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July 17, 199/
Cranford Chronicle
Gathercole. Allison Genovese,
Stephanie Glien, Ryan Hamilton,
William
Hansen,
Linda
Haustein. Diane Hickey. Maxwell
A. Hormilla, Matthew Hribnr.
Andrew Jobe, Kyle Johnson, May
Kachopgian.
' Kimberly
Kaltreider,
Tara
Klebaur.
Theresa Koliniatis, Timothy S.
Kosch, Melissa Levine, Daina
Grade 11 — Matthew Arcieri, Lieberman. Joseph Limone,
Nancy
DeVito,
Christina Kenneth Lutz, Todd'Mariano,
Eickman. Mara Goodgold, Amy Evan Marx, Ryan Matlosz, Jill
Grobe. Brian Harley, Tavya Mattis, Lisa McCarthy, _ Colin
Jackson. Kevin Knight, Scot McFadden, Keriann McGuire,
McKay, Kat.herine Mertens, John Vanessa Meehan, Ryan Olesky,
Osaben. David Pean, Christopher Kevin Pemoulie, Melissa Perez,
Thee. Nicole Virgilio and Erica Platt, Lauren Porter, Adam
Reinhard, Heather Rembert,
Michelle Zemkmsky.
Grade 10 — Christopher Julia Renedo, Dion Roy, MarissaBarris.1 Alisa Becker, David . Rufplo, Jennifer Sands, Danielle
'(.'harme, Bethany
Dittraar, Schipper, Richard Shackell,
Jamps Doty, Jason Harris, Kathleen ' Szymona, Michael
Lauren Kitzhoffer, Lisa Lavikoff, Venditti, Jessica Walsh. Aaron
Jonathan
Morris,
Tracey Werschulz and Heather White.
Mulvanev. Christopher Nazzaro,
Grade 11 — 'Jaais Acampora,
Lauren Stanley and Michael Christopher Baran,
Jeffrey
Zulauf.
Bergin. Caroline Blake, Brian
Grade 9 — John W. Anthes, Boyle, Patrick Burke, Diana
Katherine Arcieri, Jeffrey Baer, Capece, Dana Caravela, Andrew
Michael Cijia. Sarah Hendel, Ceci, Nicole Cerchio, Gregory
Daniel Morton. Anne E. Patrone, Cierkowski,
Laura . ' Civile,
• KeVih" Tardif', and ' Lauren "" Christine Clayrifuira Crawford,
. Vincent ... D'Angelo, . Daw.ri
Ztiravnsky.. ;•-'•" '
. Named to the "A/8"honor rollv Delafuente, Jennifer . Devine,
Grade 12 v- Gregory Bazilufs, Josephine
Dieosrno,' Joann
:j|ulia. Backer, Kerryanne.Bender, DiPabio.Robert Dinsraorej Kevin
• Day"kl-:', Bojanawskr, .'Edward. ,-FeeIey,.. Danielle.-. Fortunate),-v
-.Bonibaci. Xyn'sey- Bprge?,: Eric. . Eileen Garrity. Williani Harn6it
Bribesca. Monique Brown. Brian Melissa Hildemanh, Kirriberley
Caldwell. Danielje Chilinski, Hribar, Joseph Huang, Victoria
Sara Collette. Kathleen Conrad, Hynes, Jenny M- Jediny, Julie
Tinika Curtis, Eric Dale, Lisa Kiarnie, Kevin. Knight, Lauren
Decker. Diana Dollard, Kerry Kusiv, Afshein Lashkari, tylingDrexler. David Feder. Michael Chuen J. Lee. Sharon Leonard.
CRANFORD - Cranford
High School has issued its honor
roll based on final grades for the
1996-97 schfwl year. Named to
the "All A" honor roll:
Grade 12 — Lauren Charme,
Rase-marie Connelly. Laura
l)psidorio. Alarm Doty, Peter
I.-yons. Carrie- Rentz and Julie
Andrew Malko, Christy McDarby, Jessica Reff, Geoffrey Rood,
Joseph Muccia, Debra Noble, Rebecca Salomon, Irene A.
Andrew
Nordstrom,
Kevi Sardone, Robyn Schweitzer,
O'Donnell, Konika Paul, David Lukasz Sternik, Jill Sukovich,
Pean, James Pfeiffer, Lori Polito, Brian Sullivan, Rebecca, Taylor;
David Polonitz, Erin Radley, Kathryn Verhoeven, Joseph Vita;
Justine Raftree, Stacey Rebello, Raymond Weigel, Lauren Wiener,
Kevin Reilly, Brian Reppert, Alexis Wolf and Megan Zambell.
Erika
Robinson,
Michael
Grade 9 — Thomas Arthur,
Rozman, Christopher Sallee, Amy Bobrowski, Kevin Bostel,
Christopher Sbaratta, Rachael Benjamin Brown, Andrew Bucko,
Seney, Rebecca Severs, Stephen Alexander
Camejo, Allison
Skordinski, Kathleen Snyder, Capece, Michele Catena, Laura
Daniel
Springer,
Regan Christiani, Michael Cilia, Nita W.
Stempniewicz, Mark Stiansen, Colaco,
Alison
Cuzzolino,
Jeffrey. Tierney, Mary Vasquez, Matthew
Dango,
David
Angela Viso, Tyler Ward, Megan Degenhardt, Kathleen Dillon,
Weiss, James Whalen, Kimberly Mary Dollard, John Donofrio,
Wplters, Rennie J. Wolters and Matthew Esolda, Bryan Farrell,
Aaron Wright.
Nicholas Fassler, Edward Feeley,
Fuller,
Michael
Grade 1 0 — Jennifer Barna, Matthew
Gallucci,
Lauren
Goldstein,
Justin Blanding, Michelle Chilinksi, Thomas Connelly, Jamie Rachel Harley, Ryan Heck, Robin
Conroy^ Donna Curia, Wendy Hickey, Hoshiyuki Iida, Dennis
Curran, Steven D'Ambola, Diana Kaelin, Lisa Kardos, Katharine
D'Arnico, Michael D'Arcy, Annika A. Keenan, Irene Kenny, Jared
Davis,
Louis
DellaSerra, Kosch, Brian J. Koyolisky,. Conor
Elizabeth Demcsak, Jo Anne Leddy, Andrew J. Lee, Joshua
DeVito, James Dpane, MicHele Levine, Kevin jLevonas, Eric,
Drejka, Christopher Feinthel, Louie, Jessica Mahon, Rebecca
Sandra L. Frjedlanden Chris- Markowitz, Joseph- Minitelli,topher
Fhyr,
Christopher Benjamin • Moldave, Brendan
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Gathercole, Diarre Gvgantiiio, -Muhar Danielle Nazzai'o, David.
Evan Qlien, Jesse Green,' Robert^,. .NycZj Steve Oliveira, Shannon;.
Haber\. Sarah. ftensler, Meredith Faster,. "Hilary Pease," Eyndiey
Hoffman-ThornsQft, ..Nicholas J. Pfeiffer, ,.Kerri - Radley,, Erjjk.; •
Jenkins;' Laura Johnston, Marie . Richardson; Stephanie" R-isse,'
n
Jones, •;••'. BnartV.1 •.Kelemeri,' . Jeffrey R. Rubin, Robert'. Sati'ds^.
