered for final passage, after ubllc hearing thereon, at a meeting of I he governing hody to be held at the Municipal Building. 301 N Wood Avenue, in the City of Linden, on April at 7:00 o'clock PM During the week prior to and up to and including the date of such meeting copies of the full ordinance will be available at no cost and during regular business hours, at the Clerk's office for the members of the general public who shall request the same The summary of the terms of such bond ordinance follows: Ordinance Number # BOND ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RESURFACING OF DEWITT TER- RACE AND SOUTH WOOD AVENUE IN AND FOR THE CITY OF, IN THE COUNTY OF, NEW JER- SEY, APPROPRIATING $495,000 THEREFORE AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $285,000 BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF. Purpose(s) Resurfacing of DeWitt Terrace from Swarthmore Road to Livingston Road and South Wood Avenue from 13th Street to 16th Street Appropriation, $495,000 Bonds/Notes Authorized $285,000 Grants (if any) Appropriated $195,000 expected to be received as a grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation Section 20 Costs: $49,500 Useful Life: 10 years Joseph C Bodek. City Clerk This Notice is published pursuant to N J S A 40A 2-17 March U PRO ($30 38) SHERIFFS SALE SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Sheriffs File Number CH Sheriffs File Number CH BOROUGH OF Division: CHANCERY Division CHANCERY ORDINANCE NUMBER Docket Number F B Docket Number F524808B County. Union County Union AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAP- Plaintiff WELLS FARGO BANK. N A Plaintiff COUNTRYWIDE HOME TER 113, SECTION OF THE AS TRUSTEE FOR ABFC 2006-OPT2 LOANS. INC CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF TRUST ABFC ASSET-BACKED CER- VS ENTITLED "PARKED CAR TIFICATES. SERIES 2006-OPT2 Defendant MANUEL COURAS ADVERTISING PROHIBITED" VS Sale Date 04/11/2012 Defendant JOSE VIDAL. COUNTY OF Writ of Execution: 01/29/2012 BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and PASSAIC, STATE OF NEW JERSEY By virtue of the above-stated writ of Council of the Borough of Roselle that Sale Date: 04/04/2012 execution to me directed I shall the Code of the Borough of Roselle. Writ of Execution 02/03/2012 expose for sale by public venue, at the Chapter 113 is hereby amended as By virtue of the above-stated writ of COUNTY ADMINISTRATION follows: execution to me directed I shall BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZAexpose for sale by public venue, at the BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth N J Section 1 Delete: Section COUNTY ADMINISTRATION on WEDNESDAY at two o'clock in the PARKED CAR ADVERTISING PROHIB- BUILDING 1ST FLOOR 10 ELIZA- afternoon of said day All successful ITED BETHTOWN PLAZA Elizabeth. N J. bidders must have 20% of their bid Section 2. Insert Section on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the available in cash or certified check at PARKED CAR ADVERTISING afternoon of said day All successful the conclusion of the sales RESTRICTIONS bidders must have 20% of their bid The property to be sold is located in No person business, or commercial available in cash or certified check at the CITY of, County of entity shall park any motor vehicle on the conclusion of the sales and State of New Jersey the public streets or highways of the The property to be sold is located in Commonly known as 118 E 19TH ST. Borough for the purpose of advertising the CITY of. County of. NJ or exhibiting the vehicle or other items and State of New Jersey Tax Lot No 17 in Block No 524 for sale Notwithstanding the forgoing Commonly known as: 519 FULTON Dimension of Lot Approximately nothing herein shall prohibit a person, STREET NJ x100 business, or commercial entity from Tax Lot No 514 in Block No 3 Nearest Cross Street Clinton Street displaying a business or trade name Dimension of Lot Approximately BEGINNING at a point on the Southeasterly line of East Nineteenth or highways of the Borough, nor pro- on a vehicle park on the public streets 25x100 Nearest Cross Street: 5th Street Street distant northeasterly hibit a person who is not regularly BEGINNING at a point on the northeasterly sideline of Fulton Street intersection of the Southeasterly used or new vehicles, from advertising feet from the point formed by the engaged in the business of the sale of (50.00 foot right-of-way), (aid point sideline of East Nineteenth Street a motor vehicle owned and titled to being distant feet northwesterly from the intersection of the Clinton Street and running; thence. parking said motor vehicle on the pub- with the Northeasterly sideline of such person as for sale by owner from northeasterly sideline of Fulton THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES lic streets or highways of the Borough. Street and the northwesterly sideline of Fifth Street (60.00 foot right- WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE this ordinance or the application there- THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE Section 3. ft any portion or part of of-way), from said beginning point; THROUGH PUBLICATION/ of to any person or circumstances thence. PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES shall for any reason, be adjudged by a THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES NAME OF SECURED CURRENT court of competent jurisdiction to be THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE invalid, such udgment shall not affect, WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TOTAL AS OF February :$ 00 impair or invalidate the remainder of THROUGH PUBLICATION " Surplus Money If after the sale and the ordinance which is hereby PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES satisfaction of the mortgage debt declared to be severable Water to 2/2/12 OPEN $40192 including costs and expenses, there Section 4. All ordinances or part of TOTAL AS OF February : remains any surplus money, the money ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance be and the $ will be deposited into the Superior Surplus Money If after the sale and Court Trust Fund and any person same are hereby repealed satisfaction of the mortgage debt, claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court effect at the time and in the manner Section 5. This Ordinance shall take including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money Rules and stating the provided at law will be deposited into the Superior nature and extent of that person's is hereby given that Court Trust Fund and any person claim and asking for an order directing the foregoing proposed Ordinance was claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant lo Court Sheriff or other person conducting the first time at a regular meeting of the payment of the surplus money. The introduced and read by title for the Rules and stating the sale will have information regarding Borough Council of the Borough of nature and extent of that person's trie surplus, if any Roselle held on March and claim and asking for an order directing JUDGMENT AMOUNT; $279,246.31'" this Ordinance will be considered for payment of the surplus money The Two Hundred Seventy-Nine Thousand Two Hundred Forty-Six and the Borough Council IO be held April final passage at a regular meeting of Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding 31/100"' 18, 2012, at 7 00 P M or as soon the surplus, if any Attorney thereafter as the matter may be JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $ *" FEIN, SUCH, KAHN & SHEPARD. PC reached, at Borough Hall. Council Four Hundred Sixty-One Thousand 7 CENTURY DR Chambers. 210 Chestnut St.. Roselle. Three Hundred Seventy-Four and SUITE 201 NJ. at which time and place all persons interested will be given an oppor- 96/100*" PARSIPPANY NJ Attorney (973) tunity to be heard concerning same FEIN. SUCH. KAHN & SHF.PARD PC Sheriff Ralph Froehlich 7 CENTURY DR A full legal description can be found at Rhona C Bluestein. SUITE 201 the Union County Sheriff's Ofdce M B A. R M C. CMC PARSIPPANY, NJ Total Upset $331,471 91'" Municipal Clerk (973) Three Hundred Thirty-One Thousand March Z9, 2012 Sheriff Ralph Froehhch Four Hundred Seventy-One and U PRO ($39.20) A full legal description can be found at 91/100"' the Union County Sheriff's Office March , April Total Upset $542.47,' 12"* U PRO ($162 68) Five Hundred Forty-Two Thousand SHERIFF'S SALE Four Hundred Seventy-Two and Sheriff's File Number CH /100*" Division CHANCERY March , 29, 2012 I INIli N Docket Number F U PRO ($172 48) County Union Plaintiff: THE PROVIDENT BANK VS Defendant JAMES SMITH AND CON- NOTICE OF PENDING BOND STANCE SMITH ORDINANCE AND SUMMARY Sale Date 04/11/2012 Writ of Execution: 02/29/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of CITY OF execution to me directed I shall PASSED ORDINANCE expose for sale by public venue, at the NO COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth. NJ., on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales CONCISE DESCRIPTION Municipality Borough of Roselle Street Address 312 Floral Street. Roselle. NJ Tax Lot: 11 Tax Block 6203 Approximate dimensions 60' x ' Neaiest cross street Third Avenue If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules and stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any "THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION " JUDGMENT AMOUNT; $268, Two Hundred Sixty-Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-One and 97/100'" Attorney PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN. LLC HORIZON WAY SUITE 900 MT LAUREL NJ (856) Sheriff Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $281, Two Hundred Eighty-One Thousand Five Hundred One and 43/100*" March 15, , April U PRO ($13128) SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriff's File Number: CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F County Union Plaintiff NEW JERSEY HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY VS Defendant ELIO MARTINEZ; MRS MARTINEZ. WIFE OF ELIO A MAR- TINEZ; RAMONA MANCEBO: MR MANCEBO. HUSBAND OF RAMONA MANCEBO: NEW CENTURY FINAN- CIAL SERVICES Sale Date 04/18/2012 Writ of Execution: 03/05/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth. N.J. on WEDNESDAY, at two o clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales ""JC'gE SIAJEMENTOF DESCF QN OF REAI. PROPERTY MUNICIPALITY Linden ISSI COUNTY STATE OF N J STREET & STREET NO: 1731 Dill Avenue TAX BLOCK AND LOT BLOCK 28 LOT: 12 DIMENSIONS OF LOT 100x62 12' NEAREST CROSS STREET: ' from Bernard Avenue SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any). NONE The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication. Surplus Money; If alter the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules and stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $258,230.54*" Two Hundred Fifty-Eight Thousand Two Hundred Thirty and 54/100"* Attorney POWERS KIRN - COUNSELORS 728 MARNE HWY P.O. BOX 848 SUITE 200 MOORESTOWN NJ (856) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset: $264,027 82"*Two Hundred Sixty-Four Thousand Twenty- Seven and 82/100"* March , April U PRO ($152 88) SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriff's File Number CH Division: CHANCERY Docket Number: F County. Union Plaintiff: GREEN TREE SERVICING. LLC VS Defendant TERESITA PINEDA Sale Date: 04/11/2012 Writ of Execution 02/29/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR, 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA, Elizabeth, N.J.. on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales CONCISE DESCRIPTION Municipality City of Elizabeth Street Address: 27 Sayre Street. Elizabeth, NJ Tax Lot 1384 Tax Block: 11 Approximate dimensions: 30' x x 25.72' x 125' Nearest cross street: Morris Avenue If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. "THE SHERITF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION " JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $151, One Hundred Fifty-One Thousand Four Hundred Five and 77/100"* Attorney PLUESE, BECKER & SALTZMAN, LLC HORIZON WAY SUITE 900 MT LAUREL NJ (856) Sheriff: Ralph Froehhch A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset: $156, One Hundred Fifty-Six Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-One and 21/100*" March April 5, 2012 U PRO ($133 28) SHERIFF S SALE Sheriff's File Number CH Division: CHANCERY Docket Number: F County: Union Plaintiff COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. A CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY VS Defendant FRANCISCO RODRIGUES REBECA RODRIGUES F/L/A REBECA MENENDEZ: NELSON C MONTEIRO ESQ CLOVE LAKES DEVELOPMENT OF NEW JERSEY LLC, A NEW JERSEY LIMITED LIA- BILITY COMPANY: CONTINENTAL TRADING & HARDWARE. INC. AND LARRY SCHWARTZ Sale Date: 04/04/2012 Writ of Execution. 09/23/2010 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth. NJ on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales. The Property being sold is located in the City of Elizabeth. County of Union and State of New Jersey. The premises are commonly known as Grove Street. Elizabeth, New Jersey Tax Lot No. 508.E Tax Block No. 6 Dimensions of Lot; Approximately 42 by 150 feet Number of feet to nearest cross street: Located on the Northeasterly side of Grove Street, distant 42 feet Southeasterly from its intersection with the Southeasterly side of Boxwood Court The above advertisement does not constitute a full legal description of the real estate The full legal description may be found at the Office of the Sheriff during regular business hours The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $206, Two Hundred Six Thousand Five Hundred Forty-Eight and 18/100"* Attorney: FENSTEMAKER & FENSTEMAKER - ATTYS 1322 NORTH AVENUE, NJ (908) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset $244, Two Hundred Forty-Four Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-Eight and 34/100'" March U PRO ($143.08) SHERIFF S SALE Sheriff's File Number: CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number. F County: Union Plaintiff: GREEN TREES SERVICING. LLC VS Defendant JOSEPH W PILKINGTON. Ill A/KA JOSEPH PILKINGTON; CITIBANK SOUTH DAKOTA NA: UNIT- ED STATES OF AMERICA Sale Date: 04/11/2012 Writ of Execution: 02/29/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth. N.J., on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales. CONCISE DESCRIPTION Municipality Borough of Roselle Street Address: 119 East Third Avenue. Roselle, NJ Tax Lot: 30 Tax Block: 3101 f/k/a 3.01 Approximate dimensions: 200' x 50' Nearest cross street: Chestnut Street If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any. "THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION- JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $177, One Hundred Seventy-Seven Thousand Three Hundred Forty-Two and 32/100'" Attorney: PLUESE. BECKER & SALTZMAN. LLC HORIZON WAY SUITE 900 MT. LAUREL NJ (856) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset: $182, One Hundred Eighty-Two Thousand Seven Hundred Nineteen and 58/100"* March Ajjril 5, 2012 U PRO ($139 16) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

55 , Ml l i l t V U y \J I L I I I U L I I U l l Q U I fl COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 55 SHERIFF S SALE Sheriff's File Number CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F18209 County: Union Plaintiff NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANK SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH SYNERGY BANK VS Defendant GLICK REALTY CORP DUANE POTTS OCCUPANT ONE ADDIE BROWN. OCCUPANT TWO FRED WASHINGTON. OCCUPANT THREE. O GILLIAN OCCUPANT FOUR: TIRONDA LANIER. OCCUPANT FIVE: NEWELL FUNDING LLC Sale Date: 04/04/2012 Writ of Execution: 10/22/2010 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth. N J. on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales. Property to be sold is located in the City of in the County of and the State of New Jersey Commonly known as: EAST GRAND STREET. NJ Tax Lot No 483, in Block No 8 Dimension of Lot (Approximately) 49 feet wide by 90 feet long. Nearest Cross Street REID STREET THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION. JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $170, One Hundred Seventy Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty and 10/100*" Attorney FRANK J. MARTONE. P.C BROAD ST BLOOMFIELD. NJ (973) Sheriff Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset: $209,742,532*" Two Hundred Nine Thousand Hundred Forty-Two and 53/100"* March , U PRO ($119.56) Seven NOTICE OF PENDING BOND ORDINANCE AND SUMMARY The bond ordinance, the summary terms of which are included herein, was introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the governing body of the City of Linden, in the County of Union, State of New Jersey, on March It will be further considered tor final passage, after public hearing thereon, at a meeting of the governing body to be held at the Municipal Building. 301 N Wood Avenue, in the City of Linden, on April ? 12 aj 7:00 o'clock PM. During Ordinance Number: # BOND ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE RESURFACING OF VARIOUS STREETS IN AND FOR THE CITY OF, IN THE COUNTY OF, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $440,000 THEREFORE AND AUTHO- RIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $418,000 BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF. Purpose(s): Resurfacing various streets as set forth in the Office of the Clerk. Appropriation: $440,000 *44u.uuu gonds/nqtes Authorized: $418,000 Grants (if any I Aopropriat ippropnated: N/A Section 20 Costs $ Useful Life: 10 years Joseph C. Bodek. City Clerk This Notice is published pursuant to NJ S A 40A:2-17 March U PRO ($27 44) OF ADOPTION BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER the week sk prior to and up to and including the date of such meeting copies of the full ordinance will be available at no cost and during regular business hours, at the Clerk's office for the members of the general public who shall request the same. The summary of the terms of such bond ordinance follows: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDI- NANCE AS AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO A PROCE- DURE FOR PAYMENT FOR POLICE OFFICERS FOR OFF DUTY EMPLOY- MENT NOTICE is hereby given that Ordinance Number was passed and adopted on second and final reading at a regular meeting of the Mayor and Council on March 21, 2012, after 7:00 P.M., 210 Chestnut St.. Roselle. NJ. Rhona C. Bluestein. MBA, R M.C, CM C Municipal Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($12.25) SHERIFF S SALE Sheriffs File Number CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F County Union Plaintiff BCP HOLDINGS (USA). INC VS Defendant ARMANDO A DA SILVA AND ANA DA SILVA Sale Date 04/18/2012 Writ of Execution 12/05/2011 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA Elizabeth, N J. on WEDNESDAY at two o clock in the #56-19 afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES The property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, in the County of Union and State of New Jersey. Commonly known as South Broad Street. Elizabeth New Jersey Tax Lot No 1390 in Block No 4 Dimension of Lot: 50' X 95' Nearest Cross Street 50 feet north of the intersection of South Broad Street and Summer Street tyote The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice through publication JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $586,009.69*" Five Hundred Eighty-Six Nine and 69/100"^ Attorney: NEWMAN & SIMPSON. LLP THE ARMOUR BUILDING 32 MERCER ST HACKENSACK NJ (201) Thousand Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriffs Office