••c...
•.Christine-.'-.'Schinrti! Mart "See<.;
• Jennifer1 Kozek, Thomas LucasE, John Serpico, Aislirin Y. Sia, Tara
Patrick ' ManeV,'
Catherine Smallze, Katie Sofranko, Sara
McGowan,
Devon
Murray, Soriente, Elizabeth Sowa, Sarah
Shannon Murray, Diane Oliveira, Stratton, Joseph Unish, Stacey
Elizabeth Opacity, Suraj Patel, Van de Water, Lauren Vanover
Nicole Pepe, Daniel Peragine, and Michael Venditti.
Christine Poidoro, 'Jennifer Re,
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CHILPREN'S
CHILD CARE
live-In Child Care
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. Mike Dow'tof-the Cranford Police department holds up one of two
. piedestclati safetv/'sighs donated by the New Jersey Automobile >
"Club Foundation for Safety and Education; based In Florham Park.
Thefoiindatipn donated sighs to all communities'litUnion, M5irls> .
and' Es$ex cbuhties in an- atfort to reduce pedestrian accidents; .'•
Cranford Child Care Center
is granted accreditation
study, collecting information
from parents, teachers, administrators and classroom observations.. The programs receive an
on-site visit, conducted by early
childhood professionals specially
trained by NAEYC, to validate
the self-study_ results. _A11 the
information is incIeperTdently"
reviewed by a group of national
experts.
"The heart of NAEYC accreditation focuses on the child's experience," stated center Director
Margaret Crane in the press
release.
; "The process carefully considers all aspects of program provision, including health and safety,
staffing, staff qualifications,
administration and physical
environment.
"The greatest emphasis is on
the children's relationships with
the staff and how the program
helps each child learn and grow
— intellectually, physically,
socially ajid emotionally,""1 §he
CRANFORD — Cranford
Child Care Center, based at
Cranford Alliance Church on
Cherry Street, has been granted
recently at the UCC. Selection is based on a accreditation by the National
grade-point system whereby students earn Association for the Education of
points for participation in UCC organizations Young Children-(NAEYC).
and intercollegiate sports.
This recognition has/ been
achieved by about 5 percent of
early childhood programs nationwide, according to a press release
from the center. The child-care
center has been accredited since
1991 and serves 55 children 21/26 years old. Its present accreditation will run—through the year
2000. ,
NAEYC accreditation is a rigorous^ voluntary process by
which early childhood programs
demonstrate that they consistently meet national standards of
CHILD CARE
excellence. Child-care centers,
preschools, kindergartens, before- and after-school programs
are eligible to seek NAEYC
accreditation.
Programs seeking accreditation undergo an intensive self-
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< Carefully screened, English-speaking
au pairs with child-care experience
and driving ability.
• About S220 per week / . : J
(or up to 45 hours of
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Local coordinators
provide year-long
support.
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The Union County Division of
Aging's toll-free telephone number is making it easier for senior
citizens to find the services they
want and need.
When residents call (888) 2808226, staff from the Division on
Aging — in partnership with the
New Jersey Easy Access Single
Entry Project (NJ EASE) — provide comprehensive information
on community programs, inhome services, housing and longterm care. The new telephone
number is in addition to 5274870 and 527-4872.
"Senior citizens told us that
they want and need a free telephone number they can call for
'one-stop' information," said
Susan Chasnoff, director of the
Division on Aging. "We are happy
24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
To place your FREE print ad,
call 1-800-783-1131 Ext. 202c
For automated ad taking, call
1-800-485-2087
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Penschow and Petersen receive UCC honors atAwards Night
'CRANFORD —TSvo Union County College extracurricular activities.
Brian Penschow of Cranford and Anna
students have been honored with Key Service
Awards for their efforts in servicing the col- Marie Petersen of Fanwood each received the
lege through participation in clubs and honor at Awards Night ceremonies held
Cranford Chronicle
to meet their wishes."
Freeeholdef Edwin Force, liaison to the Advisory Council on
Aging and a Cranford resident,
said Union County's partnership
with NJ EASE of the state
Department of Health and Senior
Services enables the Division on
Aging to refer callers to services
that promote wellness, independence, dignity and choice for
older adults. >
"Callers do not have to worry
about getting the runaround or
being referred to many agencies,"
Mr. Force said. "They dial one
telephone number and receive
the information, services and
referrals they need."
Among the community programs available through NJ
EASE are information and assistance, outreach, care management, transportation and volunteer opportunities.
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BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
BONO ORDINANCE NO 97-11
BOND ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CONSTBUCIICN Of
GABION V.AU.S IN IHE GAHWOOD BROOK IMPROVEMErn PROJECT IN. BY AfJD TOR THE'BOROUGH Or
CiiHWOOD COUIJtY (jF..UHION STA'E OF NEvV JERSH< APPROPRIATING S8C.OO0 IHEHtFOR AND AU'HOBia'lG THE ISSUANCE'OF S76.000 GENERAL JU•'HD1.'! MCNT BOMDS OR BOND Af.'TICiPATION NOTL'S
•O'i it.ANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF:
Section 6' The following addionar maners a*e norer)/
actorrninod. doclv/KJ. roaiod and statoa
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•A- tne Purpose oescrt)OC in. Sector) 3'a) cl ihrs bora
C^ Taice 15 not a cuTOhi expense Jl is a/i imp/o.'omon!
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vva tho Bo ough may lawfuly undor^^o as a capral
pT^oct. a i d no part ol the cost thoroo* has been or n "
rx.' ipocaiv fis^eswd on prooeriy specio
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• M The pe.nod.of usefulness of iho Purpose w^hn the
i-'ntaTions o' iho Local Bond Law. occedtng io tho roas - ^ t i l c Htf thwoof compiled torn tho date oltho bones .
QuTTvyvpg' by this Done] orriinanCfl. is forty (40l yoa'i
;ri Tl*e SupDldnvjntnJ Oobt Statoment rqqurcd Dy :no
local Bond Liw has tx>on rtuJy prepared and Hod m !ho
cJfco ol tntf^SorouQh ClerK, ana a comptoto exocirod
aupiicaio triereof has been filed in the office q' the Oi^oct<v ot Tno Dwsion ol Local Govornmont Servces m iho
Deoaftment of Community Affaire of tho Slaio of f J * *
Je'Miy. StiCh 5taiemoni shows thai the gross debt cl t i e
Bcough as dofirwo; m tho Local Bonrj Law 15 increased
Dy tho nmhcnzahon 0' tho bonas onfl notes pfovidoa m
this niwnded bond Ofd'nanco by $76,000, arm tho obligations auinonzod horom w>ll be wnhm all dobt Imnntions
p^esenbeo by mat Law.
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' M L BQHOUGH OF GARWOOD IN IHE COUrflY Or
^rj o r j NEW JERSEY inot lois inan iwo-mres ol al nc' nafly aaoploa on Wecnesaay. J j ' V 9." 1" 99?" ana ine ~ SECTION 4 *AII 0
-• i^mbori, increol nlfirmolr/ely concurr(ng). as lollovvs
r.'~i'a"s 3' ,va ranees .