Total Upset: $615,621 00*"Six Hundred Fifteen Thousand Six Hundred Twenty-One and 00/100"* March April U PRO ($109 76) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union. State of New Jersey on March 20, and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April 17, 2012 at 7 00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk #56-23 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER VII, TRAF- FIC, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LIN- DEN, 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEMBER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED Amend Chapter VII, Traffic. Section Four- Way Stop Intersections, as follows: FOUR WAY STOP INTERSEC- TIONS Intersections ADD: E. Henry Street and Washington Avenue op Sians located to on: E Henry Street and Washington Avenue Washington Avenue and E. Henry Street The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk s Office. City Hall. 301 North Wood Avenue, Linden NJ March 29, 2012 U PRO ($26 95) CITY OF. NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF A CONTRACT AWARD The City of Linden. New Jersey had awardea an amendatory contract without Competitive bidding as a Professional Service, pursuant to N J S A 40A:11-1 et seq. This contract and the resolution authorizing it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Municipal Clerk. AWARDED National Watermain Cleaning Co. 875 Summer Avenue Newark, NJ SERVICE: For the cleaning and television inspection of sanitary sewers in the City of Linden. TIME PERIOD: For the year 2012 COST: At an additional amount not to exceed $1, DATED: Marc 1! 21, 2012 Joseph C Bodek City Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($17 64) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union, State of New Jersey on March and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April 17, 2012 at 7 00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER VII. TRAF- FIC, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LIN- DEN " PASSED NOVEMBER AND APPROVED NOVEM- BER AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED Amend Chapter VII, Traffic, a* follows: Chapter VII, Traffic 7-33 Handicapped Parking Regulations A Handicapped Parking On- Street Name of Street No of Spaces ADD 146 Cedar Avenue 1 (on Woodlawn Avenue) 2202 E Edgar Road 1 (On McGillvray Place for 2126 E Edgar Road) The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk s Office. City Hall. 301 North Wood Avenue. Linden NJ March U PRO ($26 46) CITY OF PASSED ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER II, ADMINIS- TRATION, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTI- TLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GEN- ERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF, 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEM- BER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED. Amend Chapter II. Administration. Article IV. Department Established, Section 2-27 Department of Public Property, as follows: ADD NEW: Section 2-27 Department of Public Property ADD NEW: Section Requirement for Criminal History Background Checks for Employees and Volunteers involved in Recreational Programs The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerks Office. City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue, Linden NJ PASSED March APPROVED March JAMES MOORE COUNCil_ P R E SIDENT RICHARD J. GERBOUNKA ATTEST JQSEPHC. BODEK CllY CLERK March 29, 2012 U PRO ($25,48) CITY OF. NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF A CONTRACT AWARD The City of Linden. New Jersey had awarded an amendatory contract without Competitive bidding as a Professional Service, pursuant to N J S A 40A 11-1 et seq This contract and the resolution authorizing it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Municipal Clerk TIME PERIOD: For the year 2012 COST At an additional amount nol to exceed $12, DATED: March Joseph C Bodek City Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($19 11) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union State of New Jersey on March and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April at 7 00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk #56-17 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER VII, TRAF- FIC, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LIN- DEN, 1999." PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEM- BER AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED Amend Chapter VII. Traffic. Section Parking Prohibited at All Times on Certain Streets, as follows 7-10 PARKING PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES ON CERTAIN STREETS Name of Street Stiles Street Side Both Location From va'alley Road to Cranford City Line The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk s Office. City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue. Linden NJ March U PRO ($24 99) CITY OF PASSED ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER V, ANIMAL CONTROL. FEES, SEEING EYE AND GUIDE DOGS EXEMPTED, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDI- NANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDI- NANCES OF THE CITY OF. 1999" PASSED NOVEMBER AND APPROVED NOVEMBER 24, 1999, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLE- MENTED. Amend Chapter V, Section 5-1 7a Fees, as follows. DELETE: 5 1 7a Fees, Seeing Eye and Guide Dog Exempted in its Entirety ADD NEW: Section 5-1 7a Fees. See ing Eye and Guide Dogs Exempted The complete ordinance is on tile in the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue, Linden NJ PASSED March 20, 2012 APPROVED March 21, 2012 JAMES MOORE COUNCIL PRESIDENT ATTEST D J. GERBOUNKA March 29, 2012 U PRO ($24 50) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A SHARED SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWNSHIP OF WINFIELD FOR THE REPAIR OF EQUIPMENT WHEREAS, the Township of Winfield Fire Department is in need of servicing and repairing of all rolling stock, including fire equipment, police equipment, and senior citizen van, and WHEREAS, the City of Linden. Department of Public Property & Community Services. Division of Municipal Garage, is willing and able to perform said servicing and repairs, and WHEREAS it is in the City's best interest to enter into a Shared Services Agreement with the Township of Winfield as aforesaid,, for a period of one year, commencing i March M h AWARDED: CME Associates d eiting March , and 3759 Highway South. WHEREAS, The e City Cty oi Linden will Suite 100 charge the Township T h of f Winfield Wifild ththe Monmouth Junction. NJ fee of $80 00 per hour for labor, plus the cost of parts. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT SERVICE Retaining services of anresolved BY THE CITY COUNCIL engineer for services related to OF THE CITY OF as follows ireparmg a request for proposals for fhe Landfill Renewable Energy Sources 1. The Mayor and City Clerk be and hereby are directed and authorized to execute a Shared Services Agreement with the Township of Winfield for the purpose of the servicing and repairing of equipment 2 The Township of Winfield agrees to pay the City of Linden the rate of $80 00 per hour for labor, plus the cost of parts 3 This Resolution be published and take effect pursuant to law March U PRO ($22 05) OF ADOPTION BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER BOND ORDINANCE STATEMENTS AND SUMMARIES The bond ordinance, the summary terms of which are included herein, has been finally adopted by the Borough of Roselle. in the County of Union. State of New Jersey on September and the 20 day period of limitation within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the validity of such ordinance can be commenced. as provided in the Local Bond Law. has begun to run from the date of the first publication of this statement Copies of the full ordinance are available at no cost and during regular business hours, at the Clerk's office for members of the general public who request the same Trie summary of the terms of such bond ordinance follows: Title Bond Ordinance Providing For Sanitary Sewer System Improvements To The Trunk Line And Appropriating $2,900,000 Therefor And Authorizing The Issuance Of $ Bonds Or Notes To Finance Part Of The Cost Thereof. Authorized In And By The Borough Of Roselle. In The County Of Union. New Jersey Purpose(s) Sanitary sewer system improvements to the sanitary sewer trunk line Appropriation $2,900,000 Bonds/Notes Authorized $2,900,000 Grants (if any) Appropriated None Section 20 Costs $600,000 Useful Life 40 years Rhona C Bluestein, RMC/CMC. Municipal Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($24 50) CITY OF PASSED ORDINANCE NO ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF, 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEMBER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND MENTED AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER IV, GENER- AL LICENSING, OF AN ORDINANCE SUPPLE- Amend Chapter IV, General Licensing. Section 4 34 Police Alarm Systems, as follows DELETE: 4-34 POLICE ALARM SYS- TEMS IN ITS ENTIRETY ADD: 4-34 RESERVED The complete ordinance is on file in the Cily Clerk s Office, City Hair 301 North Wood Avenue. Linden NJ PASSED March APPROVED March 21, 2012 JAMES MOORE COUNCIL PRESIDENT RICHARD J. GERBOUNKA Al TEST: March 29, 2012 U PRO ($24 01) CITY OF, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF A CONTRACT AWARD The City of Linden, New Jersey has awardea a contract without competitive bidding as a Professional Service, pursuant to N J S A 40A 11-1 et seq The contract was awarded pursuant to a "non-fair and Open Process" as per N.J.SA 19 44A-20 4 et seq This contract and the resolution authorizing it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Municipal Clerk AWARDED Granata & Zaccardi 210 Main Street PO Box 389 Matawan, NJ SERVICE. To serve as Special Counsel to represent a City of Ld C cilman in a court matter TIME PERIOD The term of said contract shall be until the conclusion of the work to be performed, or until said amount has been exhausted, whichever occurs earlier COST At a fee not to exceed $3, billed at an hourly rale of $ DATED March 21, 2012 Joseph C Bodek City Clerk March 29, 2012 U PRO ($21 07) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