'. iv«i»niv-aav.p<jr,oo •ji.nmia;.or) w t'.<n wn cri a SJH a-uor, cc-.s s:en: iwew.-n a-e -.e
Section I T^ie BcOugh ol Garwood. in me Counry cr
or.proocedingajeEi,on,ri9ii» va.ia«y j l sjchora nance sjcTir.ccns.s-erc'v
jr, on .Ne// jesey fhe'e'naher mo "Borougn'). ne'erj/
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pan Docommencsa as &jv,a*a -n he Loca Bona L a *
.SECTION s.'il arv,,y ponir,r- s:
r^e snaij be rii|.»iori/cs tho .improvements aesenrjea m Sodon 3ial ct
n a i begun to run Uan; f , p oaie.oi > v r
r/a; o n a' ae!er^rn(KJ tc be 'nva^.T 5,ucp
en snali not lr, u Bone Ord.nancc (horpinallor'the PuT/tie") v-iici
trvi statement
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a"ec: t i e va' c,!y cl n e rer*-.a r
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' on o said ordi- snail ix- unoeriaWon py tno BGrourjri as a general H,.
nar.ee'
P'O.D^fcit no cost ol wAicn snail bo bono ty tnc~e;y
-, c.e-h • SECTION 6 Tnis ora,ran:e s^ai la^e ei'eci upon'mai Bo-Ougn n: Lvgo For the Purpose aesenbod m SocitO'i
passage anrj pjbNca'.icn ,r. accordance wi:r. law.
3iai tne Bo'ougn riorobv abprpp^aies 110 sum ol S8Q.0QQ
J HOBEPTHOEFfLER. Clairman •ncicd-'n me sum of W 000 as me oo*n Dayman', ttyqui'.-ia rj, me isci}' B.^nd LJIA Thu aowi pa/rnont 15 now
Cran'r.'rj
Tcwisnp
Conm-itee
icli Ao aggrogoto amouni of noi oxceo'p'ing $12,000 t c
• THC a_O0c oF T H E » U B . C WCRKS Bv.;. j .ivaiiao'e py p'rj/ison lor down payments or lor coprtai
; tQT-s 0! etpOTM lisiedm rtno peTnitted unqpf N J S A .
ROSALIE HELLEWBRECHT .
' ' . improvement curfjoses in one or more previously adopt' -iCiA:2-20 is included in tho estimated cost indcaioo here. IN THE COUNTY OF UWCN NErtJERSev APPROPR. Townsnp Clerk
od buOgets ol th.e Borougn. saa sum oemg not loss than
in (or tho Purpose or improvoments.
' AT1KIG AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT 0 * S4< boo T W M E '
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STATEMENT
Wo !5Sj per cent ol the obligations authorized herein.
Section 7. Any funds received from the Count/ of
. FOft AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF NOT EXThe'or.egoing oramapcewas V-a'Y payees ai a r e e l Spc-o'- 2 in o-Oer to fnanco tne cost ol tno PUTXJSG
lh>on. tno.Sinto of New jersey or the un<toa States 0'
' CEEOINGS41.B0CHHAGGREGATE PR1NCPA.AMOLNT ing ol n e Township CornnVtee.Cl the T Q w i s r O ' CranlorG
•OP: co^c-ec Py application 61 rie ao"«n DayrTiont. there'
Amenca. or any o* tner ngencios. Or from any o'Jier
."'. OPBONDS OR NO T ES TO F I N A N C E PART O F ^ E
KlJ or. Tuesoay JUf »5 i£r9?
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0:0 ne-eL\ authored to bo issued pursuant to the Local,
sourco. m aid of tho Purpose, shall Do appl»6d to the
• COSTTNEREOF.
^ ^ CC63 1 . 7 397, 3ona uiw negotiable gehoral improvremont ponds in tno payment of tho cost of \no Purposo, or. ft bonds or bond
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Ete IT ORDAINED B Y . T M E B Q R O J G H CCaNC : : OF I 9 09
P'-ropa, amount ol $76,000 In anticipation ol thp Issu'anticipation noto3 havo boon issued, to paymont of the
• • THE BOROUGH OF K E N I L W O = I T H I N T H E COUNTY OF
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS
.vice 0' tr« Bonos, thoro. aro horeby outnonzod .to be'
• '6c,nas or bond antopation notes, and tho amount of
'i UNION. NEW JERSEY THAT
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
ssu-ad pursuant 10 ond within tno Imitations proscribed by
bonos authoniod for the Purposo shall bo roducod acCHANCERY DIVISION
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SECTION t. Ynere is nereCy ajtno'ijed. pursuant to
;ne Local Bona Law.nogo'jabie bonrj anticipation notes m • c c d i o g V •• .
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1.1 tha,applicabie statutes 61 tne State o'New Je/sey tne
UNION COUNTY.
••>« principal amount ol S76.000 '
Section 8 .Tho Borough intends to finance the cost ct
DOCKET NO. F-8362-97
1 replacement ol trie rool 0' l i e ouDtc works Cu'iang ,n.
Section 3. ia) Tho improvements hereby auinonioc
tho Purposo with an issuo of tax-onompt bonds or bond
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
i- by,and lor the Borougri o' KeniiAortn ^ttie 'Borougri')'
ana tne Purpose • lor: w-tiich tho gonoral improvement
antopaton notes in an amount not to exceed S76.000.
1. Cddntyol Urnon, Slate 0' New Jersey, together w i n ot'ier
,
. ' TO
ponqs.o'. notes are Id- bo issued is the constnjctKjn ol • Costs cl tno Purposo that aro property payable poor to.
,1-^OMAS HACKNEY MJD.AUCE HACKNEY
, pufPQSDS necessa7. appunenant o' mcoeniai ihere',0
Gab-on wails lor slopo protection as pari ol tno Garwood
iho issuance ol tho-togndvof "Qtos are. roasonabty ox*
or IQe/ool.
poctod to bo paid Initially from royonues. Reyongos aro .
HEREBY SUMMONEQ.ond
SUMMONED.and roduirpdlo
roauirpd lo sorvo
sorvo' 9'r'ook iniprbvertionf project, including oircavation as nood.SECTION2. it >s nereby aeiem-medanqoeciared D v VVOU
OU AARE
R E HEREBY
ed. consiruppn ol Gabon wans, construction ol sirjownn<t
uvtjilabio (or this .purposo onty on o tomponwy and shortthis Borough Councd 8S lonows-.
' -pen ESCHEN, FRENKEL & BERGER. ESOS..-Anomoys'
term basis pursuant to tho budgot of tho 0orpug^ and
lenchg ana ,'curomg and rocoristruc((ion ol ino sanrtary
•
A. Tno ost.matea max.mjm amount 0' monei lo ae ' c ' ' " " R l a i n l f ' w f P s e oddross ia622 Eaglo Rock Avonud.
sewer system including Iho acquisition 0* nil matonais. • trwa o'o no othor funds availabletorthis purpose on a
Ve51 O r a r l l )
•'• raised Irpm aUsojrces lor t i e purposes states ,n Se^ion •
0 ' N o * Jersoy 07052. on Antworw |ho Comlong-toro basis.- The 'Borough mtonds td.reimburso flsetf
ana tne pclpTmance ol all wpri* necerisa^ lor orinoaon•liSSWOOQ
'
ownt land Amendmonis lo CorflDtaint, H thoro bo nny).
fcJr-such costs from tno procoods ofrtsbonds or notes.