56 PAGE 56 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE CITY OF PASSED ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER XIX, PARKS, PONDS AND RECREATION- AL AREAS OF AN ORDINANCE ENTI- TLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GEN- ERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF, 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEM- BER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED. Amend Chapter XIX. Parks, Ponds and Recreational Areas, as follows Section , Prohibited Conduct in Public Parks. Playgrounds, and Recreational Facilities The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerks Office. City Hall, 301 North wood Avenue. Linden NJ PASSED: March APPROVED March JAMESMQQRE COUNCIL PRESIDENT RICHARD J GERBOUNKA MAYOR ATTEST: March U PRO ($23 52) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union. State of New Jersey on March 20, and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April 17, 2012 at 7 00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk #56-16 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER V, ANIMAL CONTROL, OF AN ORDINANCE ENTI- TLED. "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GEN- ERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF, 1999," PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999 AND APPROVED NOVEM- BER 24, 1999, AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED Amend Chapter V. Animal Control, Dogs Running at Large, as follows DELETE: Section 5-19 ADD: 5-1 9(a) ADD: 5-1 9(b) The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue. Linden NJ March U PRO ($21 07) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union, Stale of New Jersey on March 20, 2012, and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April 17, 2012 at 7 00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk #56-18 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER X, BUILD- ING AND HOUSING, OF AN ORDI- NANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF, 1999", PASSED NOVEMBER 23, 1999, AND APPROVED NOVEMBER , AND AS AMENDED AND SUPPLE MENTED. The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk's Office. City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue. Linden NJ March U PRO ($18 62) CITY OF. NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF A CONTRACT AWARD The City of Linden, New Jersey had awarded an amendatory contract without Competitive bidding as a Professional Service, pursuant to N J S A 40A 11-1 et seq This contract and the resolution authorizing it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Municipal Clerk. AWARDED S Brothers, Inc 16 Sobenchko Road Manalapan, NJ SERVICE: For the resurfacing of E Henry Street. Middlesex Street and Mopsick Avenue in the City of Linden TIME PERIOD: For the year 2012 COST: At an additional amount not to exceed $5, DATED March 21, 2012 Joseph C Bodek City Clerk March U PRO ($17.15) CITY OF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED AND PASSED ON FIRST READING BY THE Council of the City of Linden in the County of Union. State of New Jersey on March 20, 2012, and will be presented for further consideration and hearing to be held on April 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm prevailing time, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached Joseph C Bodek City Clerk #56-22 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED, "AN ORDI- NANCE ESTABLISHING A SCHEDULE OF TITLES. SALARY RANGES AND REGULATIONS FOR MAINTAINING THE CLASSIFICATION AND SALARY STANDARDIZATION PLAN OF ALL EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF LIN- DEN," PASSED AUGUST 15, 1995 AND APPROVED AUGUST 16, 1995 The complete ordinance is on file in the City Clerk's Office, City Hall, 301 North Wood Avenue, Linden NJ March U PRO ($18 13) CITY OF. NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF A CONTRACT AWARD The City of Linden, New Jersey had awarded an amendatory contract without Competitive bidding as a Profes sional Service, pursuant to N J S A 40A 11-1 et seq This contract and the resolution authorizing it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Municipal Clerk. AWARDED: Birdsall Services G.oup 65 Jackson Avenue PO Box 5000 Cranford, NJ 07016,l KVICI KotHiimig Ihe.. r v 11. ::; nt.i consultant for Ihe Testing and Removal of an Underground Storage Tank at the John Street Multipurpose Center TIME PERIOD: For the year 2012 COST At an additional amount not to exceed $29, DATED: March 21, 2012 Joseph C Bodek City Clerk March U PRO ($18 62) OF ADOPTION BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER YT AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A MAYORAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE FIRST WORK- FORCE INITIATIVE OF THE BOR- OUGH OF NOTICE is hereby given that Ordinance Number was passed.in.i idopttd mi MT,>nci,iiui final mad ing at a special meeting of the Mayor and Council on March , after 7 00 PM, 210 Chestnut St., Roselle, NJ Rhona C Bluestein, M.B.A., R.M.C., C.M.C Municipal Clerk March U PRO ($11.76) SHERIFF'S SALE Sheriffs File Number CH Division CHANCERY Docket Number F County Union Plaintiff CROWN BANK F/K/A CROWN BANK, N A VS Defendant 511 AVENUE. LLC. A NEW JERSEY LIMITED LIABIL ITY COMPANY; AVENUE. LLC; A NEW JERSEY LIMIT- ED LIABILITY COMPANY MARIA O ALVAREZ Sale Date 04/11/2012 Writ of Execution 02/29/2012 By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public venue, at the COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1ST FLOOR. 10 ELIZA- BETHTOWN PLAZA. Elizabeth, N J on WEDNESDAY, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales LEGAL DESCRIPTION All that certain land and premises situated in the City of Elizabeth. County of Union, State of New Jersey being more particularly described as follows on the Tax Map of the City of Elizabeth Nearest Cross Street: 5th Street Approximate Dimensions: Condominiums Pursuant to a municipal tax search dated January 15, 2012, Lot: 373 C-202; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $4, paid in full, ayments may have been made by ax Sale Certificate Holder? st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien. Cert No sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $12, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave.. Apartment #202. Elizabeth. NJ Lot: 373 C-203; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full, ayments may have been made by? ax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in PUBLICNOTICE the amount of $14, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #203, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-205: Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $4, paid in full, ayrnents may have been made by? ax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $12, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #205, CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 2012 Municipal Budget of the Township of Clark, County of Union for the fiscal year 2012 Re venue and Appropriation Summaries Summary of Revenues 1. Surplus 2. Total Miscellaneous Revenues 3. Receipts from Delinquent Taxes 4. a) Local Tax for Municipal Purposes b) Addition to Local District School Tax Total Amount to be Raised by Taxes for Support of Municipal Budget Total General Revenues Summary of Appropriations 1. Operating Expenses: Salaries & Wages Other Expenses 2. Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations 3. Capital Improvements 4. Debt Service 5 Reserve for Uncollected Taxes Total General Appropriations Total Number of Employees - Full Time Summary of Revenues 1. Surplus 2 Miscellaneous Revenues 3 Deficit (General Budget) Total Revenues 2012 Dedicated Sewer Utility Budget 1,400, ,472, , ,917, ,190, Budget 7,297, ,868, , ,073, ,190, ,312, ,312, Anticipated ,300, , , ,767, ,048, Final 2011 Budget 7,213, ,888, , ,996, ,048, Anticipated , ,100, ,000, Summary of Appropriations_ 2012 Budget Final 2011 Budget 1. Operating Expenses: Salaries & Wages Other Expenses 2. Capital Improvements 3 Debt Service 4 Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations 5 Surplus (General Budget) Total General Appropriations Total Number of Employees - Full Time Summary of Revenues 1 Surplus 2. Miscellaneous Revenues 3 Deficit (General Budget) Total Revenues 2012 Dedicated Swim Pool Budget 244, ,042, , ,312, , , , Anticipated 240, ,734, , ,000, , , , Summary of Appropriations 2012 Budget Final 2011 Budget 1. Operating Expenses: Salaries & Wages Other Expenses 2 Capital Improvements 3 Debt Service 4. Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations 5 Surplus (General Budget) Total General Appropriations Total Number of Employees - Part Time Balance of Outstanding Debt_ General Interest 1,724,086 Principal 9, Outstanding Balance 11, , , , , , , , , , , Notice is hereby given that the budget and tax resolution was approved by the Governing Body of the Township of Clark, County of Union on March 5, A hearing on the budget and tax resolution will be held at the Council Chambers. 315 Westfield Ave, on April 16, 2012 at 7:30 o'clock (P.M.) at which time and place objections to the Budget and Tax Resolution for the year 2012 may be presented by taxpayers or other interested persons. Copies of the budget are available on the Townships website (www ourclark.com) or in the office of the Township Clerk at Town Hall, 430 Westfield Avenue, Clark. New Jersey. (732) during the hours of 8 30A.M. to 4:00P.M. U EAG March ($1,008 00).