!a> 10 tnt foregoing improvements.
1
" B.'Tne estimated rrainrTum amount ol bones or-notes ' " o a " * C r ' ' A a ' o n " v ^ c n .NORWEST MORTGAGE.'
No cost of this bond ordinance to bo.roimbursod with tho
;Di .Tne estimated maximum amount ol bonds or notes
-':• lo be rsiuea lo'-me ourposes stated n Seoi-on ( ,5- ^ C . * CAUFORN1A.CORPORATION Is. Plaint* and VIC V
Dfocooda'-of-tjondi pr-'notos is • Coat of wa-kiog cflpaal;..
• sm'600
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'
'
• • . . . ' . b 70R PENA ET AUS: nro dolondnnls, rending in fio to be" issued'lor mo Purposo is S76 00O'asiSiffi<f:'»
This-public-notjeo
is a ooOaration-of officiaJ intent pursjant
c
Section 8 ne'eol.. • • • • • '
•
•
• •
i • C. An.oppropnai.on was or « coma W i n a budflet or iM'^~-'
p j n ol New Jorsoy, wnhin 35 days ol Juty 17.
1
id. Treasury.' Regulations' SocOoa 1.150-2 o( the. Unitod-'.
' (Ct T^o ostimotod cost ol Uib Purposo is oqual .10 .tho
.buBgblsoltlieBoroutfnneremlorftooopieainthosurn 1 W 7 «'-'"i"voo | .9«'Ci)-ai)jo. H.you rallloOoso;]uagmBnt
Statos Treasury.
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•
'••ol S?.<toO Iqr trio-ourposes stolen .n Seciion I mere t ° v a e l a " " "** - 6 o ' H ™ " " ^ .»OBinst-.you lor tho rolol. amoun;.,ol 'Jio^npp.ropnalion ol S80.000 herein maoo •
•'• S6copn.9. Tho fuB.forth1 o M crodit-QMto Bofougn oro
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r. r\ow available >n said .apDrooriaMart sa-d sum o' S3 200 • : 1 < ! r r i l n l 3« 1 " ^e Comiilart (ond Amoridniontt 10, Com-. tnorolor
'beroy plodgod to tho-punctuaJ paympnt^f tho prinopofof '
:' .wriicn'Bum'.ij.no.boy.oooroD-.awa as-a qo«n.oayrr'eni D^,:
*..m-0^ M . " " V ) You -shall-to yOttr nnswor and. • Section'4'All pond, aaticipaton nolosisauod horeu.ndor .
•• .
o .D ',??.T?
i d u p0 -"!
c aoi J fo1 l lco
^ i 0J»ffi!!'^I'W.Oorkol
i
oO o
pp san
sHall'malur; at such tmos' as (nay bo determinodby'tho • and tho' inforostlon-tho obllQfl(»ona outhortzod bv U119 ;
1 ,!ormepurpose5s"to'«inSec;:on(. • • . . '
•' P
K?°i'
Iho Suponor
~-'-"Finar(Cial O
Cfcai.or.itjo
Bprough,-providod
Jhaino
n o . . bond wdirinnco. Thp qbllgiitjons shall .bo-direct, w l i m h o d
aQsdiaa6wrj Gou*..-C<03hes-Justra Corppliw. Tflinton, Now u^oy- ...qrvblFanoal
f t e a o i j o Bpough,
orodod Ja
C
eotor n e p j r . "^^.V'' arxprpance wiihjho rules blOI-tfractico. and .rtote snail mrjt.uro lator.tlian-ohrj.yoarircni « datrj. Each; .'(Sbigations.of thp. Borough, and tnfi'Borocjgn shall &o ,
py
oiS2.200.-^5n^'elJy a
,.oWigote(J to lovy'.ad vatorom twos upon all iho taxable • •
; •' ' f .
O'olijcj-o 1 /' •• ' . .._ , -., • • • ; . . • •1 • r\olo.
rvjto.shll
shall boar'
boa' intorosfaCsucrt'rolri
t o o f afscrt' roto 6>
0/ratds>jhd
ratos/phd Wf.m'
Mf
• pbs& staled in Section 1
, teal p/apo/ty within thb Boroo'gh-:fpr.!thd paymonf-ol tho
T n s j q i c n has poon' insatiitod lor the purpcao 0M0/0st^ch form as may bo dotormin'^d by tw> ChiofTinahcai
ltho
' ' RKtVrO
obHgation5'.Q0(J tho irflor6Ett.thoro6r1 wrtnout flmrtation. Qf'"'
officer. Thr>'Chiol Financtat-OWcoV ahiifl ddtorrriino all mat5 ^ ^ W
y
rato or artwurrt "
' • " . ' . • • • ' •
'.'• •
ter m connection wWi notes issued pursuant to this bond
Soction 10. This bond ordinance shall tako offoct twenty
orOinanco, ind- tfio Chiof Financial Officofs slgnqigro
(20) days after tho first publication thproof after'final adopupon Uio nolos shall bo conclusivp ovidonco as to all
tion, as provided by the Local Bond Law.
suchdbtorminoions. All nolos issued horoundor rnay bo
INTRODUCED; Juno 24. 1997
,
'enev/ec from timo lo time subject to tho provisions of
ADOPTED. ' •
APPROVED:N J S A 40A:2-B (0). Tho Oiiof Firysncml Offtcortthorofty
Mcnad R. Cnncoli,. Mayor
authorized to so" pan. or oil of iho notes from tmo to time
ATTEST;
al pubhc'or prwale sale ond to deliver tnom to tno. pur.DORIS POUDORE. Municipal Clerk
chasers tneroof upon receipt of payment cl tho purchase
Recorded Vole
ln!rodxt>on
Adoption.
Dia-n( filed ne-ein, and id recover possession ol said lands
pnee plus accrued mtorest from tneir dalos lo tho dnio of
.SEC 1 ION 5 Penong me issuance ol me Donds auino- .v-a pren^ses
Council Pres>aont.r/rtcheli
Ayo
delivery tnoreol, Tne Chiof Finanaal Offcor is difectod 10
r.zed'ih Seel.on •* Hereof. Dona antic pal'on nptes.0' ihe
1
Councilman
Carlm
Ayo
VOU. THOMAS HACKNEY AND ALJCE HACKNEY^ are
•oport m writing to tho Governing Body at tho mooting
B o r o j g n may De issued Q-J'Sua.m to sa.c Local Bona Law
Councilman DaVonuto
Aye
made defendants in this action bocouso you hold a lion
nofl succeeding the date when any salo or delrvory of iho.
m an aggregate pnnciDa1 aniojr)i nut oxceeaing Fonf
Councilman Lombardo
. Aye
oniored on October 6. 1983 In tho Superior Court pf New noies pursuant 10- this ordinance is made. Such rooort
Councilman McCarthy
,Qr>e Xnousand E.Qhi H u o c e c Dollars [S4i,B00> Hacn Jersey Case Number L-16B29-83, in tho original amount,
AyO
-nusi inciudo the amount, ino description, tho intorost rgto
Counolman Schadewaid
; iSuchDona anl.c.pa:-on note shall Dedes>grtated 'Bond of $9,500.00. tnai may atfbct tho mortgagbdpromisos and
Aye
anc the maturity schedule of iho notes sold, tho price
p i ^ v , - A n i < : i p a i i o ^ No'e.' Ai. Qona aniiCtpai^on noies issued
STATEMENT
obtai/iod and the nomo ol tno purchasor. - ^
•'"'.^^eceyncef shall Tiaiufe ai Such l.mes as may be aeiefTho
Bono'Ordinance
publishod
horewtn has boon f>wo or miorosi you rpay havo in, to or agoinst said mortjf-VfTimed by the ch-e' fmafiC'ai otircer Ol n e Borougtv proSecon 5. Tho capital budgot of Iho Boroujh is horeoy
naliy aooptea 6n Juty 15, 1997, and the twenty (20) day
j lhat no note shall mature iaier "ian one year irom
a/r.endoc
to
conform
wrth
tno
p'ovisons
of'Ms
ordinance
ponod
of
limrtation
within
which
a
suit,
action or proceedif you are unado to obtain cm attomoy, you may com:e. AN such oond antopat'on no!es may De execjtea
to tha e^eni ol arty inconsistency horowailvTho rosolunon
ing questioning tho validity of Such Bond'Ordinance can
mun.cale wnh tho Now Jorsoy Stnto Bar Asscoaton at
\ b y tne manual 0 ' lacsimne
j
lorm
pfomulgaied.J^y.lD^Uxal^tnaricfl.
Board
--±w-ayn.TTenced,.as-ptQvided.inifiQ
Local
Bo'nd.Law. nas
•908)
249-5000
or
mo
Lawyer
Referral
Service
of-Union
ie* tinaicia 1 u'^cet 'j< such
srcwing full detail of tho amonded. caprtal budgot nnd
bogun to run from iho dato o' tho first publication o( this
County 1908) 353-4715. and if you cannot afford an atas may ncea'ier be aesigcapital program aa approvod by iho Director of the D M statemont
to'ney you may communicarto vvrth tho Legal Services
5 provided Dy i3w and
sfon of Local Government Services is on file with tho
S87.72
. CC56 IT 7-11-97
Office .n Union County at (90S) 354-4340i
•. shall oe unae' the sea! of me Borougn ano attested Dy Date jLty 17, 1997
Borough C'orV and is ovailablothorotarpubic inspOcOOn.
• ••
he
i^S"' ^
Borough C'e^ T-ie notes sna^: oea' •nte'tst a: sucn
DONALD F-.PHELAN. •Clerk
BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
rale
rales a n d s n a i l L )
lfl
'l^if*'''
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&
s u c n t j r m a s ^ay be aeler- '
Supenc Court of New Jersev
NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY FOR NONPAYMENT OF TAXES,
^^'.'."•••mineaDy tnecnieiiinaacia o'^ger TnechteMinanc.a.o)CC52 IT. 7.17-97
ASSESSMENTS AND/OR MUNICIPAL UENS
3p]/.'VJj«''(icof -shall determine ai'maltets in conneclqn witn holes
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT I, Patncta Scherer. Collector of Taxes of tno Borough ol Garwood. .-n ;ne
5-;1.';.,. issued pj/suant to ih.'s o'd fiance. a r wthe cn,ef f.nanciai.
County al Jmon and •State of Now Jorsoy, will on tho 29th day ol July 1997 at the Municipal Budding, 403 Sou*.h Avenue
BOROUGH
O
f
KENJiWORTH
.
$}\\ i*r' oHicer's s t a t u r e upon tf»e noie^ sna-ioe condus-veev3aryvooa. N J at the hour pf 10:00 a m . or at auchiime and place to wtucn said sale may then be adjourned, sell the
PUBLIC NOTICE
:-5; \r-;:,t aence as to ail such detemi naiions A:i noies -ssuec here'
'
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given thai an Ordinance o' following oosaibod lanas situatoa m tho Borough of Garwood.
under may be renewed 1'om i.rne to t^ne suDject to the
S3 d lanas win De sold for tho amount ol-tho munopai liens chargeable against each parcel van interest and costs 10
1 provisions ol \ J S.A. 4QA 2.-6-lThe chief financial otdcef wnicn me toliowtng is a ccpy ^/as.mtroauced. reaa and
. is hereby autho: zed la se" Dan o- a 10' '.he notes from passea en firs: reaa>ng Dy trie Mayor and Council of me the dato of sale, but exclus^o of. tho lien lor the tax yoar 1997! This salo is mado under and by virtue of iho "Tajt Sale
, (tine lo ume at pubi-c 0' p''vaie sate and 10 deliver such Borougn ol KeVvworin-ai a meeting on ihe 9m day of Law of me State of Now Jersey and supplements nnd amendments thereio (NJRS 54:5-19 ot soq.)
Tako further notice that tho-sale shall bo made to such person or persons as wtl purchase said proposes, subioct to
, notes'to the Durc'iasfsme'eo' upo't receipt ol pay mem Ju'y, 1997 and inatsa1q.C0L.ncii w'llifurlher consider the
uf'trie ojfehase p f ice p:us a c c u e d nteresl. if any, from said Ordinance, lor Imai passage on the 27tr. day ol Au- 'edemption at the towost rate 'of interest, but m no caso in oxcoss 0 M 8 per cent per annum. Paymont tor the sale shall
jneit gates 10 \UQ aate ol oeiivery thereol ' h e crvel finan- gust 1997 at Ihe Kenitwonn Municipal Bunding, 567 DO mado Dotore the conclusion ol tho salo by cash, certified chock or money order or t i e property shall bo resold.
cial oflice r is d'feciea to r epo^i .n writing 10 the Borough Boulevard. Keniiworth. New Jersey, at BOO P M al which ' Properties fpr wheh thero shall be no other purchasers will be strucx oH and s o u to tho Borough of Garwood at an
Council at ne'meei.ng nert succeeo-ng the date when time and place any persons wro may be irneresi&d inerein interest-iato ol 18%.
At" any time bolore tho salet the collector will rocorvo payment of tho amount auo on any property with interest and
any sale or deuvery 0' notes pursuant 10 this cird'nahce is will be given an opportunity tob© heqrd concerning such
costs incurred up to the Dmo of sale by cash, certified chock or money order.
made. Suah repon must include ihe amouni.lhe descrip- Ordinance
tion the interest rate and the maturity schedule ol the notes
'ndustnat Properties may be subject to the Spill Componsion ana Control Act (N J S-A. SB'10*23. 11 et seq) tne Water
HEDY UPKE
sold." the price ooiained and the name 61 the purchaser
BOROUGH CLERK Pollution Control Act (N.J.S.A. 5a:10A-1 ot seq). and tho Industrial Srto Recovory A c l ( N J S A. 13;1 K-6 et seq).
•'Or purchasers thereof.
BLOCK
LOT
NAME
"
•
LOCATION
AMOUNT
BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH
SECTION 6. i! is hereoy 'unher determined and ae102
10 Hidi. Mary C-Esl ol
434 Fourth Avo.
57,330 33
PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 97-15
205
1
6
Crater,
Mchaoi
&
Laureen
208
Second
Ave.