57 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 57 PUBLIcNOTICE Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-206: Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid full, payments may have been made Tax Sale Certificate Holder by st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No sold on 6/6/2011 to AMC0 in the amount of $14, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave.. Apartment #206. Elizabeth. NJ Lot: 373 C-207; Block 5 Subject to: 2010 taxes $2, open penalty 2011 taxes $4, open penalty st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST PRO CAPITAL I, LLC in the amount of $4, Subject to Tax Sale. Subject to Additional Fees Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave.. Apartment #207, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-208; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $4, paid in full, ayments may have been made by fax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $14, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #208, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 3,73 C-209; Block 5 Subje'ct to: 2011 taxes $4, paid in full, payments may have been made by Tax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $17, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #209, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-210; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $4, paid in full, payments may have been made by Tax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/7/2010 to ROYAL TAX LIEN SERVICES, LLC in the amount of $15, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #210, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-303; Block 5 Subject to: 2010 taxes $2, open + penalty 2011 taxes $5, open + penalty st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST PRO CAPITAL I, LLC in the amount of $2, Subject to Tax Sale. Subject to Additional Fees Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #303, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-304; Block 5 Subject to: 2010 taxes $2, open + penalty 2011 taxes $5, open + penalty st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST PRO CAPITAL I, LLC in the amount of $2, Subject to Tax Sale. Subject to Additional Fees Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #304, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-305; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full, ayments may have been made by Pax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $14, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #305, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-306; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full, ayments may have been made by Pax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to AMACO in the amount of $16, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #306, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-307; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full, payments may have been made by Tax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: 2009, rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $14, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #307, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-308; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full. payments may have been made by Tax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $16, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #308. Elizabeth. NJ Lot: 373 C 309: Block 5 Subject to: 2010 taxes $3, open penalty 2011 taxes $6, open penalty st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST PRO CAPITAL I. LLC in the amount of $3, Being more commonly known as: Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #309. EMzabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-310; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, paid in full, ayments may have been made by? ax Sale Certificate Holder st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST F/TOWER D&W in the amount of $12, Being more commonly known as Elizabeth Ave., Apartment #310, Elizabeth, NJ Lot: 373 C-311; Block 5 Subject to: 2011 taxes $5, open penalty st quarter taxes, amount to be determined Lien: rd party Tax Lien, Cert No , sold on 6/6/2011 to US BANK CUST PRO CAPITAL I, LLC in the amount of $3, Subject to Tax Sale. Subject to additional fees Store 4 Portion of Basement THE SHERIFF HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJOURN THIS SALE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH PUBLICATION The buildings, structures and improvements now and hereafter constructed on the land described below and the fixtures and equipment now and hereafter installed thereon and necessary for of adapted to the appropriate use and enjoyment thereof, all of which shall be deemed real property In addition, all property of the Debtor (Mortgagor herein) including without limitation, all tangible goods, chattels, furniture, furnishings, machines, equipment, all floor coverings, screens, awnings, lighting, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, sprinkling, plumbing, irrigating, gas. water, sewer, incinerating and laundry systems and fixtures, all engines, machinery, boilers, ranges, furnaces, refrigerators, storm windows and doors, which are now or which may hereafter be placed or located in. or on or upon the premises herein defined, together, with all additions and accessories thereto, substitutions therefore, and replacements thereof. Also, included, without limitation are oil. gas or electric furnaces and heaters, air-conditioners and floor coverings. All leases now and hereafter in force and the rents due or to come due thereunder. All condemnation awards, rents under the assignment of rent clause and the proceeds of insurance Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and expenses, there remains any surplus money, the money will be deposited into the Superior Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 and stating the nature and extent of that person's claim and asking for an order directing payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding the surplus, if any JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $4,346, Four Million Three Hundred Forty- Six Thousand Six Hundred Thirty and 81/100"- Attorney HILL WALLACK LLP 202 CARNEGIE CTR CN 5226 PRINCETON NJ (609) Sheriff: Ralph Froehlich A full legal description can be found at the Union County Sheriff's Office Total Upset: $4,441,007.20'" Four Million Four Hundred Forty-One Thousand Seven and 20/100*" March 15, , April U PRO ($754 60) BOROUGH OF COUNTY OF, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following proposed ordinance was CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE Notice of Lien Sale of Property for Non-Payment of Taxes Special Assessments and Municipal Charges Notice is hereby given that I. Mary L Teston, Collector of the Taxing District of the City of Summit, in the County of Union. State of New Jersey on April at 10 00AM in The Court Room of the Municipal building located at 512 Springfield Ave. Summit N J 0(901. will expose for lien sale and sell several tracts and parcels of land on which taxes and other municipal charges for the year 2011 & prior remain unpaid pursuant to N J.S A 54:5 ET SEQ and any assessments not yet due Said properties will be sold subject to redemption at the lowest rate of interest but not to exceed 18% per annum Any item without a bidder will be sold to the City of Summit for 18% per annum At any time before the sale said collector may receive payment of the amount due on any property with all interest and cost incurred which includes cost of advertisement pursuant to statute by CERTIFIED CHECK. BANK CHECK. CASH OR MONEY ORDER The payment for hen purchased shall be made by cash, money order bank check or certified check prior to the conclusion of the sale The City of Summit makes no representation as to whether the properties being solo are under the protection of the bankruptcy laws In the event a lien is sold on a property under Bankruptcy protection, the purchaser shall be entitled to a refund of the money paid without interest Industrial property may be subject to the spill compensation and control act (N J S A et seq ) The water pollution control act (N J.S A 58 10A10) and Industrial Site recovery act (N J S A 13 1k-6et.seq) The municipality is precluded from issuing a tax sale certificate to any prospective purchaser who is. or may be in any way connected to the prior owner or operator of the site Pursuant to the Soldiers and Sailors Civil relief Act (N J.S.A 38 23C-18). this provision applies to the collection of taxes or assessments and provides certain unique relief to those qualifying individuals In the event that the owner of the property is on active duty in the military service, the Tax Collector should be notified immediately The names shown are as they appear in the tax duplicate and do not necessarily mean that these parties are the current owners of the properties BLOCK U LOT ASSESS TO 3 Flax. Charles N Turkey, Paul A 9 Aardvark Burrow, LLC 15 Theivanayagam. Daniel L & Kalyam 28 Gabnelsen WC 11 & Lena M Martell. Barbara L 34 Denman. John J 46 Di Ruggiero. Pamela J 74 Slaughter. Gail 1 Festive Works. LLC 3 Festive Works LLC 4 Festive Works, LLC 5 Festive Works. LLC 6 Festive Works LLC Festive Works. LLC 22 Arora. Kunwar Kishore 42 Finnegan Craig 61 Festive Works LLC 62 Festive Works. LLC 63 Festive Works. LLC 14 Vitale. Anthony & Thompson, Cynthia 20 Levas. Helena S 20 Spano. Maria & Lizano. Nelson 21 Amozoqueno, Tony 7 01 TZE-TENG TAN & KHIN KHIN MYINT 35 Plesh, Anthony Jr. 6 Creative Financial Sol LLC c/o RAUSHI 5 Price. C.W & Costa-Price C A 17 Giaccio. Carolyn N & James E 2 Mendes. Octavio 15 Lim. Mark & Sandra 2 19 condo Summit Property Partners c/o O'Brien 2 33 condo Crooks, Brian D 2 41 condo Finkelstein. Daniel & Meredith 46 Winn, Scott & Gayle M 41 Ramirez. Pedro M & Martha E 57 Gonzales. Alejandro A. & Olexis A condo Najjai. David L 8 Hanley. Laura 35 Hampson, Raymond P Jr & Jennifer 42 Rubin. Jerry & Susan 4 D'Alberti. Caludio P 13 Gore William N & Constance B 5 Fox Clara R 10 Johnson. Roy B & susan J 7 Flynn, Dems 9 Flynn. Denis 7 Del Duca. Kenneth P 1.11 condo Nicholas, R C IV & Matute. S Gonzalez 14 Stuckey. WM W & Darla Chaddick 3 Ostroff Michael 8 Jody 15 Bowen. Loring F. & Susan P 18 Anderson, Duff