M.152.76
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 150 OF THE
• cfared'by this Borough Council as follows3W
5
Tempto. James & Patnoa
683 Willow Ave.
Si.~716.26'
BOROUGH CODE
• -A. The improvements or purposes described tn SecSNC
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.
CC14
4
Tc
7-3.10.17,24-97
BE IT ORDAINED by Ihe Governing. Body of ma Borlion 1 a r e not current expenses they are improvements
er.
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genera: .mprovements. ana no par! of'the cost tnereol
nas been or shall be speaa'iy assessed on property speciady oenedteo ihereoy.
' •
B T he average pe* od oi use'u^ness of t.'ie pjrposes
cescftbed <n Seclio'i I 'or w ' v c i '.uv bonds a^e he'eoy
a u t h o r e d to De 'ssjec. v . t ' i n tne Mr is presc-'iDec Dy
ti\e Lqcal Bond Law. .5 at least 15 years
C' All bonos or notes ssued Djrsuaii 10 tn.s ord.nance
sh'aif Dear interest al a rate not 10 exceed irie naximum
rate perm.ltea Dy :aw.
D. The supplemental deDl state-neni reQu^eo by said
'Ldfcal Bond Law nas been duly mace ana* liied in ihe of•^tce ofthe Borough C..e*n, pnor to the passage 0' th;s or*BiMBnce ontifst rearjing. and a comp.eie executed cupiicate thereof has been foea n me orfce ot ihe Director of
ihe dviS'On 0' Local Goverhment Services >n ihe Department qt C j ^ m j n i l y AMairs 0' the Slate ol new Jersey
pr or :o the .passage o* f i s otatnance on !ma! read'ng,
- a/td such statement SMJWS n a i tne g'oss debt ot said
Bo/augn. as eel nea n N.JS.A. 40A 2-43, is increased
Oy ihrs ordnance Dy S41.800 ano mat me issuance of ihe
, obligations ajinowea by this oranance win D6 within an
qebt limitations contained .n tne Local Bond Law.
- . . . £ . The aggregate amojnt of tne proceeds of the obii, gallons autnor.zea by vus ordinance lo be expended for
•nte'ost on tne oo>igations auihorzea herein, engineering and inspection costs, legal expenses, and (he costs-.
0) issuance ol me obi-gations auihorded by ihis ordinance,
including printing, aavenisement ol ofd>nances anc notices ol salo arid'iega: expenses, ana olner expenses as
" provided m N j S A 40A 2-20 cues not exceed 54.000. "
SECTiOK 7 Tne capital budget 0' me Borough »s
nereby amenaec to contcm wi^h tne provisions at this
o.'rjinance t o m e extent 0* any incons-stency nerewiin.
anc me resoijtions prurruigateci oy the Local Finance
Board show.n^ 'ui1 d6tai of r m ameidec! capital budget
ana capital program as a p p ' j v e d oy ihe D'iector 0 ' ine
DiviSionof Local Government Serv.c0jjjue.Gn lit© with the
' • Borough C'e't* anu are avarable for public inspection
ScCT.ON 8 in tne even: tna: any o:her moneys are
>awiuiiy feceiveu u$tv any SJU'ce 'or ihe purposes pro..vtdeu in th«s orama'ice, sucn "icneys snail be used lor
pie purposes aultiof ;ea he'e-n ana to 'educe tne amojni
o' uonOS or noies a j i n o ' ^ e o to be .ssjeel Dy !h6 ordinance by the aiV'Oun: so 'eceiveo. or i'sucn ot'ier rT>on'
eys are 'ecv:vec a'te'Vic -ssuance -jt the bonas or notes
auihonzea Dy m;s oraftance, sucn -IOMGVS snail be useo
sjieiy 'or trie piiyoen! u' V\e ct?D' &=-",• Oeun s<t 0 OOu'Js
c notes as me sa"ie Decume d j t ano payau'e
Borough 0' Kenilwor
SECTION 150-iO-COMP'LlANCE
REQUIRED
REMEDIATION BY BOROUGH QPW REIMBURSEMENT
OF COSTS.
A The first paragraph o* ih & subcnapier snail De aes>gnatec *A*
B ADD THE FOLLOWING NEW SUBPART. II after notice-of violation has been sent pursuant to Sudcnapier
150-13 herein ana the (•me period vHrun wh.cn to respond
nas expired, the viQ'aron has not been corrected'me
Zoning Enforcemen; OJ*'Cer may d.rect me Superintendent 01 the DPW to remediate or cure ine condilion, me
cost ol whicn shan De assessed 10 and Decome a lien
against Iho real property aHecieo and me tax collector :s
hereDy authorized and ai'ectod to aaa such assessment
to me properly \ax account o' the aHecied propeay
CH7W183
SHERIFFS SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF
NEW JERSEV
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
Dockel No. F43O6-96
COMMERCIAL CAPITAL COMPANY IMC NKA TMS
MORTGAGE INC
vs.
ONOFRO LATORRE AND GIOVANNA LA10RHE ET
ALS
Defendant,
Civil Action
vV.-.t ol Elocution Dale: May 9.1997
Sale
Dale.
Wednesday
Tno
16tti Day ol Ju'y A.D. 1997
SECTION i 5 0 - ' 6 - H A B l T U A L OFFENDERS. ENTHE SHERIFF S SALES M i l BE HELD ON THE 4TH
HANCED PENALTIES
FLOOR
OF
THE
BANK
BUILDING.
24 RAHWAY AVA. For the purpose.of imssubsection a hab.luai offender shatl be defmec ae any person lound lo have vio- ENUE. EUZABETH. SALES W i l l START AT 2:00 PM
laled Ihe provisions ol mis Chapier two (2) or more limes ALL SUCESSFUL BIDDERS MUST HAVE 20% OF THEIR
BID AVAILABLE IN CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK AT
w.thm any twelve 112) calendar mo/iinperiod
B. Any person lound to De a habitual offender of this THE CONCLUSION OF THE SALES.
Chapter shall, m aod^'jon to me penalties provided 'or in
' SCHEDULE A'
Subsecion 150-15 upon conviction be lined the sun-, of
,A_ U JHAT CERTAIN laid ana premises snate, ryng
$1.000 00
a-ic
Ming
,n
tne
Borougn
ot Ken.wrann. County o! Uncn
MICHAEL TRIPODT. MAYOR
anf the State o' New Jersey Tho togol dosenpnon being
mrj'9 panicglarty Doundoa ano described m accordance
HEDY UPKE BOROUGH CLERK
C C 6 0 l x 7 1797 wnh a survey made by Paul J. Rindaldi, dated Juno 14,
$27 03
1973, aslotows
BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH
BEGINNING a: a point m tho Easierty srdo tno ol Nortn
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given mat an Ordinance, ol 16th Slroel OiSlanl 25 loot Ihoroin Northerly troni the
which ihe following s a copy, was introduced read and .n-e'seci«n cl ine said side line ol sa>a Easterly s-do line
passed on lirst reading by the Mayor and Council ot me ii Non^ tain Street vMn tne Nonherry side ime o' Wonroo
Borough ol Keniiworth at a meeting on tne 9th day ol A-i-n.je <r>d hen thence runnng
1
July. 1997. and lhat said Council ww lunner consider me.