P. 8 Rasweiler Donald C & Katherine 16 Sorrentino. Charles & Alison 20 Reidy. Nellie 13 Sammarone Duce & Clementina Associates, LLC 21 The Jeanette Shop. L.L C 5 J H J Enterprises LTD 6 Wilt, Suzanne 19 Coffey. Gregory J & Amy E 6 Parker, Lawrence A & Dorothy 5 English Clifford. Jr, ETAL 7 Palmer. G Maxwell & Suzanne English 19 Cupo, Domenica, Sebastian S Evelyn 11 Ellis, Lu Ann M 25 Radiotis. Dejaye 41 Knowles Garry J condo Lon, Richard, MD 44 Durkin. Michael 12 Aurora Loan Services LLC 15 Alangad. Sreekumar & Aakefa 7 Pinzon. Luis 2 Arch Properties, L L C 1 Proctor, W J 8 N D 7 M & D Properties L L.C 16 Dreyer. Abigail 27 09condo Desmoine, Lisa A. 8 Newell, Chris S Alison 3 01 condo Arnold. Thomas W 8 Linda S 4 Post, Percy A & Cynthia B 7 Maluso. Charles R. & Maria Cromwell, Brent & Maybell Jimenez. Jose Singh. Balwinder 8 Manjit K Caporaso, Joseph & Kafhy "ath Jiminez. Rolfi & Vargas. Pricilla Choudhry Mohammad & Kousar, R 4 Richter. Jeffrey A & Rachel J. 20 Simpson, Anderson & Dorothy 33 Cohen, Sara 43 Rojas, Gilda & Trimino. Orlando 44 Perez, Luisa A 7 Ciccarelle Joseph 16 Dencker, Douglas R 20 Farrell. John J 17 Wilson. Gladston & Marcia 9 Gertsch, Tina 23 Delaney, Thorne 6 Noll. Mary 3 Aste. Patrick R & Draupadi Amrita 5 Tapia. Ricardo & Eva 14 Tapia. Domingo S 4 Pimentel, Jose F. 10 Ruffin. Ruth Jackson 31 Ginocchio, Robert V & Kathleen 4 Walters, Sandra 16 Kaes. Edward T & Patricia B 17 Flax. Charles 8 Meghan 18 Pirsch. Peter & Megan 3 Arch, Carolyn E Arch. Louise B 34 Ly, Thong & Judith 4 Brown. Mark 8 Laura 7 Mulholland. Kevin M. 8 Linda J D 4 Berman, Esther 1 Underwood. Tina D OBS March April 5, 12, 2012 ($852 60) ADDRESS 68 Canoe Brook Pkwy 269 Woodland Ave 60 River Rd 276 Woodland Ave 61 Karen Way 33 Aubrey St 34 lewis Ave 8 Lewis Ave 18 Greenfield Ave 527 Morris Ave Morris Ave 535 Morris Ave 44 Plain St 42 Plain St 40 Plain St 20 Miele PI 33 Lewis Ave 10 Aubrey St 8 Aubrey St 6 Aubrey St 33 Miele PI 24 Plains T 19 Plain St 6 Lowell Ave 15 Gates Ave 470 Morris Ave 481 Morns Ave 16 Hickory Rd 168 Canoe Brook Pkwy 21 Beverly Rd 49 Madison Ave 417 Morns Ave Umt# Morris Ave Umt# Morris Ave Unit#41 2 Lorraine Rd Weaver St 25 Edgar St 390 Morris Ave Unit# Kent PI Blvd 76 West End Ave 5t West End Ave 200 Kent PI Blvd 174 Kent PI Blvd 18 Cromwell Pkwy 12 Hillside Ave 27 Euclid Ave 31 Euclid Ave 40 Kenl Place Blvd 1 Euchde Ave 241 Summit Ave 27 Way 45 Waldron Ave 25 Whittredge Rd 21 De Bary PI 47 Whittredge Rd 21 Franklin PI 302 Springfield Ave 428 Springfield Ave Maple St Maple St 756 sprinbfield Ave 62 Pine Grove Ave 2 Manor Hill Rd 59 Oakland PI 64 Prospect St 19 Sayre St 45 Ashland Rd 17 Doremus St William St 33 Overlook Rd St # A Walnut St 15 William St 39 Clark St 75 Broad St 46 Morris & Essex Tpke 88 Broad St 76 Broad St 8 Middle Ave 91 Springfield Ave #51 50 Broad St 52 Springfield Ave #C 23 South St Morris Ave. 62 Orchard St 76 Orchard St Morris Ave 104 Orchard St 20 Edison Dr 62 Morris Ave 7 Denman PI 148 Broad St 63 Morris Ave 103 Morris Ave 105 Morris Ave 56 Glenside Ave 34 Glenside Ave 26 Glenside Ave 8 Huges PI 91 Ashwood Ave 5 Pearl St 21 Henry St 45 Ashwood Ave. 6 Henry St 6 Glenside Ave 39 Russell PI 50 Ashwood Ave 74 Ashwood Ave. 15 Malvern Dr 70 Glenside Ave 62 Mountain Ave 138 Pine Grove Ave 33 Parkview Terr 187 Mountain Ave 264 Oak Ridge Ave 9 Stony Hill Ct 288 Ashland Rd 76 Tanglewood Dr AMT. 10, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , T/S S T T&S S S T&S T&S S T&S&A s T T T T T S S T T T T&S S S S S s T s T&S S S S s st ris T&S s S S T T T S S T&S S T&S S&A SS S T&S T&S T&S T&S T S s T T S S T&S S s s T&S T&S S S S S S S I is,'. s T&S T&S s T s S s s sss T&S T&S s s T&S T&S T S S s T s T&S

58 PAGE 58 THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 LOCALSOURCE.COM COUNTY LOCALSOURCE RJBLIC NOTICE introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Mountainside in the County of Union. New Jersey, held on the 20th day of March 2012 and that said ordinance will be taken up for further consideration for final passage at the meeting of said Mayor and Council to be held in the Municipal Building 1385 Route 22. Mountainside. New Jersey on the 17th day of April 2012 at 8:00 PM. or as soon thereafter as said matter can be reached, at which time and place all persons who may be interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the same Martha Lopez Borough Clerk ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF THIRTY FIVE THOU- SAND DOLLARS ($35,000.00) FROM THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND FOR THE PURCHASE OF A 2012 FORD F350 TRUCK FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS WHEREAS, the Governing Body of the Borough of Mountainside is desirous to purchase a 2012 Ford F350 Truck; and WHEREAS, funds up to the amount of $35, may be needed for this project, and WHEREAS, the Governing Body of the Borough of Mountainside concurs that the purchase to be necessary NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Mountainside that the sum of $35, be and is hereby appropriated from the Capital Improvement Fund for the purchase of a 2012 Ford F350 Truck for the Department of Public Works March U OBS ($2891) BOROUGH OF COUNTY OF, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following proposed ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Mountainside in the County of Union, New Jersey, held on the 20th day of March 2012 and that said ordinance will be taken up for further consideration for final passage at the meeting of said Mayor and Council to be held in the Municipal Building Route 22. Mountainside. New Jersey on the 17th day of April 2012 at 8 00 PM. or as soon thereafter as said matter can be reached, at which lime and place all persons who may be inteiested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the.unit- ORDINANCE Martha Lopez Borough Clerk CALENDAR YEAR 2012 ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A CAP BANK 1N.J.S.A. 4QA WHEREAS, the Local Government Cap Law. NJS 40A et.seq. provides that in the preparation of its annual budget, a municipality shall limit any increase In said final budget appropriations to 2 5% or the cost of living adjustment of 3.5% over the previous years final appropriations, and, WHEREAS, a municipality may. by ordinance, bank the difference i, fil bd it between its final budget appropriations and Ihe 3 5% cost of livinn adjustment when said difference is not appropriated as part of the final budget, and. WHEREAS, the Borough Council of the Borough of Mountainside County of Union, hereby determines that this difference in the amount of $74, that is not appropriated as part of the final budget shall be retained as an exception to the final appropriations in either of the next two succeeding NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED, that any amount authorized herein above that is not appropriated as part of the final budget shall be retained as an exception to final appropriation in either of the next two succeeding years, and, BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that a certified copy of this ordinance as introduced be filed with the Director of 'ivision of Local Government Services within 5 days of introduction; BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that a certified copy of this ordinance upon adoption, with the recorded vote included thereon, be filed with said Director within 5 days after such adoption March U OBS ($39 69) BID NOTICE CITY OF PROJECT: BROAD STREET GARAGE REPAIR PROJECT 2012 DEPARTMENT Parking Services Agency Sealed bids will be received by the Purchasing Department of the City of Summit, union County. New Jersey at 11:00 AM. prevailing time.. April in the Council Chamber First Floor, City Hall. 512 Springfield Avenue. Summit. New Jersey for BROAD STREET GARAGE REPAIR PROJECT 2012 in accordance with the specifications and proposal forms for same which may be obtained at the office of the Parking Services Agency. 512 Springfield Avenue. Summit, N J. during regular business hours, 8 30 am pm, Monday Friday for a non-refundable fee of $75 00 Check made payable to the City ot Summit. All bids shall be addressed to LD AVENUET. NJ 0790,. is, along wjth bid securities, must be enclosed in a properly SEALED envelope bearing on the outs name of the bidder and the " OF THE BID CONTAINED THE A Bid Security is required in ffie amount of ten percent (10%) of the total bid. but not more than $20,000. in the form of a bid bond, certified check or cashiers check, made payable to the City of Summit Bidders, when appropriate, shall comply with the provisions of the following laws of New Jersey. N J S.A el seq (Prevailing Wage Act): NJS A (Corporation ana/or Partnership Owner Information); and any subsequent amendments thereto Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of NJS A et seq and N J.A.C (Affirmative Action) and N J S A (Business Registration) The Common Council reserves the right to reject all bids or proposals, waive any minor defects, and in the case of a tie, award on the basis of reasonable grounds, or accept the bid that in its judgment will be for the best interests of the City of Summit, and consider bids for sixty (60) days after their receipt No charge shall be made or recovery had for publishing any official advertising unaccompanied by such state- men Bnf ot price. David L Hughes. City Clerk Daled March March U OBS ($37 73) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that public hearings will be held by the Planning Board of the Borough of Mountainside, in the Mountainside Municipal Building Route 22. Mountainside NJ on Thursday, April at 7 30 p m on the following applications Thnlos Realty (Echo Park Restaurant and Grill), 1079 Route 22. Block 24 A. Lot 1 - Continuation of the application Applicant proposes a Site Plan and Development, Change of Tenancy and renovations lo an existing restaurant. Existing variance includes lot width under 125 ft 200 ft on Rout«22 New variances include retail sales, use variance, front yard under 30 ft ft on Route 22 where ft is proposed, parking space 250. front yard parking, loading spaces and signs JMK Auto Sales. 