1 Nor-;' 32 degrees. 22 mn-jies Eas: I W lee! to j n
saia Ordinance lor final passage on tne 27ih day ol Au- 'zr pipe- mence running
gust. 1997 at me Kennworii Mo".opal Bu.id.ng S67
,_,
. degrees
_w!p
' Noin 7
38 minutes West 50 loot to an iron
Boulevard Ken.iwpnr New Jersey al 8 00 P M aiwn.cn pipe, mence running
time and piace any persons wno may Deinteresieatnerem
-3; Souin 82 degrees 22 minutes west 100 leet to a
l b e given an oppcauniiy to ce heard concerning sucn x,n in the sa-d Easterly skjeimo ol North I8tn Strwi.
Ordinance
,-in.ng
HEDY UPKE
'4; aiong tne sa.d Easierty &de hne ol North iQth Street
BOROUGH CLERK
South 7 degrees 38 minutes East 50 feet to the point and
BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH
place of BEGINNING.
PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 97-14
BEING also Known as Lots 22 and 23 in Block 40 as
ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE BOR- shown on a mnp entitled "Section 2 of tho Map of Now
OUGH CODE
J'aig-:- J'non Couny N J ' filod in tne Union C0'..rr,
BE IT ORDAINED Dy.ine Governing Body ol me Bor- Horsier b Olfico. SoplomDor 20. 1890 as Map No 215 B
ough ol Ker-.lworth tnai Cnapter; Q ol Ihe Boroujn Code
BEING COMMONLY known as 203 ttortn I8m Si'ont.
1
' 'tereby piey^cj tor f i e payment cl ine y m c p a l u» ano is hereby ameno&J tc aoa a new A/i'de ill
•merest an a'u bonds aria notes .S'SJCU pursjani 10 tn.5 ARTICLE HI
Judgment Amount
yrrjlrtance. anc) as u'tg as s j c r i LXJ.'HIS or noies a f e outMUNICIPAL SERVICE CHARGE
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DNu H J.N D R E D SIXT?
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•sranuing ihe-e bha.i 'SG levieo .:\ eacfi year ad valorem
SECTION ' 0 1 8 SERVICE CHARGE FOR NSF MUNDHtD'HiHTY ONE & 71/100
lijxes on a l i a b l e prjyerty wii'i n sad Borough witnyji
CHECKS. COLLECTION
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(S 162.331.71)
• ii'titfaiion as to rate u' a-'ruuni suf c ent to pay pr>ncipa'
A Any person wno tenders a check or other written Attorney
utanc meres: on sjen bonds and 'totes maturing i-i sa>0
instrument to-the municipality, or any department or ad- LOW O^ces ol harvoy I Marcus. P C
mmisirat.ve Doarrj or subdivision thereof lor me paymeni ParK 80 West Ptaza Two
to ' i n u"Jia-iCB shai laKe e"ect twenty
ol an account or service whicn is returned lor insulliceni Saddle Broon. NJ 07663-5612
iie' '• nai aaopi on.
days alter tt, t '.rsi
lunds shall be assessed a servico charge ol S20 00 lor SHERIFF,..Rolph G, Froehllcli
each sucn cnecK or insirumeni returned
Full legal doscnption is Mod al iho Unon Counry Sneritt s
i prov.aea by
CC57 lx 7 17 97
B Whenever me accouni tor wn.ch a check is returned Office
Mir 891.80
is
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a
lax
or
specal
assessment,
ihe
serv.ee
charge
ONE-hUNOREO SIXTv Six THOUSAND K.'E HjrjDHiiL;
"-*•*
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD
snai' be mended on whichever list ol delinquent accounts c i G H I ^ NINE A O V I O O
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ORDINANCE NO. 97-16
prepared••'or enlorcemenl
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TC'A- J U Q G M L N T AMOUH'
- A N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF CER{S 166.589 01)
C Any service cnarge ajinor.jea by mis Art.cie sr.an
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" TAINREAL PROPERTY KNOWN AND DESIGNATED
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De conecieo •'• me sama manner prescrDea by law to'
' - AS A PORTION OF MEEKER AVENUE RIGHT-OF-WAV
tr-.e collection o' tne accouni Isr .vr.cr me cnecu of other
•»OW-THE TAX MAP OF THE TOWNSHIPOF CRANFORD
wr.lien nslrumerl * a s lenaeibd
NOTICE
•VHEREAS ine ^owr^s^it; o ' C r a ' l o ' c s ine ovvne' o' £
D Once a check or ctno' v.rittt-r ,nsiri,meri .s 'ei^rnec
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD
neiam oa/cm o' 'eai proDo f 'v i r : n &T cwisn c o' - 'anro'c
'or I'lsjfiCient lunrjs me apprcpr.attr mjnicipai depanTOWNSHIP COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING
lescnbeo as IOHCAS
ment nead or otl.cer rr.ay aemana that luture payments
JULY 22, 1997
. ...BEGINNING at a pc r1 ;:••» x^VMito;
sijai.ro y
Qn s u " 1 »:;ouni be tenaererj m cash or by casn.er s or
7:30 P.M.
' /enue there.r c.stai'.: 36 r r 'ee: fcojtneasrerv
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K,'b l( <in: :o r e rL-au'e^-er-ls - ' N _ S A ' 0 4-6 .,'•'<:•'
This ordnance ^ i tak i etleci immyoiateiy upon aaoprtlbe
'luwr as l > d r - ! « ' 231 P L L I C L-J.S c f " l J ? ^ O ( ^ o
Meeker Avtrnuu A>in n o scu.irieas 1 ^ v ^ aa* r& <n Myniw
lion ftl:er secora •i"a pub.caion accofdngio p ^ , Meet r,js Ac! '' V-'t- i "C.'^t,. : ,(.- n ..' -i S[ i*ctt
Street tnence. jr-n ( ng
CioseJ Soss-c: Moe' r q :•' me £\v. < : T.-..v'.ir.|* C./-i.
Souin 2baegrutjs 26 ^..r-!H» U s a . - v j \r>b i o u r •
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westerly sidenne o'Mee**er A , t j f . u , a - i s ^ n c & c ! 334 4"1
ATIFS r
m c p a l B j l : l r - - 6 S p ' n j 1 B i: A.w „,.- u div..,ss " u 'Q.'oei to a DOini -.nonce runn r g
,ow m
HEDVLiPi\t B O R O U G M C L E R *
2 Norm 73 Degrees i-i " r ! ' n 'j't i s 56 so^or.as Eas" a a s ^27
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tonceol 12 68 feel to a po>m in :ne conwrune o' me atoro1N1EMV1E.VS C f A H C - . i T C H l H A t DES'TiN F-HMS
mentioned Mee*er Avenue ngnt-c'-way tnence funning
FOR PFI0PUSEL1 COMMLi'i'lY CLNTf R
N D lom-.a j c z i •
3 AJongthecenieriineo'ine MewKer Avenue Nght-ol-way
J
U-STORE-rT
MOSAt.t tLlENBRECHT
- North 26 dogrees 28 r^iiuiBS Wosl aastance ot 336 6i
NOTICE
••••(Ml W a pomi thence runnmo
NIC^AI CLERK
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V!>u.i''! ic SIJIO Udv a sak) AIII DO IIUKI a! u-S'O'e-u
4 Soulh63rj0groes32m.nj!es Wesi a d>biance ol I 2 50
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00' Soulh A,o. C'antord. NJ, on 07«13CX'97 al 9 00 AW
*r\ tact (0 tne poinl and place Q' btjg.nmng
-. , £ o n i a i m n f l +/-4.195 square 'eel (0 096 acres)
BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
The toiiowmg goods w'l Do sold
This description is subject lo cnange as a more accuNOTICE OF ADOPTION
ralo survey may a>sciose
ORDINANCE NO 97-10
WHEREAS. in'S parcel s less man ine minimum sue Srwco NJUDOI 409 • Noihlancj Photo - 399 Poart St..