391 Route 22, Springfield and Mountainside, Block 24 J.Xots 4 and 4 A Continuation of the application to construct an extension of stair towers and a vehicular ramp to provide rooftop parking Existing variances include retail sales and a use variance, front yard under 30 feet, - 50 feet on Route 22, lot area under 26,000 square feet, lot width under 125 feet, lot coverage over 75 percent and accessory structures New variances include height over 35 feet where 52 feet is proposed, vehicle parking and outdoor storage of vehicles Huang, 1420 Chapel HiU Block 4 C. Lot 7 I - Applicant proposes to install solar panels onto the roof of a singlefamily dwelling Existing variances include front yard under 30 feet, and driveway in the side yard The new variance is for the solar panels, which are considered an accessory structure Herrlghty, 358 Darby Lane, Block 7 I. Lot 22 - Applicant proposes to install solar panels onto the roof of a singlefamily dwelling Existing variances include lot area within 150 feet, lot area under square feet and lot width under 100 feet The new variance is for the solar panels, which are considered an accessory structure- County of Union Trailside Nature Center. Watchung Reservation. Block 2. Lot A - Conceplual review lor solar panels on the roof of the Center New variances include the height ovei 35 feet and the solar panels which are considered an accessory structure All applications are subject to the Mountainside Land Use Ordinance and bulk variances may be required If requested by the board, boad, additional additoa variance and waiver relief lif may be required O q Other issues may be discussed and action may be taken Ruth M Rees Secretary March U OBS ($3871) Township of Springfield Zoning Board of Adjustment Take Notice that on the j 7th day of April, at 8 00PM, a hearing will be held before the Springfield Board of Adjustment at the Municipal Building. 100 Mountain Avenue. Springfield, New Jersey on Application #2~012-2 regarding the appeal or application of Knstv and Chad Rubin for a variance as to per ermit a or privacy fence along Summit Road and portion of the on the premises located at 2 an Rd Springfield New Jersey. 1 and. designated as Bh Block _ Lot 11 on the Township of Springfield Tax Map The Application plans and survey are on tile in the Annex Building. 20 North Trivetl Avenue and are available for inspection Any interested party may appear either in person, by agent or attorney and present any objections which you may have in granting of this Application Applicants Kristy and Chad Rubin March U OBS ($16.66) Township of Springfield FIRE DEPARTMENT Public Notice Notice is hereby given that applications are being accepted for the position of Probationary Career Firefighter Applications may be obtained from the Township Clerk's office. Monday through Friday, from 8 00am through 4:00pm. except on Legal Holidays A non-refundable application fee of $75 00 shall be paid at the time the application is completed and returned to the Clerk's office No applications will be accepted without the payment of Ihe aforementioned fee Applicants shall be between the ages of 21 and 35 and required to provide proof of a High School Diploma; a valid NJ Driver's License, and a NJ Division of Fire Safety Firefighter 1 Certification: along with a written resume is. required Incomplete applications will not be accepted Filing deadline for applications is April at 4pm. Linda M Donnelly Township Clerk March U OBS ($1666) TOWNSHIP OF Take notice that the following decision was made at the regular meeting of the Board of Adjustment held on Wednesday March 20, 2012, at Springfield Town Hall, 100 Mountain Avenue, Springfield, NJ: Application # Applicant: MADELINE ZAMARRA Site Location: 449 MOUNTAIN AVE Block 1801 Lot 11 For: SIDE YARD VARIANCE Was Approved All documents and plans related to this application, including but not limited to the memorialized Resolution are on file in the Office of the Board of Adjustment Administrator, PUBLICNOTICE CLASSIFIED ADS ARE QUICK AND CONVENIENT! NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BOROUGH OF ORDINANCE NUMBER TST CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF CHAPTER 37, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, ARTICLE I LICENSING, SECTION 37-2 PROHIBITED HOURS OF SALE" NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED by the Borough Council of the Borough of Roselle. County of Union. New Jersey as follows: SECTION 1 Chapter 37. Alcoholic Beverages. Section 37-2 "Prohibited Hours of Sale" of the Code of the Borough of Roselle, in the County of Union. New Jersey is hereby amended to read as follows A No alcoholic beverages shall be sold, served, delivered or consumed, nor shall any license permit the sale, service, delivery or consumption of any alcoholic beverage, directly or indirectly, upon the licensed premises between the following hours Monday through Friday except January 1 Saturday Sundays, except January 1 December 25 when on a Monday through Friday December 25 when on a Saturday Or Sunday January 1 when on a Sunday January 1 when on a weekday "Other legal holidays 200 a.m. and 9.00 a m a m and 9:00 a.m. 3:00 a m. and 12:00 noon 2 00 a m. and 9 00 a.m a m and 12:00 noon 4:00 a m. and 1 00 p m 400 a.m. and 9 00 am 2:00 a.m. and 9:00 a m Which shall include Martin Luther King Day. Washington's Birthday (observed). Memorial Day, Independence Day. Labor Day. Columbus Day. Veteran's Day and Thanksgiving Day 8 During the hours that sales of alcoholic beverages are prohibited as stated in Subsection A. the entire licensed premises shall also be closed The "closing of the licensed premises" shall be defined as having all persons who are not employees off the premises and. in addition, shall mean that no alcoholic beverages shall be served or consumed by anyone. C Restaurants licensed by the Borough of Roselle may apply to the Mayor and Council to remain open alter hours for the purpose of conducting business other than sales, service, consumption or delivery of alcoholic beverages. All approvals shall be documented on both Ihe application and the actual license D The hours of sale for delivery of any alcoholic beverage within the Borough of Roselle by a plenary retail distribution or limited retaif distribution licensee shall be between the hours of 9 00 am and 10:00 p.m SECTION 2. The remaining provisions of the chapter hereby amended and supplemented shall continue in full force and effect to the same extent as if herein fully repeated SECTION 3. If any section, subsection provision, clause, or portion of this ordinance is adjudged unconstitutional or invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such adjudication shall not affect the remaining sections, subsections, provisions, clauses, or portions, which shall be deemedseverable therefrom. SECTION 4 This Ordinance shall take effect at the time and in the manner provided at law is hereby given that the foregoing proposed Ordinance was introduced and read by title for the first time at a regular meeting of the Borough Council of the Borougn of Roselle held on March 12, and this Ordinance will be considered for final passage at a regular meeting of the Borough Council to be held April at A00 P.M.. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be reached, at Borough Hall. Council Chambers. 210 Chestnut St., Roselle. NJ. at which time and place all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning same. U PRO March ($67.62). Rhona C Bluestein. MBA PUBUC NOTICE R.M.C., C M.C Municipal Clerk Take notice that the following applications for Zoning Variances were heard by the Board of Adjustment of the Township o? Union on Wednesday. March at 7:30 p.m in the Municipal Building, Friberger Park, Union, New Jersey Resolutions memorializing Calendar # Cal. # 3195 Cal # 3196 Cal # 3197 Name of Applicant & Premises Affected Guerline Dzantah 2173 Springfield Ave Block Lot- 22 Timco. Inc 1010 Hudson St /2271 Rt. 22 W. Block Lots- 1 & 3.01 Ideal Professional Office Leasing. LLC 2333 Morris Avenue Block Lot- 37 Richard Malanda, Bd. Of Adj. Secretary U UNL March ($36.75) Variances Requested Residential dwelling w/msufficien! setbacks & in a BB zone Auto sales, service, used car showroom & service center Operate adult counseling & educational center in BB zone Decision of the Board of Adjustment Denied by Resolution Granted by Resolution Carried for Resolution of Approval on April RESOLUTION FIXING THE REGULAR MEETING DATES OF THE COUNCIL AND PRESCRIBING THE RULES GOVERNING THE PROCEDURE AT ALL MEETINGS OF THE COUNCIL FOR 2012 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF THAT the Conference Meetings of the Linden City Council will be held in the Council Office. City Hall. Linden, New Jersey and the Regular Meetings of the Linden City Council will be held in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Linden, New Jersey All meetings shall be held on the dates and convened at the prevailing times listed below, or as soon thereafter as the Council assembles and that the dates of the April Council Meetings marked with an asterisk are being amended as follows CONFERENCE MEETINGS CONFERENCE MEETINGS PRIOR TO COUNCIL MEETINGS COUNCIL MEETINGS (Organization Meeting) (Organization Meeting) Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug 5«pi Oct Nov Dec 16, e aai,.it 00 p m.' at 00 [1 m." at 00 p m.,ii 00 p m,u B 00 0 m It 6 00 pp m 1 00 m 1 e6 00 p m..it a 00 p m.it at 00 l> m.11 a 00 p m. 00 p m. a Jan 03 Jan 17 Feb 21 Mar 20 Apr. 17 Apr 24 May 15 June 19 July 17 Aug 21 Sept 18 Oct 16 Nov 20 Dec 18 Dec 27 6:00 p.m p m 6:00 p m p m 6 00 p.m 6:30 p m p m 6 00 p m 6 00 p m. 6:00 p m 6:00 p.m 6:00 p m 6.00 p.m. 6:00 p m 6 00 p m to 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m to 7 00 p m to 7:00 p.m to 7:00 p m. to 7.00 p.m to 7:00 p m to 7 00 p.m to 7 00 p m. to 7 00 p m to 7.00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m to 7 00 p m to 7:00 p m to 7:00 p m Jan 03 Jan. 17 Feb. 21 Mar 20 -Apr. 17 Apr 24 May 15 June 19 July 17 Aug 21 Sept. 18 Oct 16 Nov 20 Dec. 18 Dec 27 at 7:00 p m. at 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p m. at 7:00 p.m at 7 00 p.m at 7:00 p m. at 7 00 p m at 7:00 p m. at 7.00 p.m a! 7:00 p.m. at 7:00 p m BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the procedure of all meetings for the year 2012 shall be in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act. 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59 COUNTY LOCALSOURCE LOCALSOURCE.COM THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 59 Annex Building, 20 North Trivett Avenue, Township of Springfield, NJ and are available for public inspection. Board Administrator Jennifer Amend Law March E OBS ts15 19 BOROUGH OF COUNTY OF, NEW JERSEY NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following proposed ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting of the Mayor and CouncH of the Borough of Mountainside in the County of Union. New Jersey held on the 20th day of March 2012 and that said ordinance will be taken up for further consideration for final passage at the meeting of said Mayor and Council to be held in the Municipal Building Route 22. Mountainside. New Jersey on the 17th day of April 2012 at 8 00 PM. or as soon thereafter as said matter can be reached, at which time and place all persons who may be interested therein will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the same Martha Lopez Borough Clerk ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- TIONS 1005(b), 1008(c)(1), 1009(c)(1), 1010(c)(1l AND 1013 (a) and (d) OF THE LAND USE ORDI- NANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Mountainside, County of Union, and State of New Jersey have determined that there is a need to exercise more control over changes made to existing construction and new construction in the residential zoning districts of the Borough, and to expand the permitted uses in the L-l Limited Industrial zoning district of the Bor- "Ifow THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council as follows: Section 1005(b) of the Borough Code be and the same is hereby deleted and that there be substituted the following new Section 1005(b): (b) Alteration, Extension Or Enlargement Of Nonconforming Uses. Structures And Lots. Nonconforming uses, structures and lots in all zoning districts shall conform to the following requirements (1)Any structure, lot or use of land which is nonconforming shall not be enlarged or extended in any manner whatsoever. (2) There shall be no structural alter- ations or enlargement made to any nonconforming building or structure which enlarges or extends the building or structure AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED THAT Subsection 1008 (C) (1) of the Borough Code be and the same is hereby deleted and that there be substituted the following new Section 1008(c) (1) (1) Height No building shall exceed a maximum of two and one half (3 stories or thirty 130) feet in height whichever is the lesser. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED THAT Subsection 1009 (c) (11 of the Borough Code be and the same is hereby deleted and that there be substituted the following new Section 1009 (c) (1) Height No building shall exceed a maximum of two and one half (2 1/2) stories or thirty (30) feet in height whichever is the lesser AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED THAT Subsection (c) (1) of the Borough Code be and the same is hereby deleted and that there be substituted the following new Section (c) (1): (1) Height No building shall exceed a maximum of two and one half (2 1/2) stories or thirty (30) feet in height, whichever is the lesser AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED THAT Subsection 1013 (a) of the Borough Code be and the same is hereby deleted and that there be substituted the following new Section 1013 (a) (a) Primary Intended Uses. The uses in this zoning district are business, professionals, executive or administrative office purposes, scientific or research laboratories, warehousing and limited industrial and manufacturing uses, the nature of such industrial and manufacturing uses being dependent upon their compliance to performance standards of Section 1010 (d), commercial uses of a strictly wholesale sales and services nature and private membership, non-profit and/or recreational facilities open to the general public which provide indoor facilities for swimming, tennis, racketball. handball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, exercise imposed by the performance standards set forth in Section 1013 (d). This ordinance shall take effect immediately upon final adoption and publication and in the manner provided bv law Ma farch U OBS ($67.62) ADVERTISE! PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TODAY! TOWNSHIP OF BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS (AMENDED) Pursuant to the Open Public Meetings Act. the Board of Education hereby adopts the following schedule of meetings Thursday June p.m. June :00 p.m. July :00 p m Aug a m Sept :00 p m Sept 20, 2011 Oct. 11, :00 p m p m. Oct :00 p.m. Nov. 08, :00 p.m. Nov 15, :00 p m Dec. 13, p.m. Dec :00 p.m. Jan :00 p m. Jan. 17, :00 p.m. Feb :00 p m Mar p.m. Mar :00 p m Apr. 10, :00 p.m. Apr. 24, 2012 May 0B, 2012 May 15, 2012 June 12, 2012 June 19, 20127:00 p.m. July 17, :00 p.m. Aug 21, 20129:00 a.m. Sept 11, 2012 Sept 18, 2012 Oct 09, 2012 Oct 16, 2012 Nov 13, 2012 Nov 20, 2012 Dec 11, 2012 Dec 18, 2012 Jan 03, :00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Regular Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Regular Session Regular I Planning Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Committee/ Work Session Regular Session Organization Meeting Administration Bldg Union High School* Union High School' Administration Bldg Administration Bldg Union High School' Administration Bldg Union High School' Administration Bldg Union High School* Administration Bldg Union High School* Administration Bldg. Union High School' Union High School' Administration Bldg Union High School' Administration Bldg. Union High School' Administration Bldg. Union High School' Administration BJdg. Union High School' Administration Bldg. Administration Bldg. Administration Bldg. Union High School' Administration Bldg. Union High School' Administration Bldg. Union High School' Administration Bldg. Union High School' Union High School' 'Regular meetings (with the exception of the July and August meetings) w bfheld in the Library at Union High School. North Third S".reet. Union, New Jersey- Formal action will be taken at these meetings and may be taken at any special meetings called by the Board of Education U UNL March 29, 2012 ($65.66) Public Notices on Line \uuv.njpublicnotices.com Your online source for public nonces in New Jersey ADVERTISE TODAY! CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS! CALL US AT LEGAL NOTICE Take notice that the undersigned shall expose for sale as salvage in accordance with N J S A 39 10A-1 at public auction on MARCH in Office of Director of Public Safety Morris Avenue, Township of Union. New Jersey, the below described motor vehicles which came into possession of the Township of Union through abandonment of owners to claim same The motor vehicles shall be examined at the following location- L&J TOWING. KENILWORTH NEW JERSEY between 8 00am and 6.00 p m, 48 hours preceding the aforesaid date and time only As vehicles are sold on an 'as is and where is' basis, failure to inspect will not be considered grounds for any claim or adjustment of bid offered Bids will be accepted on a per vehicle basis multiplied by the number of vehicles in a lot Cash or certified check payable to The Township of Union, in the amount of 50% of the total bid price per lot must accompany each proposal The balance of the purchase price shall be paid no later than 72 hours from the date of sale In the event said vehicles are not removed within 5 days from the date of sale namely APRIL 5th they shall be readvertised and resold, and the original bidder shall have no claim the cost of advertising and resale shall be charged to the purchaser. No dismantling of vehicles is to be done by the bidder on the premises: they shall be moved in the condition in which they are at the time of the bidding. The Township reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or any part thereof, as it may deem necessary in the best interest of the Township of Union and shall reserve their right to place a minimum bid per lot to cover towing and storage due the Township's towing contractor The successful bidder will be responsible in that if the vehicles moved or delivered to an area within The Township of Union as junk vehicles, they shall be delivered or stored only at a duly licensed junkyard within The Township of Union TOWNSHIP OF LOT #1 YR. MAKE FORD VW CHEVROLET U UNL March ($4116) 2012 Municipal Budget VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION * 1FMDU34X6MUB96387 WVWCA015XKK CIMR5293T TOWNSHIP OF, COUNTY OF FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2012 Revenue and Appropriation Summaries Summary of Revenues - Current Fund Surplus Total Miscellaneous Revenues Receipts from Delinquent Taxes Minimum Library Tax Local Tax for Municipal Purposes Total General Revenues 5,500, , , , ,49 87, Anticipated , , ,800, ,362, Summary of Appropriations - Current Fund 2012 Budget Final 2011 Budget 1 Operating Expenses: Salaries & Wages Other Expenses 2 Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations 3 Capital Improvements 4 Debt Service 6 Reserve for Uncollected Taxes Total General Appropriations Total Number of Employees - Full & Part Time Summary of Revenues 1 Surplus 2. Miscellaneous Revenues Total Revenues Summary of Appropriations 1. Operating Expenses Salaries & Wages Other Expenses 2. Capital Improvements 3 Debt Service 4 Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations Total Appropriations Total Number of Employees - Full & Part Time Interest Principal Outstanding Balance , , , Dedicated Sewer Utility Budget General 1,316, ,532, Balance of Outstanding Debt Sewer Utility 000 I IBB ,140, ,803, ,943, Budget 752, , , , ,943, Anticipated , , ,072, , , ,935, , ,868, ,098, Final 2011 Budget 694, , , , , ,098, Notice is hereby given that the budget and tax resolution was approved by the Township Committee of the Township of Union, County of Union on March 13, 2012 A hearing on the budget and tax resolution will be held at the Municipal Building on April 10, 2012 at 7 30( PM ) at which time and place objections to the Budget and Tax Resolution for the year 2012 may be presented by taxpayers or other interested persons. Copies of the detailed budget are available in the office of Eileen Birch, Township Clerk, at the Municipal Building, 1976 Morris Avenue, Union, New Jersey 07083, (908) , during the hours of 9:00(A M ) to 4 30(P M.) U UNL March 29, 2012 ($792.00)

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