V , ORDINANCE ' 0 AMEND SECTION 21 -5 OF CHAP.
required lor aevelQP m e n l u n j ^ f ihe mur.cipai iana do- AOOdDrcgO. NJ 07095
velapment ortJinance anrj .s A-tf.oui a*v cap-tai mprove^ • Macrmory • l Sent »0174371 1 Machine Pans • 1 Fair TtR ' 1 I'KAFFIC AND PARKING! OF IHE REVISED
ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD.
menis^and
i Ome' W.sc noms
1974 TO REGULATE ANO PROHIBIT DURING CERTAIN
WH6REAS, Ei.i.' S A JOA 12-' 3|DH5I p f ' ^ i s a mur..ctpaiity to adopt an ofQinance a o t n o ' / <*g a sa'eotany feai Sp.ice NumDer 2447 • Manonoy & Manoney • 209 Cen- HOURS THE PARKING OF TRAILERS ON PUBLIC
STREETS OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD
properly noi neeaed lor puDnc JSQ Dy pr vale fca.e to ino Iral Avo 2nd Fl. . Wosttold. NJ 07090
STATEMENT
ownar ot tho roal properly com.guOus ta l^e real properly 38 Bones • 1 Soal #0174384 • 12 Cannot. Fiki • I Fair •
"AKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE ORDINANCE WAS
be.ng sold,, providod mat me property oemg so'd >& 'ess I Ofher M:SC Herns
MASSED ON THE FINAL READING AFTER PUBLIC
-, 4han the minimum size fequ'»&d 'or deve'apmerl undor
Cipal zoning ordinance and s ^«tnoji any cap'- Spocu NUMIDOI 2301 - Thomas Boatman • 43ctj7 HEARING AT A MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BODY
OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD ON JULY 15, 1997.
improvement thereon ana iurm«r proviaen \nw any Brendur Coi.ri Hernot. Ca 92544
sucn sale snail be to' noi :ess inyn me la.r rr ( vkei vd'ufl 6 BOAOS I Seal »9930U • I Cao.nul. FJu • 3 Cmlus • I AI'lESI
•Doits Poldort)
Tn,mool • 1 Othor Misc Items
ol said real property and
Munopal Clork
VVHEREAS, the Townsnip Comrr. :•<<$ nas delw'm.noa
fl
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Space Nuntjer 21 Hi • Vjiono McCaii • 2W .Leigh H,gn 59 I
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propeny
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ana
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mat it IB m tho besi mierest 01 Te To.vsr,p ol Cranlord lc Avo Newark NJ 07112
ot
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BOROUGH
OF
QARWOOD
sell said property by private sae u- '.• ^
lm
eMy contiguous tho'eio
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n e p'ce
p»-c« nn
« " nufitjr sol 'onh MibC fioms • I PiCluros • 1 Seal #0174349
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
whicn prtpo is not less man tru* fair I^A1 et vdiuti cl sa.a
ORDINANCE NO. 9709
5poce Numoor 2046 • Docoran Ricca • ioa Hawmom
AN OHDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 16 (MISCEL-^rft?vv!'THEREFORE
BE IT ORDAINED by me Town- St Apt 2 Roaolk) Park. NJ 07204
.ANEOUS OFFENSES! OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES
30 Bonob • 1 PiCluros • 1 Lump. Floor - 1 Othor Misc Of THL BOROUGH OF GARWOOD. 1974, ' 0 ENACT A
* * - * h i t f C o m m i f l w Ol the Townsn-p o' Cfantora as follows
JUVENILE CURFEW.
•"f ^SECTION i The property aesenbeo Deio* snail De sola Horns- I Soal #174386. 1 Fair
STATEMENT
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE ORDINANCE WAS
i'ASSED ON THE FINAL READING AFTER PUBLIC
ronnpoiow,
1 9 Bans.-84 BOMS • 1 Ouwi l|tisc Boms • 1 Coining • 1
HEARING AT A MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BODY
5^45Q0 oo
Drcssor • I Mirrors • 1 Short - I Fair • 1 Soal # 174374
OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD ON JULY 15.1997
ATTEST
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NumDo, 4156 • Mchaol H. Koto. Anomov „, i «
CH753180
SHERIFFS SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF
NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION
UNION COUNTY
Docket No. F9179-91
AVCO • ••r.'ANClAL SERVICES INEW JERSEY).
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MARJOI = :•: M KIlDAY. ET ALS.
D c a j
C M I Acton
Am of E-ecuion Date: May 14,1997
Sale Date Wednosday The 161h Day o( July A.D. 1997
THE SHERIFFS SALES WILL BE HELD ON THE 4TVI
- . 0 0 " OF THE BANK BUILDING, 24 RAHWAY AV£V./£ dL.ZABETH, SALES WIU START AT 200 PM
ALL SUCESSFUL BIDDERS MUST HAVE 20% OF THEIR
S'D A : A . ' J , B L E -<i CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK AT
TV<S CONCLUSION CF ThE SALES.
S^ORT FORM DESCR'PTION
The property :c oe sold is located in tne BOROUGH ol
GARWOOD. County ol Un-on, Stale ol New Jersey.
Co'^moiry Kncwn as: 115 Anchor Place. Garwood, New
Jersey
To. LOINC 9 m Block No, 31
D.mensons ol tne Lot are (Approximately) 105" X 40
'Joarosi C'oss Street' Second Avenue
JuJqrront Amount'
.'.:..•:• -OOR "iO_'SANO SEVEN-HUNDRED S.XTV
• :l :. 5- " X
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IS 44 765 54|
-'Vre,
OC'Imger & Oal'OWSky
Suie I'jJ
3 3 E sennower Parkway
_..-.gs:;i' N j 07039
SHERIFF Ralph G. Froohlich
-'^li K-c,:J :;e&c'piK3n is fled al me Union County Sheriffs
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OHTv -3 X inOUSAND SEVENTY THREE a 02/100
TOTAL JUDGMENT AMOUNT
IS 46.073 02;
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PO Box 699
I? Veterans
Memorial Drive E.,
Somerville, NJ
08876
BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDINANCE-NO. 93-13
AU ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE' NO 'J6 20
PROVIDING I-'OR COMPENSATION C OH BOROuG-i
EMPLOYEES OF THE B O R O U G H OF KENinVORTn
STATEMENT
TaKe notice inal tr.e abo.e O'u nancu was passe.t on
me I.nai reaci ng atter p u t . c i-ea'.ng ai a r* j ^ jr " e e : ng
r
J :ho Go-e-M "c; Body cl "-a B^rj^gr. cl Kei' / . : ' ! " . - r '
: ' e 9m Day ol July 1 y y V
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